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Covestor average salary is $69,930, median salary is $69,930 with a salary range from $69,930 to $69,930.
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Investment Analyst 69,930-69,930 Boston, MA, 02101 2014 Covestor Investment Analyst Salaries (1)
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  • Quantitative Investment Analyst
    Covestor, a division of Interactive Brokers Group, is seeking a full time Investment Analyst to be based in our Boston office....
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Covestor Information
  • Covestor Inc
  • Industry: Other Investment Firms
  • City: New York, NY
  • Covestor is a new concept originated by a group of entrepreneurs who believe salaried fund managers have no monopoly on investment talent and shouldn't have a lock on the rewards that come with investment success. Coming from the financial services and online world we trust our networks more than our brokers. We believe in democratizing the investment management industry and helping proven self-investors around the world compete with the large institutions.