Roy's safety-first criterion

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  • Case Study Of Financial Values

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    price, but the increase in price has a greater weight on percentage change. The Sharpe Ratio of LULU, 0.0004, is the lowest of the four securities we analyzed. This means that the risk-adjusted return is very low, and this security wouldn't be the first choice for someone to invest in based on the other options given. VICEX, the portfolio, has a total annual return of 77% and an average annual return of 12%. This gives VICEX an average monthly return of about 1%. This portfolio competes pretty well

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    and made $5 per share for his clients. Liang least likely violated which of the CFA Institute Standards of Professional Conduct? A. Misconduct B. Market Manipulation C. Priority of Transactions 8. Sanjay Gupta, CFA, is interviewed by the First Faithful Church to manage the church’s voluntary retirement plan’s equity portfolio based upon his superior return history. Each church staff member chooses whether to opt in or out of the retirement plan according to his or her own investment objectives

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    STUDY SESSION 1 ETHICAL AND PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS T he readings in this study session present a framework for ethical conduct in the investment profession by focusing on the CFA Institute Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct as well as the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS®). The principles and guidance presented in the CFA Institute Standards of Practice Handbook (SOPH) form the basis for the CFA Institute self-regulatory program to maintain the highest professional