|Author||Topic: fixed income trading analyst|
Currently, I'm working as a financial analyst (Corporate finance analyst) in a top tier financial company. However, the job satisfaction is below my expectation and I'm considering a career change (hopefully) after I go to MBA school.
At this point, I want to pursue my future career as a fixed income trading analyst. Could anyone advise if studying for CFA is any value added? or it is just waste of my time and effort.
Many people say that CFA is worth investment of time and money if I want to pursue my career as portfolio manager or investment research associate. I know this is very silly question to ask, but I am totally lost in these days since I started to hate my current job. Someone please advise. Thank you.
CFA Discussion Topic: fixed income trading analyst
I passed! I did not get a chance to tell you before the exam - but your site was excellent. I will definitely take it next year for Level II.