Pros: Make your own schedule, potential for very high income.
Cons: Stress caused my client emotions and market volatility.
A typical work day includes making 25 quality contacts with clients and prospective clients. I learned a great deal about patience, persistence, publicly-traded securities, and preparing (financially) for the future. Management exists mostly at the home office. You will hear from management when you need to schedule more training or if you need additional coaching to meet performance expectations. The hardest part of the job is learning to handle rejection and developing the patience to deal with and resolve the misinformation that most individuals receive through media in regards to the economy, markets, and investing. The most enjoyable part is obtaining the trust of clients, seeing them succeed financially.