I wanted to share an exciting update on my academic journey. Recently, I passed a significant milestone in my doctorate program—a module titled "Progression to DBA Research Stage." This module has propelled me into the next phase of my studies, where I will be diving deep into my DBA thesis. As a passionate researcher in the field of algorithmic trading, I am thrilled to have the opportunity to explore this captivating subject further. In this blog post, I will discuss my research proposal, the progress made thus far, and my anticipated path for the next three years. As part of the module mentioned above, I had the chance to craft a comprehensive research proposal. Titled "Research Proposal for Algorithmic Trading," this document lays the foundation for my DBA thesis. It outlines the core concepts, objectives, and methodology that will shape my research in the coming years.
Financial advice is a profession that is heavily regulated in the EU. There are two basic modalities to practice the profession of financial adviser, the first is through association with a financial institution and the second through the formation of a company. What leads to being a dependent or independent financial advisor respectively. This article explores the training requirements for financial advisors. It also outlines the necessary steps to practice as an independent financial advisor in the EU, which require obtaining a financial license and forming a company in a European jurisdiction.
My motivation to specialize in finance is due to my interest in investment in the stock market. It is something that I have been doing for a few years and I want to expand in the personal and professional field. However, the knowledge acquired during my MBA is not enough to fully develop a career in financial advice, complementary to my professional development as a director and engineer.
Last February I submitted the last dissertation for my MBA at University of Bradford. Naturally it was the master thesis or Management Porject, a work that took me a solid year to accomplish. I'm specially proud of my last piece of work "VIX as Predictor Variable of Stock Market Returns", a culmination of my specialisation in finance.
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