Philip Fanara is the author of The Stock Market Outsider: Becoming a Billionaire and is a Certified Internal Auditor with a career broadly spanning multiple business areas. He possesses over 10 years of investment experience, over 5 years of corporate audit experience, and several business-related degrees and certifications. The strategy detailed throughout his book was developed after devoting years to analyzing market data, psychology, and his past trading successes and failures.
He earned an Associate of Science in Computer Information Technology from Louisiana State University at Alexandria, a Bachelor of Liberal Studies in Business from Louisiana State University at Alexandria, and a Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in Internal Auditing from Louisiana State University.
He obtained the Certified Internal Auditor designation in 2010 and scored within the top 50 worldwide, receiving the William S. Smith Certificate of Honor Award. Later he was certified in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA) based on his experience and education in the auditing profession. He also passed the Uniform Investment Adviser Law Examination (Series 65). Currently he is pursuing a graduate certificate in Data Mining from the University of California – San Diego. To ensure neutrality in his articles, he is not an Investment Adviser, does not provide financial advice and does not manage client funds.
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