The Series 65 exam is required of individuals acting as or soliciting for the service of investment advisers. The exam may be required in addition to other exams.
The Series 65 course covers:
Stocks, Corporate Bonds, Special Securities, Options, US Government Securities (Treasury Bills, Treasury Notes, Treasury Strips, Treasury Bonds, etc.), Municipal Bonds, Money Market Instruments, DPPs, Investment Companies, REITs, Annuities, Economics, Analysis, Handling Customer Accounts, Retirement Plans, Taxes, Securities Markets, State Laws, Registrations, Rules, Prohibited Transactions, and Definitions.
The Series 65 test has a total of 140 questions. However, only 130 of the questions count toward the Series 65 grade. The other 10 questions are experimental and could appear in any position within the Series 65 exam. To pass the exam, each candidate must correctly answer at least 94 (72%) of the 130 questions. Each person has a total of 3 hours to complete the Series 65 license exam.
Series 65 Course Textbook
Series 65 Course Textbook with chapter exams, final exams and a glossary of Series 65 terms
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About the book:
The Series 65 Exam License Book is a 530 page book which was developed by Empire Stockbroker Training Institute. Because we understand your frustration, our study manual is written in plain English with shorter paragraphs and is focused on the NASAA Series 65 Exam content with no unnecessary fluff. Key features:
- Updated for 2019
- Comprehensive – The Series 65 Course Textbook is complete and easy to understand
- Diagrams – These not only help make studying more enjoyable they also help you visualize difficult concepts
- Notes and Tips – Key points mixed throughout the chapters to emphasize important ideas
- Chapter Exams – Multiple-choice questions at the end of each chapter with detailed explanations
- Final Exams – Four 130-question Series 65 practice exams with detailed explanations
- Glossary – Each book includes a glossary of investment terms
All books were created by Steven M. Rice and Rueben Martinez