Financial Analyst: Stories From People Whove Done It: With information on education requirements, job opportunities, salary and more. (Careers 101 Kindle Book Series) Echo Garret

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Published: October 21st 2012

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Financial Analyst: Stories From People Whove Done It: With information on education requirements, job opportunities, salary and more. (Careers 101 Kindle Book Series)  by  Echo Garret

Financial Analyst: Stories From People Whove Done It: With information on education requirements, job opportunities, salary and more. (Careers 101 Kindle Book Series) by Echo Garret
October 21st 2012 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 30 pages | ISBN: | 8.61 Mb

With financial markets intertwined and growing ever-more complex, successful institutions, companies, governments and everyday investors rely on the finesse of good financial analysts. These masters of the markets dig deep into research to bring sense and order to numbers and trends worldwide. With confidence in judgments and calmness under pressure, analysts use skills and savvy to make predictions that help chart and secure financial futures. Author Echo Garrett explores life in this hard-working, intense career, with firsthand accounts from those who navigate this financial scene.

“Financial Analysts: Stories from People Who’ve Done It” takes a look at the diverse paths within the field, its education and certification requirements, personality traits analysts need and the many paths they have for advancing in a job where trust and credibility are key.Excerpt from the book:“As an analyst you are free to come up with your own opinion. It’s you and the numbers. In the case of stocks you have ability to see if your analysis or predictions are right, and if the market agrees with you. It’s nice to see your predictions validated.

The flip side is it’s you and the numbers, and you don’t have as much human interaction.”HighlightsWhat it takes to be a financial analystTypes of employersSalary and employment outlookWhere the training comes fromIncludesCareer AnalysisThe Many Career Paths as a Financial AnalystFrom Utility Industry Analyst Intern to Leader of a Mutual Fund Industry AssociationCEO and Chief Investment Officer Advising High-Net-Worth IndividualsFrom Fortune 50 Financial Analyst to Leading an Entrepreneurial Financial Advisor FirmThe Global Market AnalystMaking the MoveAbout the AuthorEcho Garrett started her journalism career as an editor at McCall’s.

A former contributing writer to Money, Business Week, Management Review, Investor’s Business Daily and the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Garrett has also been published in more than 75 national magazines, newspapers and websites, including Parade, Delta Sky, Inc., The New York Times, Health, Hemispheres, Chief Executive, the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, WebMD and ABCNews.com. She has been interviewed on “Good Morning America,” CNBC, CNN and NY-1, and served as editor-in-chief of Atlanta Woman magazine.The Marietta, Ga., resident is the co-founder and board chair of the Orange Duffel Bag Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that does life-plan coaching with at-risk youth (ages 12 to 24) based on the book she co-authored titled “My Orange Duffel Bag: A Journey to Radical Change,” winner of seven national and international awards in the categories of young adult nonfiction, design and self-help.



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