Become A Stockbroker - Financial Advisor

Career Information for Advisors and Brokers - Series 7 Sponsorship

A career as a financial adviser or licensed stockbroker can be very rewarding, and very profitable! People looking to build a career as a stockbroker, Bond Broker or Financial Advisor will find this guide book to be the most informative career book available (UPDTATE: It's discounted Now - see Below). Features such as: How to get sponsored for the Series 7 exam, finding the right stockbroker job, how much can you earn and more.

If you are starting a broker or advisor career, this book will help you. This industry is too large to rely on heresay or what one particular brokerage firm is telling you. We work with hundreds of them - training their employees for the Series 7, Series 6 and other exams. Most firms are not all the same. Your career goals and specialties may not be the same.

Features include:

  • Introduction to a career as a stockbroker and financial advisor
  • How companies hire
  • Brokerage Firms to avoid
  • Discussion of all licenses and ones you should consider
  • Working as an Independent Broker
  • How Large firms and small work
  • Insurance and Investment Product Carriers
  • and More career information....
  • Series 7 Sponsorship
  • Series 6 Sponsor
  • Series 24 Sponsorship

Building a career as a Financial Advisor, Insurance Broker or Stockbroker requires pre-knowledge information in not only the requirements, but understanding truly what it takes to succeed as a broker or financial planner. This book cuts through the haze of the snippets of information you find on the Internet. It not only speaks to how to become a stockbroker, but discusses the types of firms to choose from, the salary to expect, the commission structures and more.

Series 7 Sponsorship and information on how to become an independent financial planner are discussed.

Stockbroker Job and Career Guide
"How to Become a Successful Broker and Advisor"


  • Learn all you need to know to succeed as a stockbroker
  • Build up your resume before you get a job
  • Know the financial firms to work with
  • Exams To Take
  • Best firms to operate as an independent
  • Can you "park" a license before it expires?
  • Markets to work in
  • Securities industry phone numbers
  • List of sponsoring national brokerage firms
  • Become an independent stockbroker with Series 7 Sponsorship
  • History and current trends in the industry
  • Getting sponsored for the Series 7
  • Full Test Outline
  • 100 pages

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Example section from Broker and Advisor EBook

"So you think you might want to be a stockbroker?" Perhaps the most popular area of the investment industry is that of a financial broker or advisor. Although some of you might think that breaking into the business is difficult but it actually is pretty easy. That of course depends somewhat on where you would be willing to work and what you would be dealing in. If you are a young person out of high school or college and can accept less guaranteed money for the potential to make a lot, then the options are limitless.

Pick up any daily newspaper or on the Internet for craigs list jobs and look up ads titled “Stockbroker Trainee” and you will usually see many.

A typical ad reads like this:

“Stockbroker Trainees wanted. Unlimited income. Work with top producers. Be your own boss and build your own business. No experience necessary. Will train and provide Series 7 sponsorship”

Sound to good to be true? Maybe, but the fact is many people have changed their lives by becoming a Stockbroker or any Investment Professional. Brokerage firms that pay their brokers mostly on commission are always hiring. The idea that an unlicensed or inexperienced person will not be able to find a lot of openings is false. The risk that a stock brokerage firm takes when hiring new brokers in minimal.

A stock firm does not pay much in salary. $250-$500 weekly during training is the average. So, if a firm hires someone at $350 a week, the upside to the firm is high. You have to consider the initial loss of income when entering this business. If you are 20 years old, you might not consider that pay in the beginning as that low. Older workers with more personal and financial responsibilities have to consider it a little more"

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