I've been reading over these forums and have learned many things, but other things i've read contradict much of what i thought.
As for background, im a Junior in college with a Major in Philosophy and a Minor in Business, I used to be an economics major, but set that aside as i lost interest in learning about it any more. I have experience working as a middle man selling textbooks to students, but set that aside as making 6.5 percent on 50 dollar sales isn't exactly my idea of a good job. luckily i do IT work on campus, so that keeps me happy.
First i'd like to ask, what is the difference between an FA and a Stock Broker (besides the fact that the FA does more than deal with stocks)
Also, lets say I decide to work with EJ, am i, essentially, working from home? I've heard some people talk about offices, then i've read that one guy worked out of his kitchen before they gave him his own office a year later. Are Trainees/Rookies essentially franchising?
Seeing as how I am a junior, i am thinking of interning with an EJ FA but this won't be too soon.