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Sep 1, 2005 10:59 am

It seems to me that 98% of the posters on this site are financial advisors. Does anyone else work for or as something other than an advisor/planner? ex. trader, broker ect?

Sep 1, 2005 11:06 am

I"m a recruiter.  I'll be up-front.

Sep 1, 2005 2:14 pm

i'm not sure,..what is the difference between a broker and an advisor. Nobody really refers to themselves as a stockbroker anymore, (It does not represent a positve image to the investing public). And please anyone....correct me if I wrong, but getting a job as a "Trader" is a whole different ball game. (as far as I know, not an easy job to get), and obviously a completely different career, than an advisor.

Sep 1, 2005 2:42 pm
BrokerRecruit:

I"m a recruiter.  I'll be up-front.



Hence the sign-on, lol.


Money manager here.

Sep 1, 2005 3:05 pm

Exactly. 

Sep 1, 2005 3:09 pm

I'm an "ACAT Specialist"....

Sep 1, 2005 4:47 pm

I am a retired amateur gynecologist.

Sep 1, 2005 4:50 pm
menotellname:

I m a retired amateur gynecologist.





Whoo...that's funny.



Jokes from low IQ folks.  That sounds like what I told girls--when
I was 13.  I guess it gets funnier a you get older, huh?

Sep 1, 2005 10:40 pm
blarmston:

I'm an "ACAT Specialist"....





Nice!

Sep 1, 2005 11:31 pm

I am a famous adult entertainer.

Sep 6, 2005 1:50 am
moneyadvisor:

i'm not sure,..what is the difference between a
broker and an advisor. Nobody really refers to themselves as a
stockbroker anymore, (It does not represent a positve image to the
investing public). And please anyone....correct me if I wrong, but
getting a job as a "Trader" is a whole different ball game. (as far as
I know, not an easy job to get), and obviously a completely different
career, than an advisor.





Actually, an advisor is someone with a series 65 or 66 license which
legally allows them to be "an investment advisor" and receive fees for
advice, a series 7 license is a "stockbrokers" license which allows
them to charge transaction fees.

Sep 8, 2005 11:20 pm

I specialize in tax-losses