• Series 7: The general securities representative license, this authorizes one to sell virtually any type of individual security, such as preferred stocks, options, bonds, and other individual fixed income investments—plus all forms of packaged products. Basically, this license enables you to sell everything except commodities futures, real estate, and life insurance.
• Series 6: The Series 6 License is designed to assess the competency of entry-level Investment Company and Variable Contracts Products representatives. The Series 6 measures the degree to which each candidate possesses the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to perform the critical functions of an Investment Company and Variable Contracts Products Representative.
• In order to obtain registration as an Investment Company and Variable Contracts Products Representatives, one must pass both the Series 6 exam and a general knowledge co-requisite, the Securities Industry Essentials (SIE)
• Series 63:, Series 63 is known as the Uniform Securities Agent license. Along with the Series 7 license, you must hold this license to do business as a stockbroker or sell mutual funds in many states.
• Series 24 The Series 24 exam measures the degree to which each candidate possesses the knowledge needed to perform the critical functions of a principal, including the rules and statutory provisions applicable to the supervisory management of a general securities broker-dealer
Joe also had insurance licenses relating to life health and annuities. And the American University also provided his CLu, CHFC.>
You may also want to verify that Joe was an Eagle Scout and you may wish to check with the Orlando Sentinal which had an article on Joe saving someone’s life as an Eagle Scout.
Joe never had any arrests and infractions until he came to White Springs and frankly the Town was out to get him from the time he moved here. But we wished for you to have all the information you needed since you are so interested in Joe’s life.
I know you hate photos of Joe, but he was in his 30’s when he was a Stockbroker: