Securities & Commodities Vs. Life Insuran

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Jun 23, 2005 9:16 pm

I left my old job now i have an oppurtunity to do one of 3 things actually



1- Do Both Securities & Commodities Sales at a brokerage

2- Become an equity trader

3- Work at new york life doing insurance plans, etc...



All offering me attractive offers, not sure what to go with. WHat do u
think has a greater potential short term and is easier to work at and
build?




Jun 23, 2005 10:27 pm

unfortunately, if you're looking for short term results, insurance would be the easiest

Jun 24, 2005 5:51 am

This is a stock jockey board. Any information you receive will be biased towards brokerage. Better to ask this at a more balanced site.


Best is if you can offer both. Insurance never goes out of style, but it's useful - and profitable - to have brokerage capabilities during boom times. But thank God for insurance sales during 2002-03...

Jun 24, 2005 11:40 am
PantsGoBrown:

This is a stock jockey board. Any information you receive will be biased towards brokerage. Better to ask this at a more balanced site.


Best is if you can offer both. Insurance never goes out of style, but it's useful - and profitable - to have brokerage capabilities during boom times. But thank God for insurance sales during 2002-03...




I agree with Pants.  Change 1) to "securities & insurance".  You will be better served and so will your clients.