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Hey all,

I've already had multiple interviews with PMs and Analysts, answering everything from a mock case analysis, what stocks I would buy, what stocks I would sell, accounting, etc.

Just wondering how the next round with CIO/founder might be different...would they ask the same type of technical questions or total curveballs? (never had a interview with CIO before).
Also, if they ask me for long/short recommendations again, is it alright to use the picks I mentioned in previous rounds or should I only mention new picks?

Any help will be greatly appreciated!

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Comments (2)

  • Ricqles's picture

    usually my interviews with the CIO were actually the easiest...you probably passed all the tests and CIO is just looking to see if you are a normal guy. And yes, it's perfectly fine to mention old picks. If you can't use it then a lot guys on CNBC would lose their jobs.

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