Cameron Williams

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Title: Marketing Manager, Entrepreneur, and Small Business Owner
Education: Utah State University
Location: Herriman, Utah
Expertise: Investing, stocks, ETFs, bonds, entrepreneurship
  • Nearly a decade of experience working in the financial industry, including banking, finance, insurance, and investing
  • Former investment advisor
  • Passed multiple FINRA securities licensing exams including Series 6, Series 63, and Series 65 licenses

Experience

Cameron Williams has nearly a decade of experience working in the financial industry. A former investment advisor, Cameron is now a freelance writer and expert on investing, banking, insurance, and general personal finance. He studied economics at Utah State University and has also passed multiple FINRA securities licensing exams including Series 6, Series 63, and Series 65 licenses. As the owner of TheMoneyVenture.com, Cameron seeks to help others improve their lives through investing, personal finance, and entrepreneurship.

Cameron began his career working in the finance and banking industry. However, he soon figured out how to generate passive income to meet his financial needs and goals. His business, TheMoneyVenture.com is based on his experience, and Cameron believes that if you are willing to work hard, stick with the right strategies, and stay the course, you can one day be in complete control of your finances, too.

Education

Cameron studied economics at Utah State University. He has passed multiple FINRA securities licensing exams including Series 6, Series 63, and Series 65 licenses.

About The Balance

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