April Study Question of the Month

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When inherited, the basis of a depreciated asset is?
 
A. Stepped up
B. Stepped down
C. Carried over
D. Carried under
 

Spring Savings

We’ve cultivated a new crop of products and for a short time we will sweeten the pot with an additional 10% off packages! 🌻 Continue reading

Just use the coupon code BLOSSOM10 at checkout now through April 5th! 

Brand new products include:

Series 54 Total Study Package

Series 14 Essentials Study Package

(Not combinable with any other discount and cannot be applied to Bundles).

Don’t be a late bloomer! Start studying with Solomon now!

March Study Question of the Month

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With mutual fund A shares, the price an investor pays is referred to as:
 
A. NAV
B. POP
C. ROA
D. LOI
 
Answer: B. Mutual fund A shares typically charge a front-end sales charge, also called a load, which is a percentage of the investment in the mutual fund. The front-end sales charge or load is included in the price per share an investor pays. The current share price of a mutual fund is referred to as the net asset value, or NAV. The share price including any sales charge is referred to as the public offering price, or POP. For example, a fund with a NAV of $15 and a 5% front-end load has a POP of $15.79. That is calculated by dividing the $15 NAV by .95 (1 minus the 5% load). ROA refers to rights of accumulation and LOI refers to letter of intent. Both ROA and LOI are ways investors can get a volume discount on the price of load mutual fund shares.

Study for the Series 7 Exam with Solomon — while doing push-ups!

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Studies show that doing push-ups lowers your risk of cardiovascular disease.  But what if you’re studying for your Series 7 Top-Off exam?  How do you do both?  Solomon Exam Prep to the rescue — with the Solomon Exam Prep Audio Series 7 Top-Off guide!

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Solomon Partners With Ohio Dominican University

Solomon Exam Prep—a leading publisher of securities exam prep materials—is proud to announce a partnership with Ohio Dominican University. Continue reading

February 1st, 2019

Solomon Exam Prep—a leading publisher of securities exam prep materials—is proud to announce a partnership with Ohio Dominican University. With this partnership, ODU students will get everything needed to pass the all-important SIE exam.

As FINRA’s “introductory” exam, the SIE is used by securities firms to measure the seriousness of job candidates. For years, Solomon’s instructors have helped professionals pass securities exams—and now they’ve drawn on this expertise to create the best possible SIE test-prep materials. Geared to a variety of learning styles, these include:

  • A digital study guide
  • An audiobook
  • Flashcards
  • Free mobile apps
  • An online exam simulator with unlimited quizzes and exams
  • A video lecture with slides and narration
  • Custom study schedules for classes or independent study

Perhaps most importantly, Solomon’s materials are complemented by personalized support. As one student noted, “I didn’t think this kind of customer service and general human kindness existed anymore.” The company’s dedication shows in its consistently high pass rates.

Partner instructors rave about Solomon’s materials as well—especially for featuring:

  • An online interactive admin portal where courses and student progress can be monitored (making “back-end faculty work a breeze,” as UN-Omaha’s Ray LeBlanc recently put it)
  • A curriculum tailored to fit the needs of each school and program
  • No expense to the partnering school beyond the study materials for the students

Contact us at 503.601.0212 to discuss setting up a Solomon partnership for your school—and to join such prestigious institutions as the University of Nebraska-Omaha, Adelphi University, Seton Hall University, and the University of Dallas.

Jeremy Solomon, Founder/President
jeremy@solomonexamprep.com

Beth Hamilton, Business Development
beth@solomonexamprep.com

 

About Solomon Exam Prep
Founded by Karen Solomon (Ph.D., University of Chicago) and Jeremy Solomon (MBA, Wharton), Solomon Exam Prep has helped thousands of students pass their series exams: Series 3, 6, 7, 24, 26, 27, 28, 50, 51, 52, 53, 62, 63, 65, 66, 79, 82 and 99.

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February Study Question of the Month

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Spock is an adviser who takes great pride in his use of logic when making investment recommendations.  Which of the following investment vehicles would he be least likely to recommend for a client’s IRA?
 
A. Corporate bonds
B. Growth stocks
C. Municipal bonds
D. REITs
 
Answer: C. Having municipals in an IRA is allowed, but it would not be the most logical investment choice.  That is because the tax advantage associated with municipal bonds is wasted in a tax-deferred account like an IRA.