Some Career Advice For An Aspiring Value Investor

Career Advice A readers asks:
As a brief background, I’ve been extremely interested in value investing since 2008. I decided to make a career switch (from media to finance), and so got an MBA, after which I joined the sell side, covering consumer staples for a great senior analyst in Paris. My goal was to learn how to do value added in depth research (as well as modeling etc.), and then move to asset management and investing down the line. At this point (I’m 28), I’ve been doing this for 2 years, and have 2 . . .


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