Formulas for the bank discount yield, holding period return, and effective annual return and a brief discussion on how they are tested on the CFA exam.
Behavioral finance is worth 10% of the total points on the CFA Exam, and individual biases make up a significant part of that. Knowing the emotional and cognitive errors is critical. Here's how they get tested.
The GoStudy CFA L3 study notes are updated for the 2017 exam. Here's what's changed between 2016 and 2017.
A comprehensive video walkthrough (with full transcript) covering Reading 5 on The Behavioral Finance Perspective for the CFA L3 exam.
The CAPM model and its assumptions are key pieces of knowledge for the CFA Exams. This post breaks down how this gets tested.
Unique to CFA L3, the asset manager code of conduct is a short reading that always gets tested. This post and study material covers how AMC comes up on the CFA exam.