( 180+ Best ) Investment Management MCQ

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Investment Management MCQ

Definition Of Investment Management

Investment management refers to the handling of financial assets and other investments—not only buying and selling them. Management includes devising a short- or long-term strategy for acquiring and disposing of portfolio holdings. It can also include banking, budgeting, and tax services and duties, as well.

Investment Management MCQ

    1. The risk management activities and confirmation of trades through the trading system of NSE is carried out by
      1. Users
      2. Trading members
      3. Clearing members
      4. Participants
    2. The bull spread can be created by only buying and selling
      1. Basket option
      2. Futures
      3. Warrant
      4. Options
    3. A stock broker means a member of
      1. SEBI
      2. Any exchange
      3. A recognized stock exchange
      4. Any stock exchange
    4. A January month Nifty futures contract will expire. On the last_____________- of January
      1. Monday
      2. Thursday
      3. Tuesday
      4. Wednesday
    5. Which of the following are the most liquid stocks
      1. All InfoTech stocks
      2. Stocks listed/permitted to trade at the NSE
      3. Stocks in the NIFTY index
      4. Stocks in the UNX Nifty  Junior Index
    6. In the books of buyer/holder of the option the premium paid would be_____________ to ‘ Equity Index Option Premium Account’ as the case may be
      1. Debited
      2. Credited
      3. Depend
      4. None
    7. Greek letter measures a dimension to _______________in an option positions
      1. The risk
      2. The premium
      3. The relationship
      4. None
    8. An option which gives the holder the right to sell a stock at a specified price at some time in the future is called a__________________
      1. Naked option
      2. Call option
      3. Out of the money option
      4. Put option
    9. In which year foreign currency features based on new floating exchange rate systems were introduced at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange
      1. 1970
      2. 1975
      3. 1972
      4. 1974
    10. With the introduction of derivatives the underlying cash market witnesses_______________
      1. Lower volumes
      2. Sometimes higher, sometimes lower
      3. Higher volumes
      4. Volumes same as before

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