I am currently working as an Administrative CSR at an insurance brokerage firm. My job is extremely tedious and monotonous. I am often bored to tears. What are types of jobs that involves something like training or coaching or, even event planning, as the job responsibilities? What type of requirements are applied with these positions? Thanks in advance!
I am a trader in business for myself, but would like to take on a more stable job now. I have completed the series 7 and series 3 exams, but all my degrees (bachelors, masters, and doctorate) are in the field of music. Do I stand a chance in seeking a career as a stockbroker, customer service rep. at a brokerage, or other jobs in the financial markets industry?
When do you get taxed on brokerage accounts? Say i open a vanguard account and invest in a mutual fund. I select options to always reinvest dividends, i make an 8?ain on said mutual fund for the year.
- do i get taxed on the 8?ven though i didnt sell the mutual fund?
-are my reinvested divedends taxed?
- if i decide to shift the stocks from that mutual fund to another, will i get taxed for that?
If I work at the brokerage firm can i apply for my series 7? What would be the best degree to get for investing?
Are there jobs out there that do not require cold calling and a mostly commission based salary?
I want to be a investor as my job, i been studying to be a investor for 2 years. But don't have the significant amount of money to do so. And the money that i do have is in a college fund, so i want to get a Bachelors degree in Finance, What jobs would be dealing with investing or stocks?
I need a job badly, but my options are limited. I need a job where I keep very busy but don't have to interact with people much.
Please be kind with your answers.
No, I can not get over my social anxiety. My heavy-duty meds help me barely function in day to day situations. I've tried lots of jobs in the past four years, but my social fear always causes me to not be able to keep the job.
I recently decided to try and take control of my own portfolio and open an online brokerage account. I would like to take at least 20 positions, but that would mean at least 199 dollars in brokerage fees alone. Since I have only about 1000 dollars per month available to invest, how can I diversify without spending close to 20?n brokerage fees alone? I also invest in mutual funds, but I want to try and beat their performance with my own picks, but since brokerage fees seem to eat up so much of my initial investmant, I would really have to hit it big with my picks before I made any money and so far I haven't even recovered the cost of my brokerage fees. Are mutual funds the only way to avoid high brokerage fees? I know that mutual funds charge management fees, but I don't think that it's 20?f my investment. Any suggestions?
I'm planning on going to school for a degree in Finance, but I want to get ahead by getting a job/internship. What jobs/internships should I be looking for? Thank you!
I have a 3 year+ track record trading stocks that I would like to show to employers for trading jobs. The catch is, it is a demo account. Would I be able to play it off as a real account? I have taken it very seriously. If somebody asks it was real, I would probably admit its a demo account. Would they be able to know either way if its real or not by just looking at statements that I printed off the platform?
I'm presuing a finance major and should be done with in the next 1 1/2 to 2 years. What are some jobs a finance major could be looking at? And how is the starting salaries for most finance majors?
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
Work from home jobs that really pay and they do not require a fee for subscription. Like Travel agents or data entry? Does anyone is working on a work from home job?
I am 18 years old, and have applied for a supermarket job 5 times. I put in my application with no mispellings and put my correct information on the applications, all five times. I wasn't even given an interview (not even once). I applied at 3 different supermarkets. I have such little time, and little transportation becuase I don't have a car of my own yet. Those supermarkets are too blame, for not giving me a chance. If one them offered me a job, I would have a car of my own already.
I save up change (coins), and when I have a large amount of change I go to the bank and change them in for dollars. I do have a savings account.
Can anyone give me any suggestions?
Let's say I have bad credit and a minimum wage job - it wouldn't be enough to apply for options trading. But if i claim that i make a significant amount selling things on ebay - even though i don't- i could get access to options trading.
I'm begining to think an English degree is hardly marketable. I am going to graduate in May and I've been looking for jobs, even internships since December and had very little luck.
What's Basel in accounting ? When I look for a job as a financial controller , I keep see Basel as a requirement among others in accounting ?
I just graduated and have a job right now (temporary) making approximately $28,000 until I get into med school. I'm going to be living a relatively low expense lifestyle. I don't have a car payment, and besides basic essentials of life (food, etc) I have a $400/month rent.
What would be your suggestion as far as starting to save money?
Like description says, I am 20 years old, have a few credit cards in good standing, have a student loan I am paying off, have some mutual funds, RRSP, do some self directing brokerage.
My job pays $5500+/month so I am by no means strapped for cash (have worked there for 5 months). I have a large downpayment, could I get a car loan?
I'm a freshman at the University at Buffalo currently. I'm enrolled as an economics major but don't feel as if the teachers are as good and I'm thinking of going to Management and Business. What are the best majors for jobs in the stock market?