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Old 04-06-2019, 03:20 PM
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I have some study materials from early 2000 including some text books. I'm no longer in this field obviously. Are these worth any thing or should I just donate them?

Mathematics of investment and credit 3rd Edition
Barons Finance 4th edition
Time series analysis with applications in R 2nd edition
ASM manual for exam FM exam 2 11th Edition
Principles of corporate finance 8th Edition
Study manual for exam FM exam 2 8th Edition
ACTEX study manual exam 1 2007 edition
Solutions manual for mathematics of investment and credit 3rd Edition
Actx study manual exam 2 2005 Edition
Actx study manual course 1 volume 1 2004 Edition
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ACTEX study manual exam 2 2009 Edition
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I took the prelims ~ 2012-2015 and those sources would have been outdated then. Given that the SOA has updated the prelim exam structure and syllabi since then, you probably won't get much for them. I would just donate.
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