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Best CFA Review Course and Study Materials [Compare 2020 Courses] & CFA Discounts

Let Me Find the Right CFA Course for You!I want to help you find the best CFA prep course for you, so I’ve provided my analysis of popular CFA study material. I’ve also incorporated into this comparison the experience of my readers and comments from financial analyst forums. Best CFA Review Courses Content​Table of Contents CFA […]

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Wiley CFA 2020 (Elan Guides) + Wiley CFA Discount

Wiley CFA Review (formerly Elan Guides) is one of the prep courses available for aspiring Certified Financial Analysts. It offers a fully integrated learning system with packages at different pricing levels. We like this CFA course because of the value it offers, although it is a bit pricey. Wiley CFA Product Offering All packages come […]

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Best CFA Calculator: Texas Instruments BA II Plus vs Hewlett Packard 12C

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There are only two CFA approved calculators you are allowed to use during your exam: the Texas Instruments BA II Plus and Hewlett Packard 12C. While these two calculators serve the same purpose, they are designed differently and each has its own set of pros and cons. When it comes to the HP 12C vs. […]

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2020 CFA Exam Fees Breakdown: Is the CFA Worth It?

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So, CFA exam fees can really add up. Therefore, before you get into the details on how to apply, consider how much the CFA will cost you. For specific cost breakdown for Level 1, 2 and 3, you can scroll down or click on these buttons for respective information: CFA Exam Fees Overview All amount […]

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CFA or CPA: Which Qualification is Better?

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Finance professionals often pursue professional qualifications in order to advance their careers. Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designations are arguably the two most prestigious titles in their respective fields. What are the differences, and which one is better? Here is the text version for your reference: CFA or CPA: An Overview […]

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How to Become a CFA in 2020: My Awesome Complete Guide

This page is dedicated to finance professionals who aspire to become a CFA charter holder. In this website, we will share with you the steps on how to become a CFA, as well as the necessary steps to plan, study for and pass 3 levels of the CFA exam on your first attempt. How to […]

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Important CFA Exam Dates 2020 (Don’t Miss the 2020 CFA Registration Deadline!)

The CFA Exam dates and deadlines are pretty much the same every year: the exam is scheduled every June for all levels, and every December for Level I only. So, the CFA exam opens its registration a year before, and early-bird deadlines close 9 months before the exam date. In 2020, the CFAI will offer […]

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CFA Exam Results: How to Understand Your June 2019 Report

The 2019 June CFA exam results release is as follows: Level 1 and Level 2: by email in July Level 3: by email in August Given the volume of emails, do not expect to receive the results immediately after 9 a.m. Readers seem to get it half an hour to a few hours later. The […]

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CFA Ethics Level 1 Tips: 6 Actionable Strategies to Nail Your Exam

CFA ethics is one of the most important topic areas in the CFA program. It represents 15% in Level 1, and 10-15% in Level 2 and Level 3. A good performance in ethics can also earn you a pass in case you score at the borderline. CFA Level 1 Ethics The exam content includes the […]

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CFA Exam Registration: Step-by-Step Guide

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The CFA exam registration is relatively simple. Here is a guideline for your information: CFA Exam Registration Procedure CFA candidates need to fulfill the following before they start the application process. 1. Education or Experience Requirements CFA candidates should have a bachelor degree from an accredited educational institution, or at least be in the final […]

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