Introducing Myself - 24 year old student


I just wanted to introduce myself, as I just joined and the starting message mentioned I should.

Currently I am a student in Cleveland, Ohio, and I will be graduating in December. After some changes in majors over the years, I finally know I want to be doing equity research.

I have stumbled across WSO a couple of times in the past while trying to figure out what I wanted career wise, but a friend of mine recently urged me to join WSO and really take it seriously.

Well I guess that's all for now, If you have any advice for a finance student in their senior year, I would love to hear it, or really any advice for that matter. Thanks, and I hope you all have a fantastic Sunday.

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Feb 4, 2018 - 5:33pm

Captain R, shame nobody has responded. Maybe one of these topics will help:

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Maybe one of our professional members will share their wisdom: @Yu-BAI" @Claire Thornhill" @Mamarcosmgm17"

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