Hi everyone! I'm typing this pretty quickly as I'm in a rush; forgive me for any grammatical errors or leaps between ideas. Please take the time to read all of this, as I know that this community will definitely be able to provide a satisfying and excellent answer to my questions. :) I'm new to the forum and have been lurking around reading posts. You are all a brilliant community and I've decided to come to you with my questions about my college choices potential careers. I'm a young, seventeen year old kid with plenty of radiance in my academic background, athletics, and especially community service. I don't mean to brag or come here acting like some bragging prodigy fresh out of high school, but I do have a notable amount of confidence and I am really interesting in becoming a registered representative! Just a few things about me to give you all some factors when giving me advice: I am OBSESSED with the market, especially what flows through its veins, MONEY! I love english and writing, everything about it. I don't plan on becoming a full-time writer, but I have been told I'm good at articulating ideas on paper. I love helping people and giving people advice on money. I had given my brother and a few other people great advice on the colossal climb silver stocks made back through the winter and spring. Enough bragging, back to what I love. I view everything through the eyes of money and cost. When I go out, I keep track of all spending. I view friendships in costs of money, and if they're really worth the fiscal costs, much more than any emotional or moral costs. I think I may be obsessed with money, but the fact that I'm extremely stringent with it may help with becoming a sophisticated and professional registered representative.I apologize for the rambunctious and perhaps selfish gloats I've just written. Here are my questions: Am I the ideal character to be a Registered Representative? Or is another career perhaps more of a match to me?I plan on attending university and dual-majoring in English and Economics with a minor in Finance. Is there a better combination of those majors/minors or would that be enough? (I think Finance should switch places with English) OR, do majors and minors even matter? I plan on going to law school after the first four years... Is that a good idea? Corporate law interests me but I don't think I want to become some corporation's watch dog... Would business school be a better choice?Albeit, thank you all so much if you took the time to read this mess. Thank you in advance for any advice offered!