Studying to become a Chartered Financial Analyst® usually requires lugging around a lot of books. Stalla Mobile CFA Review contains everything you need to learn every CFA topic — and can even inject some fun and excitement into the daily grind. Continue reading
D-day for Level I and II June 2012 is over, and for better or worse, hopefully you’ve gotten through the worst of your hangover by now. If you didn’t make it this time, don’t take it too badly. Hey, if you retake, you now have hundreds of hours pre-preparation over the rest of the candidates, so it’s looking much better this time around! Continue reading
As this is no ordinary exam, the high failure rates mean that there is significantly more disappointment than the average qualification. Also, CFA candidates tend to be from the overachiever pool - i.e. not used to failing, so the disappointment can be much more crushing. I had my own experience in this in Level II, as you may know.
Here are the steps you should take if you didn’t manage a pass this time around: Continue reading
Apologies in advance for the negative nature of this post, but I feel that failure in the CFA is not an area that’s covered enough - people don’t like talking about it, perhaps. That’s exactly why I feel that sometimes it should be addressed properly.
Besides the basic degree and professional certifications like the CFA charter, I also pursued Taekwondo, mostly as a teenager. As I progressed to more senior levels I competed in a few sparring sessions. Continue reading