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Chapter 01 The Investment Setting

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25.

Investors desiring to assume low risks would probably invest in short-term securities.

True False

26.

An aggressive portfolio might include real assets.

True False

27.

Dividends and long-term capital gains are now taxed at the same maximum rate.

True False

28.

Liquidity refers to how little the sales price of an asset has decreased from its cost.

True False

29.

Real assets tend to be more liquid than financial assets.

True False

30.

Those who engage in short-term market tactics are considered traders.

True False

31.

Most financial assets provide a high degree of liquidity.

True False

32.

Real estate may be favored by investors in high tax brackets.

True False

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