Levfin is just the bankers you deal with for M&A. Probably the best way to get into PE is be an analyst/associate in a BB's levfin group. Even a MM or Boutique Levfin group is a better way into a good PE fund than regular industry coverage group at a BB. Nothing wrong with commercial banking, pay is still pretty good compared to the general economy, hours are less than IB or PE/etc.
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Yes, with the caveat that you mean that he pay the regular payment (which includes both accrued interest and principal amortization) + additional prepayments of principal and that the word is spelled principal.
yeah i explained that in a later post.
also sofi does not look too great when you check them out on the bbb site.
I really don't think education is too expensive, if you go into a good field afterwords it's worth it. If you majored in film then maybe you shouldn't have gone to uni. Uni is quite cheap in the UK like $15k a year or something and I have tonnes of friends who studied like film or art at shit schools. Why should the government fund people studying bullshit.
Maybe because art isn't bullshit?
Why should people be forced to go into high paying fields they're not interested in because they can't afford to do anything else after school?
Given a 60k+/yr cost for college in the US (less for state schools, but still damn high), why would anyone choose to go into things like community organizing or social work?
While on the topic of spreadsheets, is there some spreadsheet I can copy to keep track of my investments? Nothing fancy, just buy/sell share price and date and dividends.
Also, I think the main problem with some studies is that you study for 5 years funded by the government and then you go straight on welfare for the next couple of years, because you studied something without any jobs. Either they need to admit less to these studies or include some kind of user charge. I'm all for letting the individual study whatever they want and art is important for a country, but it's still problematic when people use 5 years studying for something which will just make them jobless for some more years.
You're lacking it.
Because it's a status symbol?