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4 days ago

Investment Consultant San Francisco CA

TD Ameritrade San Francisco, CA

• They follow-up on leads sent by various business partners and serve as a single point of entry for all of the client’s needs and desires… TD Ameritrade


21 days ago

Investment Consultant San Mateo CA

TD Ameritrade San Mateo, CA

• They follow-up on leads sent by various business partners and serve as a single point of entry for all of the client’s needs and desires… TD Ameritrade


30+ days ago

Investment Consultant

TD Ameritrade Walnut Creek, CA

• They follow-up on leads sent by various business partners and serve as a single point of entry for all of the client’s needs and desires… TD Ameritrade


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TD Ameritrade President, CEO & Director Fred Tomczyk
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    The worst experience of my career was working as an Investment Consultant at TD Ameritrade.

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    Former Employee - Investment Consultant in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Investment Consultant in San Francisco, CA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at TD Ameritrade full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Traditional Financial Advisor jobs are usually 100% commission. TD Ameritrade offers a competitive salary with quarterly bonus potential. Access to RIA firms for referrals and networking.

    Cons

    This job has zero to do with investment knowledge and advice. It is a telemarketer job and you are expected to be on the telephone all day. Management records your telephone calls and criticizes every mistake you make. There is zero positive reinforcement or learning, extremely negative culture. Micromanagement is unbelievable. Area manager was always sending me messages through internal Instant messaging asking why I had so low contacts for the day. They did not want you having face to face client meetings because it took too much time. They want you on the telephone contacting more clients.

    Advice to Management

    Stop lying to potential employees. Tell them the truth up front, you'll save time and money by having less turn over.


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