Webinar CFA Level I in November 2017

Webinar CFA - Level I (for your exam in December 2017)

 

Description

Our Webinar for CFA® candidates is your compact preparation for your exams and exclusively orientated on tasks that reflect what you need to know about the CFA Level I Exam. Here you'll learn everything you really need to know on the day of your exam.

A new way to study – the CFA candidate sits in front of his computer anywhere in the world while his Lambert-tutor works with him or her remotely from Germany. We cover all the study materials needed.

During the lessons we are communicating via our screen sharing system.

The CFA candidate sees on his computer screen what the tutor writes. He can pose clarifying questions on the phone, while these get promptly answered (both verbally and in writing).

 

Language of the course: English

 

Dates and Location

Wednesday, 15th of November 2017 (3 - 9 p.m. CET)

Thursday, 16th of November 2017 (3 - 9 p.m. CET)

Friday, 17th of November 2017 (3 - 9 p.m. CET)

Saturday, 18th of November 2017 (3 - 9 p.m. CET)

Sunday, 19th of November 2017 (3 - 9 p.m. CET)

(CET = Central European Time)

 

What we teach

All topics relevant for your Level I exam are included in the course:

  • Ethical and Professional Standards 
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Economics
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Corporate Finance
  • Portfolio Management
  • Equity Investments
  • Derivatives, Alternative Investments

What you get

Our MindMap for CFA Level I, including all relevant things you need to know as well as several mock exams including hundreds of questions and answers for your CFA Level I exam are included in the price.

   

Price

€ 495 per person

 

Enrollment

If you are interested in enrolling for the course or have any questions please get in touch with us.

 

Webinar CFA Level II in May 2017

Webinar CFA - Level II (for your exam in June 2017)

 

Description

Our Webinar for CFA® candidates is your compact preparation for your exams and exclusively orientated on tasks from old exams. Here you'll learn everything you really need to know on the day of your exam.

A new way to study – the CFA candidate sits in front of his computer anywhere in the world while his Lambert-tutor works with him or her remotely from Germany. We cover all the study materials needed as well as any content of the previous examinations.

During the lessons we are communicating via our screen sharing system.

The CFA candidate sees on his computer screen what the tutor writes. He can pose clarifying questions on the phone, while these get promptly answered (both verbally and in writing).

 

Language of the course: English

 

Dates and Location

Wednesday, 17th of May 2017 (5 - 8 p.m. CET)

Thursday, 18th of May 2017 (5 - 8 p.m. CET)

Friday, 19th of May 2017 (5 - 8 p.m. CET)

Saturday, 20th of May 2017 (2 - 8 p.m. CET)

Sunday, 21st of May 2017 (2 - 8 p.m. CET)

 (CET = Central European Time)

 

What we teach

All topics relevant for your Level I exam are included in the course:

  • Ethical and Professional Standards 
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Economics
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Corporate Finance
  • Portfolio Management
  • Equity Investments
  • Derivatives, Alternative Investments

What you get

Lists of all relevant things you need to know as well as more than 500 Questions and Answers for your exam are included in the price.

   

Price

€ 495 per person

 

Enrollment

If you are interested in enrolling for the course or have any questions please get in touch with us.

 

Free Webinar CFA Level I

Webinar CFA - Level I (for your exam in December 2016)

 

Description

Our Webinar for CFA® candidates is your compact preparation for your exams and exclusively orientated on tasks from old exams. Here you'll learn everything you really need to know on the day of your exam.

A new way to study – the CFA candidate sits in front of his computer anywhere in the world while his Lambert-tutor works with him or her remotely from Germany. We cover all the study materials needed as well as any content of the previous examinations.

During the lessons we are communicating via our screen sharing system.

The CFA candidate sees on his computer screen what the tutor writes. He can pose clarifying questions on the phone, while these get promptly answered (both verbally and in writing).

 

Language of the course: English

 

Dates and Location

 

Friday, 12th of August 2016, 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. (Central European Time)

 

Topics of your Level I exam included in the free webinar:


  • You will choose! Please send your topics until Monday, August 8th. We will choose among the things most wanted...
Enrollment Please enroll via mail (info@daniel-lambert.de). 15 Minutes ahead of the webinar´s start, you will get your 9-digit Meeting ID you need to enter on www.http://www.gotomeeting.com/meeting/join-meeting so that you can enter the virtual classroom.
   
   
   

 

We would be more than happy to help you pass your CFA® Exam! Feel free to try us out on our support for CFA® Candidates: Online Courses, Crash Course and lecture notes...

Our CFA® Online Courses

A new way to study - you are sitting in front of your computer anywhere in the world while the Lambert-tutor works with you remotely from Germany. We cover all the study materials needed as well as any content of the previous examinations.

 

During the lessons we communicate via screen sharing and Skype or telephone.

 

The CFA candidate sees what the tutor is writing on his own computer screen. He can pose clarifying questions on the phone, while these get promptly answered (both verbally and in writing). 

 

Your advantage - you no longer have to travel to see your tutor, but can undergo this remotely from any destination.

 

An hourly cost of only € 80 will be charged.

 

NEW: From now on we also offer Online courses for several participants simultaneously. If two people take part in a course, the cost will be reduced to € 50 and even down to € 40 per person and hour if three or more people are attending the lesson.

 

Feel free to try us out! We are looking forward to you getting in touch with us. 

Economics, Microeconomic Analysis, Demand Elasticities

The own-price elasticity indicates the percentage change in quantity demanded divided by the percentage change in price.

 

It is important to understand the impact on total expenditure. When taking a look

- at the elastic range of the demand function, a fall in price P accompanies a rise in total expenditure P*Q, because the quantity demanded rises, say, by 4 percent, if the price goes down by only 3 percent, so the rise of Q makes up with the fall in P.

- The opposite holds true when it comes to the inelastic range of the demand function. a fall in price P accompanies a fall, not a rise, in total expenditure P*Q, because the quantity demanded Q does not rise in a stronger way than the price falls.

 

Quantitative Methods, Basic Concepts, Statistical Concepts

When taking a look at statistics you need to fully understand different measurement scales. On the nominal scale, you can only see differences between different things, you cannot put them in any order (e.g. different nationalities, different colors, different zip codes).

On the ordinal scale, differences between different things can be seen, and they can be put into an order (e.g., grades in school).

 

Financial Statement Analysis, Income Taxes, Deferred Taxes

You need to understand the meaning of deferrable taxes. Here, let us take a closer look at tax assets. 

 

Say you buy a machine worth $ 1,000, which is depreciated over four years, whereas for tax reasons, it needs to be depreciated over five years. 

 

In the first four years, the expenses of the income statement are 1,000/4 = $ 250, whereas text expenses amount to $ 200 each. Therefore, there is a difference between the accounting profit and the taxable profit of $ 50 in each of the first four years, meaning that 

 

profit of trade balance < profit of tax balance in periods 1 – 4,because trade expenses = $ 250 > tax expenses = $ 200 in periods 1 – 4.

 

Moreover, the accounting profit is inferior to taxable profit. This difference is temporary, because it is going to be reversed in the last, the fifth, period. Here, the taxable profit is lower than the accounting profits.

 

profit of trade balance > profit of tax balance in period 5, because trade expenses = $ 0 < tax expenses = $ 200 in period 5.

 

All of this means that if taxes were to be calculated using the trade balance sheet, which is not the case, but just assume this was to happen, and the marginal tax rate was 30 %, then the company would pay 0.3 * 50 = $ 15 less than it actually has to pay (in the first four periods).

 

Put differently, there is a future tax asset, resulting from temporary differences between the accounting profit and taxable profit.

 

Therefore, we have a tax asset of $ 15 in the first period, of $ 30 in the second, of $ 45 in the third and of $ 60 in the fourth period. In the fifth and last period, the opposite holds true.

 

There is a difference between the two profits of 200 – 0 = $ 200, leading to a tax liability of 0.3×200 = $ 60.

 

Therefore, the tax asset that was created in the first four periods actually disappears in the fifth period.

Economics, Microeconomic Analysis, Monopoly and Perfect Competition

Economics, Microeconomic Analysis, Demand Function

What does a demand function stand for? What is the relationship between a good´s price and its quantity demanded?

 

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