All of the following is assuming that I want to take the HF route long term. Is it helpful to take the IB analyst at a BB route to become a HF analyst? I hear that this is the most popular path because it is seen as "paying your dues" and there is useful knowledge gained, but is there any knowledge gained here that's worth the two years, or that you wouldn't already learn at a HF? Or would it be more helpful to grind a little more and get an HF job out of undergrad, perhaps at a smaller HF?
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