Pass the 6(TM) walks you through the items on the FINRA exam outline one by one, step by step, without the typical jargon used in business textbooks. Both newcomers and industry veterans will appreciate the simplicity and logic used to explain the many concepts one must understand in order to pass the Series 6.It's a hard test, which is why this book wastes no words in explaining the many items one must understand in order to pass the exam. The exam tests for a deep understanding of the topics covered in this textbook through some rather tough questions. While knowing, for example, the definition of a closed-end fund is important, test takers have to do more than just recognize a standard definition of the investment product. Rather, they must show they understand the differences and similarities between a closed-end fund and an open-end fund, exchange-traded fund, or, maybe, a variable annuity.Beyond reading the book please visit the Examzone website for help at www.examzone.com. Whatever you do, please don't assume you can read the book over a weekend and then sit for the test. Our successful customers follow the study plan created when they purchase the Success Program.Take your time, and you will do fine. Step one is to start reading this textbook. Best of luck, and we look forward to hearing from you when you pass your exam!.
ROBERT MARTIN WALKER is an ordained United Methodist minister and pastor of First Church of Round Hill in Greenwich, Connecticut. He is the author of numerous books, including Encounters With the Living God, Politically Correct Parables, Politically Correct Old Testament Stories, You Might Be a United Methodist If . . . , Encounters on the Road to the Cross, The Jesus I Knew, You're Probably a United Methodist If...., and the Leader Guide for God's Care for Us: A Study of Ezekial in the Bible Reader Series. Walker also writes regularly for Adult Bible Studies and other publications. Bob holds degrees from Yale Divinity School, Perkins School of Theology, and Southern Methodist University.