11/27/12

Hey WSJ,

I'm not sure if this is the sub-forum to be posting this question but what the hell.
I am curious as to what major publications or directories investment bankers read on a daily basis. Where do they do their research? Also, what reading material would you suggest for a new wanna be investor.

Thanks.

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11/27/12

You answered your own question subconsciously in the second word of your post.

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11/27/12
BTbanker:

You answered your own question subconsciously in the second word of your post.

lol

11/27/12
sweetmelon:
BTbanker:

You answered your own question subconsciously in the second word of your post.

lol

lmao

11/27/12

Sorry, where would I go to ask this stupid question then.

11/27/12

Your second word was WSJ. Wall Street Journal...

"If it were easy, everyone would do it"

11/27/12

WSJ bro. I'm also a big fan of The Economist for more worldly news.

11/27/12

Big Dogs additionally use services you have to pay for such as Debtwire, Merger Market, Capital Structure, Euroweek and others which are focused in the Big Dog's respective area of expertise.

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11/27/12

I thought they just followed Tim Sykes on twitter?

11/27/12
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