Lack ofObjectivity1934SecuritiesExchangeActNo EffectsHypothesisNormativeTheoriesPositiveTheoriesDiversity ofProceduresSECPrivateGoodMeaninglessNumbers1933SecuritiesActPublicGoodPublicGoodProblemMonopolyControlRelevanceTransparencyNaiveInvestorsFunctionalFixationSOXComparabilityMarketFailureGAAPDisclosureEITFParetoSenseMarketPowerFASBAICPARegulationSpeculationProblemSignalingProblemLack ofObjectivity1934SecuritiesExchangeActNo EffectsHypothesisNormativeTheoriesPositiveTheoriesDiversity ofProceduresSECPrivateGoodMeaninglessNumbers1933SecuritiesActPublicGoodPublicGoodProblemMonopolyControlRelevanceTransparencyNaiveInvestorsFunctionalFixationSOXComparabilityMarketFailureGAAPDisclosureEITFParetoSenseMarketPowerFASBAICPARegulationSpeculationProblemSignalingProblem

Regulation Bingo - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. Lack of Objectivity
  2. 1934 Securities Exchange Act
  3. No Effects Hypothesis
  4. Normative Theories
  5. Positive Theories
  6. Diversity of Procedures
  7. SEC
  8. Private Good
  9. Meaningless Numbers
  10. 1933 Securities Act
  11. Public Good
  12. Public Good Problem
  13. Monopoly Control
  14. Relevance
  15. Transparency
  16. Naive Investors
  17. Functional Fixation
  18. SOX
  19. Comparability
  20. Market Failure
  21. GAAP
  22. Disclosure
  23. EITF
  24. Pareto Sense
  25. Market Power
  26. FASB
  27. AICPA
  28. Regulation
  29. Speculation Problem
  30. Signaling Problem