I am currently at a toppin a finance rotational program and will be going to LSE this fall for a MSc Accounting and Finance. I already have a CPA and am thinking about studying for the CFA, as I am interest in / .
My question is, do you guys think it's worth it (in terms of money and time) to pursue a CFA Charter if I already have a Masters and a CPA? I am currently studying for lvl 1 but I feel that a lot of the material is irrelevant to what I will be doing (ethics for example) and honestly all this studying is burning me out.
Is a CFA charter aor would it be sufficient to read books to get the technical knowledge and just perform well on the job?
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