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Basically I'm looking for a short yes or no answer to this question. I want to become a stockbroker but I don't have a degree in any field? Is this going to be a non-starter for me or is there the possibility to train from scratch?
I'm thinking about paying for one of these home study courses from the Internet but I don't want to drop a load of cash on one and spend ages studying at home only to find that I can't actually get a job as a stockbroker because I don't have a degree.
I've read on a few job sites that they are only interviewing candidates that have an appropriate degree in finance. Is this just the policy of the individual firms would you say or it a degree essential for a stockbroker?