New Guy with a Relatively New Question

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Hello Everyone,


I am a Honors student from the Kelley School of Business (Indiana University) looking for a full-time position in ER in NY with a 3.7+ GPA in Finance and Accounting. In other words, non-target student from Chicago trying to sneak into NY's financial world. To compensate for this, I am driving out to NY to meet with alumni and try to get my name in the door. I have already scheduled multiple meetings with almost all BB banks.


I'm pretty sure I have my stock pitch down, which is Activision Blizzard (ATVI). It's structured as 3 points - macro trends (quantitative) to industry (quantitative) to firm specific (qualitative).

However, I wanted to know if I should mention ANY technical analysis in my interview. Personally, I have been managing my own portfolio for 5 years and I feel that I may some decent insight on the market compared to my peers. I learned to mix fundamentals with technicals but I'm not sure if I should do so in an interview for a fundamentally oriented position.