Financial Analysts Journal - FAJ

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DEFINITION of 'Financial Analysts Journal - FAJ'

A financial publication circulated by the CFA Institute. The Financial Analysts Journal (FAJ) includes a variety of financial research reports from financial experts and CFA Charter holders that is largely oriented towards the field of investment management. The FAJ was started in 1945.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Financial Analysts Journal - FAJ'

The Financial Analysts Journal is peer reviewed and published six times a year. The articles presented are generally of a technical nature and are aimed at practitioners. Other publications of the CFA institute include the CFA Digest and the CFA Magazine.

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