A Conversation with Jerome Lindsey

Share This Post

How did you get into financial planning and investing?

My earliest memories come from hearing my parents and grandparents talk about stocks in casual conversation. As I grew up, I learned the importance of investing and immediately became interested in the field as a career. My goal has always been to help others achieve financial success.

What is your greatest career success?

I am still in the beginning phase of my career — my title is Securities Trader here at Telarray — but I would say earning my bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Memphis has been my greatest success so far. I also enjoyed competing in both the CFA Research Competition and the Bloomberg Challenge while I was in college.

What has been the most significant learning experience in your career?

Here at Telarray, I am fortunate to be surrounded by professionals with decades of experience, and they all say that they are still learning. I am grateful that they preach the importance of constantly learning and seeking higher education. 

When people you have worked with talk about you, what do they say?

They say that I am always up for the next challenge and will gladly volunteer for a project. I bring a positive attitude to my work, and I hope that positive energy helps others in their day.


More to Explore

Gaining a deep understanding the problems that customers face is how you build products that provide value and grow. It all starts with a conversation. You have to let go of your assumptions so you can listen with an open mind and understand what’s actually important to them. That way you can build something that makes their life better. Something they actually want to buy.

Advisor Considerations

One of the most common questions I get is “I’ve got a windfall/life change/more income.  How do I pick a financial advisor?” My first impulse,

Read More

Subscribe Today

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.