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Any CFA's here? I could use some input.

Started this discussion. Last reply by kevin Feb 24, 2013. 6 Replies

Hello gentlemen,     If there are any Chartered Financial Analysts here maybe you all could give me some advice. I am graduating from my university this coming May. I actually have been recruited to…Continue

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Trevor Anonymous replied to Jason M.'s discussion Welcome! Now...what do you carry? in the group Concealed Carry Club
"They're awesome pistols for sure. I hope your search goes well!"
Feb 28, 2013
Trevor Anonymous replied to Jason M.'s discussion Welcome! Now...what do you carry? in the group Concealed Carry Club
"Smith & Wesson 38spl airweight bodyguard. Silver with black handle. Crimson trace laser. I like the reliability of wheel guns, and it's sort of a family thing. We all get our concealed when we turn 21. My pistol was a 21st B-day gift from…"
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Every gentleman should be able to adequately protect himself and his family from ruffians’ intent on doing harm. This group welcomes anyone who takes pride in their second amendment right to keep and bear arms in a legally concealed manner.
Feb 28, 2013
kevin replied to Trevor Anonymous's discussion Any CFA's here? I could use some input.
"I didn't used the Elan as a study guide so i can't really comment on that. I just bought their practice questions and mock exams. But based on the quality of those I'd probably say the notes are likely just as good.... I know…"
Feb 24, 2013
Trevor Anonymous replied to Trevor Anonymous's discussion Any CFA's here? I could use some input.
"Thank you! Lots of helpful stuff here. I've read that Elan notes seem to be preferred over Schweser. Do you think one seemed to be more concise than the other, or did you have a preference? Aside from that, thanks for the input! "
Feb 24, 2013
kevin replied to Trevor Anonymous's discussion Any CFA's here? I could use some input.
"First off, I'm not a CFA charter-holder (you'll learn when you study the ethics portion you're not supposed to use "CFA" as a noun or call yourself "a CFA") I only passed level 1 and I don't think I'm…"
Feb 24, 2013
Trevor Anonymous replied to Daniel's discussion Paying off student loans
"I agree with son, even if the largest one has the highest interest rate (which is a bummer) I would knock out the smallest one or two as fast as possible. Or even at once if you have the ability. Then I would put all my effort into overpaying on…"
Feb 23, 2013
Trevor Anonymous replied to Trevor Anonymous's discussion Any CFA's here? I could use some input.
"Sounds consistent with what I've heard about understanding the principles of all the sub-topics. Which books are you using, and do you find them to be pretty clear and helpful?"
Feb 23, 2013
Mike M. replied to Trevor Anonymous's discussion Any CFA's here? I could use some input.
"I've been thinking of signing up to take the CFA I exam.  I've talked to some friends who have done it, and I've borrowed some of their books to get a start on preparing.  They generally didn't take any courses and just…"
Feb 23, 2013
Trevor Anonymous replied to Daniel's discussion Paying off student loans
""I still live at home and I am thinking that once loans are all paid off I can start saving for a big down payment on a condo and finally be debt-free." I would try to save for the condo at the same time. Who knows how much longer…"
Feb 22, 2013
Trevor Anonymous replied to Daniel's discussion Paying off student loans
"The percentages above were an oversimplification, and it typically seems to be much more than .0XX% more expensive when consolidating. Especially when paying monthly because that adds up over however many years one is repaying. Though I agree that…"
Feb 22, 2013
Trevor Anonymous replied to Daniel's discussion Paying off student loans
"There are really different schools of thought on how to repay. Though you had subsidized loans, I'm guessing the government stops covering the interest once you graduate as they will to mine, is that correct? Will they continue to cover your…"
Feb 22, 2013
Penelope replied to Trevor Anonymous's discussion Any CFA's here? I could use some input.
"Is it multiple choice or writing? If you can accurately score yourself, I recommend studying alone with practice guides. Sometimes the best are published by the testing authority. If the format of the test is such that you cannot accurately score…"
Feb 22, 2013
Trevor Anonymous replied to Nathan DeParis's discussion Ford Ranger Question
"What is you definition of ride nice? I worked at a tire shop for the first 3 years I went to college, and I can tell you that they usually won't make a drastic difference in your ride quality. Though horrible tires can, it isn't too…"
Feb 22, 2013
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Any CFA's here? I could use some input.

Hello gentlemen,     If there are any Chartered Financial Analysts here maybe you all could give me some advice. I am graduating from my university this coming May. I actually have been recruited to an investment advisory firm not too far from where I lived prior to coming to college, but my role will be sales initially. This company emphasized to me that this role is only permanent if I want it to be, and I could move into analysis at some point. Anyway, my questions are as follows.Q: I want…See More
Feb 22, 2013
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