What does an Equity Research Analyst do?
Equity research analysts have a comprehensive background in financial markets and work under financial managers, providing them with recommendations about investment decisions. They gather the needed information to develop a complete picture of a business’s other investing options and specifically focus on securities investments including bonds, options, and stocks.
Equity research analysts produce reports outlining relevant considerations and making their recommendations. They meet with management and explain their conclusions and often specialize in a particular industry to continually monitor the conditions. Equity research analysts create reports, conduct research, analyze financial information, and make predictions regarding financial matters, and present findings in meetings utilizing strong communication and analytical skills. Equity research analysts need a bachelor's degree in business, finance, economics, or a similar study area.
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Equity Research Analyst Career Path
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“Good for short term prospects and to start career”
“bad work and life balance”
“quality culture and good learning experiences”
“Quality work and healthy work life balance”
“Vertical growth is quite difficult.”
“Networking opportunities are great.”
“didnt have too much training for an analyst; felt like I was just a regular intern at times.”
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