Random but, maybe some of you could learn something new
lol 23 but 5 years in banking. I've also studied banking in school and was sponsored/reimbursed by my banks for several other courses involving banking outside of the bank itself, especially in regards to bank investing. It's sad how I know far more about banking than the majority of my 40 year old managers.
I figure if we are this young (I'm 25) and already investing in companies like YMI, then we are doing pretty well for our age.
It's funny to see the difference between older and younger bankers, especially investment bankers. A lot of upper management would not make it into the industry now that it is so competitive. My theory on the economic collapse is that genius/nerd younger quants were doing stuff that the older/dumber/less mathematically talented had no idea how to understand, but let the quants do their thing because the money kept rolling in. A gross oversimplification, but probably more truth to it than many would like to admit.