Is there more to learn?
I work at a >5bn fund in a risk taking seat. I'm not a PM and just an analyst.
It feels like there's nothing more to learn? I've been doing public equities for 4 years. I know how to model (fck that it's relatively useless) and the whole standard
I'm familiar with the stories of the companies within my sector coverage already. I don't really know if there's much more to learn. It feels like once you know the sector/companies you cover - then it's all about what your view is and having intellectual debates with other people on it which is really enjoyable.
I know it's all about whether you can generate returns but in terms of day to day - after awhile, doesn't this get super repetitive? Am I missing something?