## Mirror for Humanity Study Set 1

Anthropology

## Quiz 4 :

Organization and Functioning of Securities Markets

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Exhibit 4.1
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Jackie has a margin account with a balance of $150,000. The initial margin deposit is 60 percent and Turtle Industries is currently selling at $50 per share.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.1. How many shares of Turtle can Jackie purchase?

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Exhibit 4.1
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Jackie has a margin account with a balance of $150,000. The initial margin deposit is 60 percent and Turtle Industries is currently selling at $50 per share.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.1. What is Jackie's profit/loss if Turtle's price after one year is $40?

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Exhibit 4.1
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Jackie has a margin account with a balance of $150,000. The initial margin deposit is 60 percent and Turtle Industries is currently selling at $50 per share.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.1. If the maintenance margin is 25 percent, to what price can Turtle Industries fall before Jackie receives a margin call?

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Exhibit 4.2
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Heidi Talbott has a margin account with a balance of $50,000. The initial margin deposit is 50 percent, and RC Industries is currently selling at $50 per share.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.2. How many shares of RC can Heidi buy?

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Exhibit 4.2
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Heidi Talbott has a margin account with a balance of $50,000. The initial margin deposit is 50 percent, and RC Industries is currently selling at $50 per share.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.2. What is Heidi's profit if RC's price rises to $80?

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Exhibit 4.2
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Heidi Talbott has a margin account with a balance of $50,000. The initial margin deposit is 50 percent, and RC Industries is currently selling at $50 per share.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.2. If the maintenance margin is 25 percent, to what price can RC Industries stock price fall before Heidi receives a margin call?

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Exhibit 4.3
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Kathy Smith has a margin account with a balance of $60,000. Initial margin requirements are 80 percent, and Jackson Industries is currently selling at $40 per share.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.3. How many shares of Jackson can Kathy buy?

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Exhibit 4.3
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Kathy Smith has a margin account with a balance of $60,000. Initial margin requirements are 80 percent, and Jackson Industries is currently selling at $40 per share.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.3. What is Kathy's profit if Jackson's price rises to $50?

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Exhibit 4.3
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Kathy Smith has a margin account with a balance of $60,000. Initial margin requirements are 80 percent, and Jackson Industries is currently selling at $40 per share.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.3. If the maintenance margin is 25 percent, to what price can Jackson Industries fall before Kathy receives a margin call?

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Exhibit 4.4
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You decide to sell 100 shares of Davis Industries short when it is selling at its yearly high of $35. Your broker tells you that your margin requirement is 55 percent and that the commission on the sale is $15. While you are short, Davis pays a $0.75 per share dividend. At the end of one year you buy your Davis shares (cover your short sale) at $30 and are charged a commission of $15 and a 6 percent interest rate.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.4. What is your dollar return on the investment?

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Exhibit 4.4
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You decide to sell 100 shares of Davis Industries short when it is selling at its yearly high of $35. Your broker tells you that your margin requirement is 55 percent and that the commission on the sale is $15. While you are short, Davis pays a $0.75 per share dividend. At the end of one year you buy your Davis shares (cover your short sale) at $30 and are charged a commission of $15 and a 6 percent interest rate.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.4. What is your rate of return on the investment?

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Exhibit 4.5
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You decide to sell 100 shares of Topgun Enterprises Inc. short when it is selling at its yearly high of $42.25. Your broker tells you that your margin requirement is 60 percent and that the commission on the sale is $20. While you are short, Topgun pays a $0.85 per share dividend. At the end of one year you buy your Topgun shares (cover your short sale) at $44 and are charged a commission of $20 and a 5 percent interest rate.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.5. What is your dollar return on the investment?

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Exhibit 4.5
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You decide to sell 100 shares of Topgun Enterprises Inc. short when it is selling at its yearly high of $42.25. Your broker tells you that your margin requirement is 60 percent and that the commission on the sale is $20. While you are short, Topgun pays a $0.85 per share dividend. At the end of one year you buy your Topgun shares (cover your short sale) at $44 and are charged a commission of $20 and a 5 percent interest rate.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.5. What is your rate of return on the investment?

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Exhibit 4.5
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You decide to sell 100 shares of Topgun Enterprises Inc. short when it is selling at its yearly high of $42.25. Your broker tells you that your margin requirement is 60 percent and that the commission on the sale is $20. While you are short, Topgun pays a $0.85 per share dividend. At the end of one year you buy your Topgun shares (cover your short sale) at $44 and are charged a commission of $20 and a 5 percent interest rate.
-Suppose you buy a round lot of DG Solutions stock on 60% margin when it is selling at $55 a share. The broker charges a 10 percent annual interest rate and commissions are 3 percent of the total stock value on both the purchase and the sale. If at year end you receive a $1.10 per share dividend and sell the stock for 55 5/8, what is your rate of return on the investment?

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Exhibit 4.5
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You decide to sell 100 shares of Topgun Enterprises Inc. short when it is selling at its yearly high of $42.25. Your broker tells you that your margin requirement is 60 percent and that the commission on the sale is $20. While you are short, Topgun pays a $0.85 per share dividend. At the end of one year you buy your Topgun shares (cover your short sale) at $44 and are charged a commission of $20 and a 5 percent interest rate.
-Suppose you buy a round lot of HS Inc. stock on 55% margin when it is selling at $40 a share. The broker charges a 10 percent annual interest rate and commissions are 4 percent of the total stock value on both the purchase and the sale. If at year end you receive a $0.90 per share dividend and sell the stock for 35 5/8, what is your rate of return on the investment?

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Exhibit 4.5
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You decide to sell 100 shares of Topgun Enterprises Inc. short when it is selling at its yearly high of $42.25. Your broker tells you that your margin requirement is 60 percent and that the commission on the sale is $20. While you are short, Topgun pays a $0.85 per share dividend. At the end of one year you buy your Topgun shares (cover your short sale) at $44 and are charged a commission of $20 and a 5 percent interest rate.
-Suppose you buy a round lot of Altman Industries stock on 50% margin when it is selling at $35 a share. The broker charges a 10 percent annual interest rate and commissions are 5 percent of the total stock value on both the purchase and the sale. If at year end you receive a $1.00 per share dividend and sell the stock for $42.63, what is your rate of return on the investment?

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Exhibit 4.6
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You decide to sell short 200 shares of XCorp stock at a price of $75. Your margin deposit is 65 percent. Commission on the sale is 1.25%. While you are short, the stock pays a $1.75 per share dividend. Interest on margin debt is 5.25% per year.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.6. At the end of one year you close out your short position by purchasing share of XCorp at $45 per share. The commission is 1.25%. What is your rate of return on the investment?

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Exhibit 4.6
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You decide to sell short 200 shares of XCorp stock at a price of $75. Your margin deposit is 65 percent. Commission on the sale is 1.25%. While you are short, the stock pays a $1.75 per share dividend. Interest on margin debt is 5.25% per year.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.6. Suppose at the end of one year XCorp is selling at $90 per share and you cover your short position at this price. What is your rate of return on the investment? (Assume a 1.25% commission on the purchase.)

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Exhibit 4.7
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Shares of RossCorp stock are selling for $45 per share. Brokerage commissions are 2% for purchases and 2% for sales. The interest rate on margin debt is 6.25% per year. The maintenance margin is 30%.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.7. At the end of one year shares of RossCorp stock are selling for $55 per share and the company paid dividends of $0.85 per share. Assuming that you paid the full cost of the purchase, what is your rate of return if you sell RossCorp stock?

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Exhibit 4.7
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Shares of RossCorp stock are selling for $45 per share. Brokerage commissions are 2% for purchases and 2% for sales. The interest rate on margin debt is 6.25% per year. The maintenance margin is 30%.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.7. At the end of one year shares of RossCorp stock are selling for $35 per share and the company paid dividends of $0.85 per share. Assuming that you paid the full cost of the purchase, what is your rate of return if you sell RossCorp stock?

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Exhibit 4.7
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Shares of RossCorp stock are selling for $45 per share. Brokerage commissions are 2% for purchases and 2% for sales. The interest rate on margin debt is 6.25% per year. The maintenance margin is 30%.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.7. At the end of one year shares of RossCorp stock are selling for $55 per share and the company paid dividends of $0.85 per share. Assuming that you borrowed 25% of cost of the purchase, what is your rate of return?

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Exhibit 4.7
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Shares of RossCorp stock are selling for $45 per share. Brokerage commissions are 2% for purchases and 2% for sales. The interest rate on margin debt is 6.25% per year. The maintenance margin is 30%.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.7. At the end of one year shares of RossCorp stock are selling for $35 per share and the company paid dividends of $0.85 per share. Assuming that you borrowed 25% of cost of the purchase, what is your rate of return?

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Exhibit 4.7
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Shares of RossCorp stock are selling for $45 per share. Brokerage commissions are 2% for purchases and 2% for sales. The interest rate on margin debt is 6.25% per year. The maintenance margin is 30%.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.7. Assume that you purchase 150 shares of RossCorp stock at $45 each by making a margin deposit of 55%. At what price would you receive a margin call?

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Exhibit 4.7
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Shares of RossCorp stock are selling for $45 per share. Brokerage commissions are 2% for purchases and 2% for sales. The interest rate on margin debt is 6.25% per year. The maintenance margin is 30%.
-You own 50 shares of Auto Corporation that you purchased for $30 a share. The stock is currently selling for $50 a share and you placed a stop loss order at $45. If the stock price drops to $35 a share what is your return on this investment?

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Exhibit 4.7
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Shares of RossCorp stock are selling for $45 per share. Brokerage commissions are 2% for purchases and 2% for sales. The interest rate on margin debt is 6.25% per year. The maintenance margin is 30%.
-You purchased 100 shares of Highlight Company for $20 a share one year ago with a margin of 50%. The stock is currently selling for $28 a share and no dividends were ever paid. The broker charges an annual interest rate of 8% and a $100 commission on both the purchase and sale of these shares. What is your annual rate of return on this investment?

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Exhibit 4.8
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You sell 100 shares short of AMF Corporation when it is selling at $45 per share. Your margin requirement is 60% and the commission on the sale is $50 and the broker charges 10% annual interest. AMF Corporation paid a $0.50 per share dividend while you were short the stock. After one year you cover your short sale at $35 per share with a $50 commission for the purchase.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.8. What is your total dollar return on this investment?

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Exhibit 4.8
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You sell 100 shares short of AMF Corporation when it is selling at $45 per share. Your margin requirement is 60% and the commission on the sale is $50 and the broker charges 10% annual interest. AMF Corporation paid a $0.50 per share dividend while you were short the stock. After one year you cover your short sale at $35 per share with a $50 commission for the purchase.
-Refer to Exhibit 4.8. What is your annual rate of return on this investment?

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