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You didn't pay cash, but you paid for it. And you could have paid a lot more.

Cox's dream looks to be ruinously expensive.
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Your dream looks expensive.

 

It's true. My martinis did cost those girls a pretty penny.

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Your dream looks expensive.



You guys can always join the military and then go to school for free if you don't want student loans.  My MBA was free ninety-nine.
my friend is in the national guard and he gets paid and gets tuition. Wow.
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Has anyone made any MLK or Inception jokes yet? Because now would really be the time.
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Does this tie work with both navy spring/fall sportcoat fits and not-quite-CBD suit fits?  My gut says yes, but second opinions wanted:

 

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isn't it a bit too dark of a green?

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I think the lighter color of the neats may make it sufficiently spring-y.  For fall odd jackets and non-CBD suits it's gorgeous.  Who makes it?

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The CFA is only really valuable if you're going to be a portfolio manager. Most of the knowledge gained is not really applicable to many other jobs. It looks very good on your resume though.

"Working on Wall Street" is fairly broad. I was referring more to investment management. CFA is important for PM, analyst, research and very helpful for sales.

A person needs to have a general idea of what they want to do before determining if CFA or MBA is worth the investment (time or money).
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I walked in to my closet to see which suit to wear today and felt a desperate need for more since all the suits had been worn this week and were in recovery mode. 

 

182.170.

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A person needs to have a general idea of what they want to do before determining if CFA or MBA is worth the investment (time or money).

Absolutely. I work around a couple people who are trying the "get it first, figure it out later" method. Probably doomed to fail. I think one or two are intelligent enough to pass the exam, but not intelligent enough to put it into practical application and have success.

If that makes sense ...
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I think the lighter color of the neats may make it sufficiently spring-y.  For fall odd jackets and non-CBD suits it's gorgeous.  Who makes it?

 

Calabrese.  It's dark for CBD, but (hopefully) not for slightly more casual use.  

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Define "casual", heldentenor.
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Calabrese.  It's dark for CBD, but (hopefully) not for slightly more casual use.  

If CBD, I think darker would be better. That tie would be good for CBD but not so good for less CBD.

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Not only do I think that is a very nice tie, I think that it will work for both of your intended purposes, helden.
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Not only do I think that is a very nice tie, I think that it will work for both of your intended purposes, helden.

This. You silly academic types overthink everything
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