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When I started my interview with Patricia, the first words she told me where, “I don’t know anything of finance”. If she were to invest in the market, she definitely looks for some advice and help to be able to take care of her money. Maria Patricia will look for someone who has a vast experience and success in the investment field, and at the same time very professional. She mentions that even though she does not know personally the advisor, he or she is supposed to be professional and have a better understanding of the stock market than her. One important factor for Patricia that an investment advisor must have is experience and reputation; with this been said, she will probably diversify her money and place it on different firms.
This question is what is the average work week for a financial advisor? My thoughts on this career have definitely changes after doing research into this career. I only kind of wanted to do this job but, when I was done doing the research I really want to go into this career field it is bizarre or fantastic. Now that I have information from researching I am going to be putting guidelines together for success. The next steps are for me to start taking classes in high school that will go with this career.
Are you wise about your finances? Have you done the proper planning to meet your future financial needs, like your children 's college funds or your retirement? Sure, no one can tell the future, but it wouldn 't hurt for you to be prepared financially for it. Plan today and worry less about the future. If you haven 't even thought of financial planning before, it 's time for you to start your own personal project on financial planning, and this article will give you the basics to get started.
I am not here to prove that college is for everyone but, as you will see in this paper, I will explain why I chose to further my education. To obtain a degree will better my chances for promotion in my current career. Did you know that if you were in a promotable career and you had a degree, your chances for advancement nearly double? I love competition; especially if I can earn more money while competing. If that involves having a degree to compete for that top spot, then that is what I am going to do.
When it comes to choosing a major in college, it is important that you pick a major that you will enjoy working in for the some part of your life. How does one make that decision? There are several different factors that play a role in choosing a major; or there was for me at least. When I looked into business for my intended major the first thing that came to my mind was not if I was going to enjoy working in some kind of business environment because I already new I would like that. Instead I looked at other aspects or values that a business degree offers.
Entrepreneurs seeking money must gain the trust of potential investors, and potential investors must evaluate the personal credibility of entrepreneurs seeking their money. Company insiders will always be closer to a company's checkbook than investors and company insiders can always find ways to enrich themselves at the shareholders' expense. Monitoring sales and expenses and having an adequate accounting system help, but, by no means, makes oversight flawless. Consider the recent and widely-publicized bankruptcy of Enron. While employees were prevented from selling their shares and investors were fed flawed accounting, high-ranking members of the management team found clever, and not so clever, ways to enrich themselves as the company sank.
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