I recently graduated with a finance degree from a non target and have a second Interview coming up for a entry level trader position with a small market neutral hedge fund. The first interview was much less complex than I had anticipated. No, mathematical, or valuation questions. Almost verything asked was behavioral. The only finance related questions were like "do you have an investment style you prefer". Should I expect much more technical questions in the second interview? Any advice would be greatly appreciated, particularly on what concepts to focus on. I don't know if I should spend most of my time reviewing general math and statistical concepts or if I should spend more time reviewing common finance concepts like analysis.
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