Hi all. Currently a second semester sophomore trying to get ready for the upcoming recruiting season. My concern is that right now, I don't have enough knowledge on the fixed income side of things. I have a basic understanding of things such as the yield curve, spreads, etc, but I feel as though I'm missing sides with regards to fixed income and some of the smaller intricacies. Any advice or suggestions on brushing up on this area would be much appreciated. I recently got Fabozzi's Fixed Income guide and have been working through that these past few weeks.
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