If you are preparing for hedge fund interviews, I know the level of exhaustion and stress that you are going through. There are many technical questions to prepare for. Developing and presenting an investment pitch is time-consuming. On top of that, there’s a constant self-doubt of whether you are on the right track with your pitch. But first things first. Before you start your investment pitch, here’s a critical question for you to answer: what’s your investment style?
I’ve written over 30,000 words detailing what it’s like to have an investing career. I’ve laid out the step-by-step process to get a hedge fund job for both experienced professionals and MBAs. What’s the one key takeaway from these guides? Having a killer stock pitch is what matters the most.
Making a strong stock pitch is the way to get your foot in the investment industry. It’s how you can become a professional investor.
Let’s go into the stock pitching process in detail.
This is a deep dive into analyzing and pitching stocks. We’ll go over how to screen for stocks, develop an investment thesis, analyze the company and industry, value the business, and assess the catalysts and risks.
A lot is taught on investing theories and frameworks in school. But little is said about how investment analysts actually pitch a stock.
If you’ve ever taken a finance class, you’ve probably left wondering: how do I actually put together a stock pitch the way professional investors do?