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Stress

Like any other financial analyst, nothing is certain. You are as knowledgeable about stocks and funds as they come, but there can always be unexpected dips. (Some of these dips may storm unexpectedly into your office and demand to know why they are losing millions of dollars listening to you.) The pressure placed upon you to do your job well and provide positive results can be high, but that's why you get paid the big bucks.

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