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What are your current responsibilities as a stock broker?
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To trade the stock while the time has provide me an opportunity to transact and transfer the securities from different brokerage firm and take all the purchase stock as a venture.
To market companies products and sell stocks.
Trading in the stock market in behalf of the company and the clients.
Manage my clients' assets.
I think stock broker is a high demand role. You not only are responsible for doing transactions like buy and sell for your clients, but you also need to be up to date in the markets and be ahead of the rest on your research. You also need to build your own client list, get to know their goals, and provide the right stock opportunities to meet them. You need to ensure that your client gets a great return for their money.
To manage my clients financial portfolio, whether it be personal clientèle or business clientèle. I will discuss with these clients the correct shares in which they can buy or sell.
To ensure that my clients get the deal that they want.
Initially to onboard new business, clients will have access to our research reports to guide their investment decisions. Then executing trades on behalf of clients and advising on hot stocks and fund allocation.
To improve clientele base for company. To promote company products, that is, stocks and futures. To meet targets of profits and clients set by management.
Help customers manage their stock.