Ch 14: Disclosing Investment Product Information

About This Chapter

Expand your knowledge of FINRA Rule 2165, required disclosures on investment transactions, and other related topics with these entertaining lessons. This chapter on disclosing investment product information can boost your confidence and take the angst out of preparing for a test.

Disclosing Investment Product Information - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter offer an entertaining and simplified way to learn about disclosing investment product information. For instance, you can study costs associated with investments and tax-exempt interest. After completing the chapter, you should be ready to:

  • List disclosures required for investment transactions
  • Outline categories of investment risk
  • Discuss different types of investment returns
  • Provide an overview of investment fees
  • Recall special tax considerations for different investment products
  • Give examples of market analysis considerations
  • Explain what FINRA Rule 2165 addresses

This engaging chapter on disclosing investment product information was developed by experts focused on helping you grasp the topics presented. You are in total control of the learning process, which means you can study all the lessons or just a handful based on your needs. To make sure you understand what you've studied, there's a short quiz available for each lesson.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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