since a couple of you expressed interest in CAIA, here is the quickest way to learn about it http://www.caia.org/Overview/ http://www.caia.org/program/ I think it will be a good investment for later down the road, also, it is a smaller designation now, if it gets more and more traction, it will be nice to have it under your belt. plus, I dont know about level II or III CFA, but the hedge fund treatment in Level I was minimal
daj, if you look at the profile of port manager or analyst they all have cfa , so passing level 1 means you have boarded right bus
i like this bus then. goal is to be 31 and have CFA and CAIA charters under my belt.
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