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Can anyone please tell me what kind of jobs are available after completing Certified Financial Technician (CFTe) Program from IFTA? Also please tell me that which books are good to refer for level 1? What is the difference between CMT and CFT, and which one is better?


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Can anyone please tell me what kind of jobs are available after completing Certified Financial Technician (CFTe) Program from IFTA? Also please tell me that which books are good to refer for level 1? What is the difference between CMT and CFT, and which one is better?

go for an mba finance from a good institiute there'e no age limit and many places give 1 year full time or part time courses. You'll have much better job pospects and future promotion prospects.

If you're looking for a job after CFT or CFA (better prospects imho) dont really meant much without an mba.
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currently I appeared for CA Final Gr2 and also appearing for CS Final. And I want to enter into capital market field thats why I am looking for CFT. Now tell me job prospect for me.
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currently I appeared for CA Final Gr2 and also appearing for CS Final. And I want to enter into capital market field thats why I am looking for CFT. Now tell me job prospect for me.
well im not a professional councilor but so i dont really know whether cft will help you but you can go for cfa. If you clear CA final and CS i think probably CFA would compliment you.

CA and CS is great please dont misunderstand me but i really think mba finance is the best way ..... most of the large investment banking houses, equity research and portfolio managment depts of banks and FI's its mostly the mba finance guys who have the best prospects
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How to get CFTe Certification books/material to read for preparation of exam
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syllabus is given on IFTA website .
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CMT is definately a superior and more popular program. although a tad expensive and difficult in comparison.

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