Friday, January 20, 2017

Here is a company I really want to work for

‘How To Become A Stockbroker In Canada’

“Stockbrokers must have a background in finance or business, so getting a degree in those areas during post secondary (sic) is crucial. Like (sic) we listed above, paper trade while your (sic) learning to hone your skills, and learn as much as you can about the markets. While in college, contact firms for possible…”

The filmmakers left out: Proper grammar and punctuation not required.

In title: Long-standing rules say prepositions and articles are not capitalized.

“post secondary” should be “post-secondary.”

“Like we listed above…” Should be “As.”

Use of “your” two times in same sentence with different meaning for each. First “your” should be “you’re,” as in, “while you’re learning.”

If I were investing, I would insist my broker understands and uses proper grammar. I would insist on accuracy, too.

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