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Finance and Management Information System(MIS) double major or Finance and Applied Economics?0JessC.2012-07-31 16:46:02
I am graduating with a Finance major. I am planning on getting a double major in either Applied Economics or MIS. Either way i graduate in the same semester as planned. I really like Finance, and that is the industry I am gonna go into and hopefully become a financial analyst (Sell-side analyst to be more specific). The dilemma I have is whether to do my 2nd major in Econ or MIS. I know Econ might be a little redundant with Finance, but its Applied Econ and gives an overall macro idea/theories of the economy and how to analyze trends. However, MIS will let me be the middle man between Finance professionals, and the techies who know IT etc. The tech industry is booming, and will continue to grow along with Finance. I was looking to focus my career at companies like Scottrade, Harris Corp., e-trade maybe even IBM etc. that use finance (traded publicly) and IT. The whole reason behind me getting a 2nd major is to have 1 up on the numerous (and rapidly) increasing finance majors (specially financial analysts). I don't mind either subject- MIS or Applied Econ, and I put my mind to whatever it is I study (theoretically and practically) I would greatly appreciate your help.
Econ major: minor in geology or double major in finance or geo?0Alden2012-09-06 11:33:03
Particular economic aspects that I like are the product markets and resources, and the relationship of monetary policy and global trade them . I'm studying to be an economic analyst and someday I would stick with commodity markets and futures and speculating its S & D. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus The school I'm transferring to not offer a major in finance, but do so in Geology / Earth Science ( and several other sciences , including environmental ) . You can also double major in economics and finance MedlinePlus good or geology ( or another science that influence these markets ) . MedlinePlus What seems to be the best course of action for me ? MedlinePlus Geo / earth sci minor or a double major in finance or any geo science / earth?
God bless you guys ( for Finance major students or anyone who is smart in Finance)?1raven braswell2012-11-04 08:43:02
In a developed economy, financial transcations occur in a variety of markets. The following statements describe several common fianancial operations . Indicate which of the types of financial markets that are best described the transaction. George used the online brokerage account to buy 2,000 shares of Heffernan Inc. They are: 1 . Money Market. 2 . Primary market. 3.private market Active market 4.physical Active market 5.financial a farmer agrees to purchase 10000 bushles wheat at a price of $ 4.80 per hushel , six months from now. the transaction is an exchange commpleted requlated , as the Chicago Board of Trade. is Market 1.secondary 2.money market 3.futures market Active market 4.financial 5.spot market Agent has told Jerry that he can buy up to 10,000 shares of Farva Co. ' s initial public offering (IPO ) this week . is 1 . private market 2 . secondary market Market 3.primary Active market 4.physical 5.money market Carol calls his broker and instructed to immediately buy 500 shares of Tyson Co. , which trades on the NASDAQ stock exchange . 1 . Tangible market 2 . Primary market 3 . The capital market 4 Money market 5 . private market
What is the best major if I wanted to be a stock broker or trading? Economics, finance, or something else?3cowluvr2012-08-11 17:58:01
I know economics and finance go hand and hand. I would like to do the occupations I said above. I heard both are good, but I'm not really sure what to pick. Other careers I would like to do is perhaps budgeting(down the line when I want to do something that is less hectic). Thanks in advance.
Should I major in Finance?0Asheley2012-10-20 03:19:30
I'm debating whether to pursue significant funding , and take elective courses to increase my GPA , or do a double major (half credit ) in finance and marketing . I 'd like to do an MBA in the energy and natural resources management , and work in the oil and gas after graduation. I am interested in business development , business operations and strategic development / analysis. I was also considering the energy / commercial product . Not sure if there is a preferred combination is important , but I am currently in my second year in college and I have interned in business development and I'm doing an internship in marketing / information systems of accounting firms more important this summer . Does this uncompetitive from my " significant financial " if you had to ? Or do employers often emphasize significant? MedlinePlus Also, I had an interview with a Canadian company to higher energy a cooperative position , do not seem to put too much importance to the same degree , however , the interview could not have gone better , and my interviewer congratulated me afterwards, saying it was very impressive and insightful , and it was definitely one of the top 3 candidates . However, the position (working in a company with E & P Canada , economic impact / finance , and collaborating with Total E & P Canada ) , was an MBA candidate ! I was crushed . Anyway, I just focus on increasing gap combination (double concentration) , or simply keep a large Finance ? I mean , it's a gamble , I guess , there is a chance he could do quite well , but not sure if I should supplement my studies of marketing! MedlinePlus Thanks :)
Should I major in Finance?0Muskan2012-08-03 07:32:02
I'm debating whether I should follow only significant funding , and take elective courses to increase my average, or do a double major (half credit) in finance and marketing. I like to do an MBA in energy and natural resource management , and oil and gas work after graduation . I am interested in business development , business operations and strategic development / analysis. I was also considering the energy / commercial product. Not sure if there is an important combination that has preferred, but I'm currently in my second year in college and I've admitted to the business development and I am doing an internship in marketing / information systems of accounting firms more important this summer. Is this less competitive from my " significant funding " if I had to do it ? Or do employers usually place a significant emphasis ? In addition , I had an interview with a Canadian energy company choice for a cooperative venture of the position, did not seem to put much interest in the same degree , however , the interview could not have gone better, and my interviewer complimented me afterwards, saying I was very impressive and insightful, and was undoubtedly one of the top 3 candidates. However, the position ( working in a company with E & P Canada , the economic / financial , and collaboration with Total E & P Canada ), was a candidate MBA! I was crushed. Anyway, I just focus on the combination of GPA boost ( double concentration ), or simply following a Finance? I mean it's a gamble , I suppose, there is a chance that I could do very well, but I'm not sure if I should support my studies in marketing! Thanks :)
This question is for Finance Majors ( answer in layman terms please!) because this my first class in finance..?1Ayden2015-10-12 02:27:18
if a company is currently trading at $ 43 per share and earnings over the last 12 months were $ 1.95 per share , the P / E ratio of the population would be 22.05 ($ 43 / $ 1.95) .. . Can you tell me step by step how to get to this answer ?
This question is for Finance Majors (answer in layman terms please!) because this my first class in finance.?0Rachel2012-08-21 10:15:02
if a company is currently trading at $ 43 per share and earnings over the past 12 months were U.S. $ 1.95 per share , the P / E of the population would be 22.05 ($ 43 / $ 1.95) . .. Can you tell me step by step how to get to this answer ?
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Do the Paul's fail at finance and economics?3Robin (bobpurseley2012-10-15 10:34:02
The Paul's want to eliminate fiat currency, taxation on income, and default on all of our Treasury Bonds. First taxes are not what the government spends, it is what the government has already spent. We get the initial cash from selling Treasury Bonds. By walking away from our debt we burn this bridge. Further taxation on income controls inflation caused by government spending, as do servicing treasury bonds. Also replacing the dollar with a basket of things considered 'legal tender' will do nothing to control inflation or deflation hampering our economic growth. As our money supply will not change necessarily in tandem with our raise in GDP. Disrupting our trade. Do the Paul's not see the economy and the world economy are very different from what they were 200 years ago? And even 200 years ago there were problems with currency ie the great deflation that crippled European industry for over 100 years?
Finance Degree- financial risk management?0Robert2012-09-14 15:24:02
Ive almost finshed my two degrees one is international trade , the other is the financial risk management .... MedlinePlus MedlinePlus So international trade i know the works that could be applied to financial risk management do not know ... Is it possible to get an accounting job with a finance degree ?
I bought a car in may, now the dealership says the finance co. won't finance what are my options?1Rica17172012-09-23 14:16:03
They have already sold my trade-in , and are trying to force me to pay the mileage of the vehicle I bought. I have had the car for a month .

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