iam frm Biology background(BSc), now looking forward to make a career in stock market, is it good for me? what is the future in this?

after completion of professional diploma in financial market, what are the future jobs will b open for me? and does it includes pure accounting or it is different from it?

0 90 Views | Posted 2011-09-03 00:29:43

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    Mahesh | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-09-03 03:43:26
    Vaibhav.You might be puzzled to get this kind of advice. There is only one difference between stock market and casino. You need 100% luck to win in a casino. You need 75% luck and 25% intuition to win in stock market. The question is.Do you have both? A business school can teach you how the stock market works, but it cannot provide you with the information you need to win in this area. To get a clearer answer, I will strongly advice you to see the 1987 movie The Wall Street directed by Oliver Stone. I will also strongly advice you to see the 1999 movie Rogue Trader. Stock Market is DEFINITELY not for the fickle minded (people who makes drasti... view more
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    Bhupesh | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-09-03 00:41:08
    You can , but make sure you are taking the right path . You should Join MBA finance then you can Opt for it

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