The following are the top titles for Series 7 Training Books.
- Do the terms ad valorem, reverse repurchase agreement, and disintermediation give you a headache? Do you need to take
the Series 7 exam? If you can answer yes to both of these questions, then you ve come to the right place.
Robert Walker, a professional trainer who specializes in the FINRA/NASAA Series 63, 65/66, 6, and 7 exams, has written this book for those who are about to brave the Series 7 examination. Armed with an M.F.A. in writing and a B.A. in English, Walker has managed to translate Securities-ese into plain English, with a liberal dash of humor.
Completely restructured to reflect the organization of the new FINRA Series 7 outline, the fifth edition of this must-have book guides you through the exam s intricacies. Walker takes the exam apart piece by piece, and explains terms and concepts with a sense of humor and ease not found in other exam guides. He shows you, step-by-step, how not to be misled by the questions. In addition to practice questions liberally sprinkled throughout its lessons, Pass the 7 includes a full 250-question practice exam as well as a comprehensive glossary and index.
Once you ve finished this book, you will be able to take the test with confidence!
- The most comprehensive guide to the Series 7 exam in the marketplace includes a self-directed study guide with all the most essential information to becoming a stockbroker. Areas covered include: Stocks, Debt Securities, Investment Banking, Securities Markets, Taxes, Securities Analysis, Self-Regulatory Organizations (SRO’s), Mutual Funds and Investment Companies, Annuities, Margin, Options, Money Market Instruments, Direct Participation Programs and Municipal Securities. There is no prerequisite exam for the FINRA Series 7, however, test takers will be required to take the Series 63 or Series 66 as co-requisite exams. The Series 7 exam is made up of 260 multiple-choice questions of which 10 are experimental. Each student will be given a total of 6 hours for the exam (3 hours for each half). A grade of 72 is considered passing. This book includes multiple practice exams to help test takers improve their scores.
- Options are the most heavily tested topic on the Series 7 Exam. Options questions account for approximately 20% of the exam (50 questions). While this is a very broad exam, requiring competency in many different areas, it is critical that students have a mastery of options to be successful. This manual is packed with 500 options questions designed to cover the entire spectrum of options questions that you may encounter on the Series 7 Exam. It has been divided into 10 options practice exams containing 50 questions each, with a total of 500 questions. Each exam is followed by full explanations. All exams were designed to be of equal difficulty level and to simulate the questions you may encounter on the Series 7 Exam.
- A comprehensive textbook covering all aspects of the exam. Short, focused paragraphs with numerous graphics and exercises help students learn faster and retain critical information.