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You don't just want smart people to manage your money, you want smart people you can trust -- who are comfortable with the 21st century culture of transparency, not the 20th century secretive approach.
To provide a glimpse of what your life might look like if you pursued a career in portfolio management, we've interviewed three professionals in the field to see how a typical workday goes.
Successful long-term money managers, Whitney Tilson says, share 16 traits, divided equally between personal characteristics and professional habits.
One of the most coveted careers in the financial industry is that of the portfolio manager. Portfolio managers work with a team of analysts and researchers, and are ultimately responsible for making the final investment decisions for a fund - or asset-management vehicle.
Money is something everyone needs to survive. Yet it can be daunting trying to figure out how to budget and save money. Money managers make the job a little easier for clients by offering advice on where to spend cash and how to save it. These professionals require specialized knowledge and training.
Managing money has never been easy, but over the last five years, all portfolio managers’ abilities have been tested to the maximum.