This will sound stupid, but I’m sad. I really didn’t expect passing, and seeing that practically everyone in this forum is at/above the 90% line I feel myself ashamed, that I - comfortably though -but “just passed”.
And since I don’t need to retake, I probably never will get to know those areas of the material, which I did not internalize perfectly. I’ll never be an expert in GIPS, or never deeply understand the minimum variance hedge ratio.
Nope, I was so relived that I have finished the tourture. I have some many meaningful stuffs to do besides CFA exam, and I feel like my past three years were no life besides working and preping for the exam. No CFA exam for me, no more. I’ll start to pick up my life and treasure my family and friends.
Moosey my sincere advise is to buy a good financial modeling course such as “Breaking Into Wall Street” and start studying that. You will feel better as you will be applying CFA level 2 Equity and Accounting knowledge extensively in this course.
I was actually considering that exact course. Now I’m just doing some VBA coding course, to beef up my excel skills a bit, but yeah financial modeling and valuation is where I’m planning to invest a bit of time.