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I want Equity book from CFA L2 official curriculum. Anyone willing to share here in Delhi?

bluechip
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What is the minimum composite score that is required to get shortlisted by IIM-A? Composite Score= (Obtained CAT Score/Max. CAT Score)*0.7 + (AR/45)*0.3 http://www.iimahd.ernet.in/programmes/pgp-abm/how-to-apply/admission-procedure.html
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so for PGP how much weightage is given to CAT score?

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_*CAT Center, Date and Slot *_Udaipur, 8th November, 10:00 AM _*1) How many attempts you have made?* Section 1:_ 22 attempts. 19 or above should be correct. _Section 2: _27 attempts. 22 or above should be correct. *_2) Your last mock score? _*The last mock CAT I took was of ...
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@bluechip

I had a similar paper i guess.Gave the exam in Delhi.Quant was kind of absurd with DI & LR being a cakewalk. RC's , Complete the passage was of Supreme level in my set as well.

same background.....
which engg stream ? passout or still in college?

well i cleared following modules:
-Securities Market Adv Module
-Investment Analysis n Portfolio Management
-Fundamental Analysis
-Macroeconomics for Financial Markets

My advice to u is jus go through beginners modules bt dnt go for certification , n then prepare well for adv. modules n go for certification...coz beginners will nt help u much in future, bt advance module may b useful in PI jus to show that u r interested in finance though u r from engg background....

hope this will help u...

Do following 4
1. Fin Mkts
2. Derivatives Dealers
3. FIMMDA Debt mkts
4. Cap Mkts

1 thing more....whether its an "advanced" or "beginners" module....the matter of fact is that all NCFMs are easy so they dont really carry a lotta weight.

Also no need to write whether its advanced module or not on CV.




Thanks for your suggestions guys..I wanted to focus more on the derivatives side thats why i was planning to give the aforementioned modules.By going through the posts on the thread i think Capital Markets and Securities Markets Modules are the ones to go for if someone really wants to enhance their knowledge.

I am an engineering student and I do not want to go deep in the concepts of finance right now.I just want to be well versed with the basics.I plan to give 4-5 modules.Would it be fine to attempt:
Financial Markets: A Beginners' Module
Equity Derivatives: A Beginner's Module
Derivatives Market (Dealers) Module
Options Trading Strategies Module

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