The Psychology of Expertise: Cognitive Research and Empirical AI

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Appendix
The following are sample questions given to the participants to establish their lack of expertise in the stock market. (Correct answer indicated by underscore.)
1. The phrase "50 1/2-51, 200 by 100" is:
a. a range
b. a special bid
c. a size and quotation
d. a "fill and kill" order
2. When stocks are left in a "street name" by a cash account customer, the "beneficial owner" is:
a. the brokerage firm
b. the Depository Trust Company
c. a nominee
d. the customer
3. A corporation has 1,000,000,000 shares authorized; 50,000,000 shares were issued and 1,000,000 are in the treasury. How many shares are outstanding?
a. 1,000,000
b. 49,000,000
c. 50,000,000
d. 100,000,000
4. The job of monitoring proper payment for an acceptable delivery of securities is the responsibility of:
a. the margin dept.
b. the cashier's dept.
c. the purchase and sales dept.
d. the research dept.
5. Which of the following services is not performed by a mutual fund custodian?
a. providing investment advice
b. paying out dividends and distributions
c. safeguarding the fund's money and securities
d. maintaining records for the fund
6. Prices on most OTC stocks may be found by looking:
a. at the composite tape
b. in the pink sheets
c. in the Blue List
d. in the yellow sheets
7. Bonds are normally quoted in:
a. dollars and cents
b. percentage par value
c. decimal fractions
d. dollars and eighths of dollars
8. Assuming the same issue and maturity dates, the highest yield would be earned by investing in which product?
a. U.S. government bond
b. Municipal bond
c. B-rated corporate bond
d. AAA-rated corporate bond
9. Bonds usually pay interest:
a. monthly
b. every 90 days
c. every 6 months
d. annually (only)
10. An investor purchases 100 shares of ABC Corp.'s common stock (par value $1 per share) for $5,000. If ABC Corp. goes bankrupt, the investor could not lose more than:
a. $100
b. $4,000
c. $5,000
d. Impossible to determine, as the investor's personal property may be attached.

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