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is anybody good in personal finance?

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I am alwasys good in it
ok here goes the question Dividends are paid out of profits, and: A. dividend payments must be approved by the firm's board of directors. B. dividends are guaranteed. C. dividends are paid before a firm's taxes are paid. D. dividends are usually paid twice a year.

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D. dividends are usually paid twice a year.
thnx man Which of the following statements is true about financial planning? A. Any kind of financial expert (such as a stockbroker, lawyer, or accountant) can help you develop a comprehensive financial plan. B. Once you have painstakingly developed a financial plan, it is not wise to change it. C. Once you have made a decision to buy an investment, there is no need for continued evaluation. D. You must always consider the tax consequences of selling your investments.
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if i were good in personal finance, i wouldnt be here !
eastion?? which is...?
are you actually good?? @Luis_Rivera
i dont think "D" is the most correct answer
No, that's the point, I'm actually very bad !
can you help @amistre64
i could .... but the answer to your first question is not "D"
then what is it?
you have 3 other options to choose from, and i perfer not to just hand out an answer. pick one and we will see if its a "best choice"
a?
.. good guess :) before a dividend is declared, the board of directors have to determine of they can offer one to begin with.
so thats the right one?
its the "best" one .... yes
ok. can you help me on the second question?
the second one you posted has 2 ridiculous options, and 2 options that sound legit, can you narrow it down to the 2 legit options for me?
a and b are the bad ones?
no, b is absurd ... but a reads like it could be legit
so b and c no, right? and the right answer is D?
i would lean towards D as the "best" answer. A sounds good, but is not really accurate. A financial planner needs to be adept all those fields.
ok. i have on more.
Which of the following is a true statement? A. The dividends-earnings ratio is a key factor that serious investors use to evaluate stock investments. B. The price-earnings ratio for a corporation must be studied for one period only. C. The price-earnings ratio is based on the company's dividends. D. The price-earnings ratio for one firm may be compared to the price-earnings ratio for all firms.
you are aware that these questions are designed to see how well you have studied the material right?
yea but these 3 are the only ones i missed on a test. and im retaking it. and i dont find answer in textbook.
do you recall ho w to determine a PE ratio?
nope
im sure thats in your textbook ....
since 3 answers deal with PE ratio, id say A is out; which one did you pick to begin with, we can rule that one out then
im going with C being the answer
\[P/E=\frac{market~price}{earnings~per~share}\] \[P/E=\frac{market~price(\#shares)}{net~income}\] i dont think dividends play a big role in that
so its D
i like D the best.
thnx bro!

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