“To become a CFA” shouldn’t use CFA as a noun. This whole article is a violation. Quiz: Is it our ethical responsibility to now advise BizWeek now?
That rule is a true stupid rule, in my opinion. It might be because I’m not a native-English speaker, however, referring to a noun (Chartered Financial Analyst) as if it is not a noun but an adjective, is very stupid. I’m open to listening to the rationale for that, can you help me?
We discussed this article yesterday in the “General” CFA Discussion forum… http://www.analystforum.com/phorums/read.php?1,1247225
yes. we typically do not mingle with the commoners.