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Your guide to become a Stockbroker in Malaysia

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Who is a Stockbroker?

A stockbroker or securities sales agent manages the financial portfolio of a client (an individual or company).

A stockbroker or securities sales agent manages the financial portfolio of a client (an individual or company). On the advice of investment analysts, a stockbroker discusses with the client which shares to buy or sell to get them the best return on investment. Stockbrokers earn a commission on each transaction they handle.

A stockbroker or securities sales agent manages the financial portfolio of a client (an individual or company). On the advice of investment analysts, a stockbroker discusses with the client which shares to buy or sell to get them the best return on investment. Stockbrokers earn a commission on each transaction they handle.

The pros & cons of being a Stockbroker:

Pros

Good earning potential

High job security

Career advancement opportunities

Cons

High stress and long hours of work

Some times you have to deal with the irate clients

Health of the market impacts your finances

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