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Question 19 of 20

1.0 Points

When investors follow a “herd instinct,” they:

A. invest in something as a group, making it appear more
valuable than it is.

B. make decisions as a group, inflating the prices of goods
somewhat arbitrarily.

C. invest in something simply because everyone else is doing
it.

D. None of these statements is true.

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Question 20 of 20

1.0 Points

The same tools that were intended to allocate funds and spread risk
more efficiently in the housing market made it:

A. easier to keep everyone fully informed.

B. more difficult to keep everyone fully informed.

C. easier to understand the true risk involved with these
assets.

D. more difficult to justify buying mortgage-backed securities
over other low-risk assets.

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