Financial Intelligence Between Analyst Qualifications Controversy And Emerging Financial Markets Efficiency (Jordan Model)


The Research aims to Financial Intelligence and Financial Intelligent Analyst as one of the most important contemporary issues in the field of finance. The subject search through the test controversial relationship between the qualifications of a financial analyst and efficiency of financial markets (Jordan Model), across testing three hypotheses. The results of the first hypothesis indicated to the existence of significant relationship statistically significant between the qualifications of a financial analyst in one side, and between them and the efficiency of the emerging market on the other. While the findings of second hypothesis confirmed the existence of significant effect of analyst qualifications to provide the requirements of the emerging financial markets efficiency, and the third hypothesis confirmed the findings of a significant effect of the qualifications of a financial analyst in improving the efficiency of emerging financial markets, as part of the requirements of the efficiency.