Is gunn-allen good place 2 learn?

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Feb 7, 2007 8:38 pm

IM NEW 2 REGISTERED REP AND WISH TO LEARN AND GET ADVICE FROM THE PROS:MY SITUATION AND QUESTION IS AS FOLLOWS:IM IN MY 30'S AND HAVE 10 YEARS  SUCESSFUL SALES EXPERIENCE,BUT NO FORMAL EDUCATION IN FINANCE OR ACCOUNTING.I HAVE RECENTLY SEEN ADS FOR IR LEADING 2 SEIES 7 LICENSE,SOME FIRMS IM CONSIDERING ARE GUNN-ALLEN.WILL I GET ENOUGH  TRAINNING  2 PASS MY LICENSE AND BE SUCESSFUL IN MY TRANSISTION TO BROKERAGE BIZ,LOOKING FORWARD TO YOUR ADVICE?

Feb 7, 2007 8:44 pm

I suggest you cut back... Apparently one 'lude is enough two downs effects your communication skills.


Mr. A


Feb 7, 2007 9:13 pm

"IS GUNN-ALLEN GOOD PLACE 2 LEARN?



Creating a topic that is phrased like that then writing in all capital letters is going to get you crucified on this forum. If you really want to receive some valuable information I suggest you take the time to turn the caps lock off.

Feb 7, 2007 10:02 pm

Good place "2 LEARN" what? Spelling? Grammar? Proper use of

punctuation? Constructing coherent sentences and cohesive paragraphs?



Try that question again in English and maybe you'll get proper answers.

Feb 7, 2007 11:52 pm

Your writing style suggests that Gunn Allen would be an excellent home for you.  Good luck!

Feb 8, 2007 1:09 am
joedabrkr:

Your writing style suggests that Gunn Allen would be an excellent home for you.  Good luck!





PRIMERICA might be more his style.

Feb 8, 2007 1:53 pm

Edward Jones upper management sounds like a perfect fit for you!


You may try the compliance dept also!


 There advertising dept may try to steal you away but stick to your plan for upper management!


You are a shoe in  

Feb 8, 2007 2:14 pm

Their not there.


Think of Heirs. Heirs get theirs!


Think of here, where? Here, there and everywhere!


Mr. A, You're English learner


Feb 8, 2007 11:21 pm

Go for it..