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The job of a Securities Analyst (SA) is to research and evaluate companies to find out their profitability, look for indications of growth and expansion and make a projection of the company's future earnings and on the basis of their observations and advise their clients on which securities to buy and which to sell. The job of a SA is linked to the stock market with the Bull market leading to hiring and Bear leading to layoffs. An SA can find a job in a brokerage firms, security firm, mutual and pension funds, investment banks and merchant banks. An SA can start a consultancy as well. A few colleges where one can study are:

  • Institute of Company Secretaries of India, New Delhi. Course: Post-graduate in Capital Market and Financial Services
  • International College Of Financial Planning, New Delhi. Course: Post Graduate Diploma in Securities Analysis & Trading
  • The Institute of Capital Market Development, New Delhi. Course: PG Diploma in Fundamentals of Capital Market Development
  • Bombay Stock Exchange Training Institute, Mumbai. Course: Certificate courses run periodically
  • Institute of Financial and Investment Planning, Mumbai. Course: Diploma in Financial and Investment Planning (Correspondence)
 
 
 
 
 

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