best path for an hedge fund analystSubscribe
Hello people, awesome that it exists a big community like this.
So my question is: Which path can I take to learn the most, be highly qualified and most efficient to work as a hedge fund analyst?
I kinda want to go really in the details, like which schools are good for this? should I take an MBA, masters, CFA?
About my self: I am originally from Norway, after I was done with High School there I started school at Santa Barbara city college. I am currently at my first year and doing an Business Administration, Associate in Science for Transfer (AS-T), after this I want to transfer to a god and affordable college and finish a undergraduate in finance. My current goal is to work as an analyst at a hedge fund here in the US. I have been doing a lot of reading but I have not found a great path I can take. At school I am doing my best, since I had a lot of problems in Norway my grades there was not that good, I have made a lot of progress in school since I came here and think I will end up with a strong GPA. At the same time as I am studying I am always reading, doing research and I have been investing for over 3 years now.
I really enjoy finance and I want to learn the most I can but I also appreciate time, so I dont want to waste my time doing things that wont benefit me for achieving my goal. Thanks for all replies.