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Structure and Key Terms

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Structure and Key Terms

A Note on the Structure of This Beast

FINRA is a regulatory authority—translation: a bunch of lawyers and financial geeks. They aren’t creative writers by nature. Nor are they particularly amusing. So when they organized the test, they thought about presentations in an odd kind of legalese, not as if they were telling you about “the story of finance."

And they weren’t trying to teach you finance, either. All they're doing is testing whether you know, more or less, what the heck you’re tal...

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