Equity Research Super Day

I have some questions about Equity Research if any of you don't mind answering...

What does your typical day-to-day look like?

What is something you wish you knew before going into your equity research super day?  

What technicals would I specifically need to perfect for an equity research super day?

What do interviewers look for in interviewees coming from non-target schools (I've heard the technical questions they ask are harder than coming from a target school)?

If you only want to answer one question instead of all of them, that's fine too, as any input would be appreciated.

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Dec 13, 2021 - 9:27am

If you have time for that, sure. However, I haven't been asked to present a short pitch. Additionally, the problem with having more than one is that you may spread yourself too thin and not know enough about all three companies. If you have the time and resources to generate 3 in depth pitches (1 being short), then definitely go ahead and do that, but I would say to start by focusing on generating one well thought out pitch.

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Dec 17, 2021 - 10:35pm

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