@David Harper CFA FRM,, thanks for your quick response. Very helpful.
I guess I can use CV in my case as the average earnings in my data set are not close to zero (no zero axis issue).
Also thanks for suggestions on scale by company size. Maybe I can complement CV with that measure as well...
@David Harper CFA FRM, appreciate your response. First let me just say that BT is such a great website for resource and thanks for helping me passing the exams in 2013!
I was reading this: http://faculty.tuck.dartmouth.edu/images/uploads/faculty/robert-resutek/DR3_0913.pdf. On page 23: “The...
I want compare earning volatility of company x with other companies. I intend to measure earning volatility by calculating coefficient of variation of net earnings. As you know, net earnings can be both positive and negative, so my question is should I take the absolute value of the net...
Given daily stock prices, we can calculate the daily standard deviation and convert it to an annual standard deviation by multiplying it by SQRT(252).
We can also calculate the daily average (the mean) of the stock price but how can we convert it to an annual term?
I submitted my work experience on 1/9/13. I sent them email inquiry on 1/21/13. I got the below response from them on 1/24/13:
We are in receipt of your CV/Resume submission. Yours will be processed sometime between today’s date and March 30th. As soon as your resume is processed, and it...
Thanks Matt, and did it get accepted?
If you work for a company for a long time and during those times you get promotions and change job functions etc., do you list each job title as an independent job? How would you do it in this situation? Thanks.
Trying to submit my work experience to GARP. GARP's instruction says we can verify the 2-year work experience by submitting our CV/Resume. I'm at the "verify your professional work experience" page here but there's no option to upload resume?
How did you guys do it? Copy and...
That was my reaction too. That sentence just stands out to be odd to me.
It may be true under certain circumstances as many of you pointed out, but I don't think this is the case here - it's just a report on option in general.