The Level III CFA curriculum includes many lists of items that candidates must memorize (e.g., behavioral biases, properties of a valid benchmark, and so on). Bill has compiled these lists – 25 in all – into a single outline. His list starts at the beginning of volume II of the curriculum and works its way through the end of volume VI, making it easy for candidates to study the contents of each list.
Do you know all of the behavioral biases? Which ones are cognitive? Which are emotional? Do you know all of the categorizations of hedge fund strategies? Or the six technical skills for wealth managers? Or any of the other lists in the Level III CFA curriculum?
If not, this list is for you.
You’ll have to put in some work of your own, of course – there are no definitions of the items on each list, for example – but at least you won’t have to scour the curriculum to see if you’ve missed anything; Bill’s already done that for you.