# The hypothesis that stock markets such as the nyse

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Chapter 5 / Exercise 84
Applied Calculus
Berresford/Rockett
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7. The hypothesis that stock markets, such as the NYSE, are efficient is called the: a. market equalization hypothesis.b. Fisher effect.C. efficient markets hypothesis.d. capital market hypothesis.e. financial markets hypothesis.
BLOOMS TAXONOMY QUESTION TYPE: KNOWLEDGELEARNING OBJECTIVE NUMBER: 4LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: BASICSECTION: 10.6TOPIC: EFFICIENT MARKETS HYPOTHESISTYPE: DEFINITIONS8. The dividend yield is computed as:
LEARNING OBJECTIVE NUMBER: 1LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: BASICSECTION: 10.1TOPIC: DIVIDEND YIELDTYPE: CONCEPTS10-3
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Chapter 5 / Exercise 84
Applied Calculus
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Chapter 010 Some Lessons from Capital Market History9. The dollar return from the capital gain on a security can be expressed as:
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LEARNING OBJECTIVE NUMBER: 1LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: BASICSECTION: 10.1TOPIC: CAPITAL GAINTYPE: CONCEPTS10. A dollar return is: I. dependent on the size of a project while a percentage return is not.II. more accurate than a percentage return because it includes dividend income, which a percentage return ignores.III. based on a time value of money computation while a percentage return is not.IV. generally used less frequently than a percentage return.
BLOOMS TAXONOMY QUESTION TYPE: COMPREHENSIONLEARNING OBJECTIVE NUMBER: 1LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: BASICSECTION: 10.1TOPIC: DOLLAR RETURNSTYPE: CONCEPTS10-4
Chapter 010 Some Lessons from Capital Market History11. Percentage returns: I. easily convey the return for each dollar invested.II. relay information about a security more easily than dollar returns do.III. are not affected by the amount of the investment.IV. can be easily separated into dividend and capital gain yields. a. II and III onlyb. I and III onlyc. II and IV onlyd. I, II, and IV onlyE. I, II, III, and IV
BLOOMS TAXONOMY QUESTION TYPE: COMPREHENSIONLEARNING OBJECTIVE NUMBER: 1LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: BASICSECTION: 10.1TOPIC: PERCENTAGE RETURNSTYPE: CONCEPTS12. This morning, you sold a dividend-paying stock that you purchased last year. Your total percentage return is equal to:
LEARNING OBJECTIVE NUMBER: 1LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: BASICSECTION: 10.1TOPIC: TOTAL RETURNTYPE: CONCEPTS10-5
Chapter 010 Some Lessons from Capital Market History