I'm a 16 year old from Canada trying to map his life. I enjoy finance, math, economics and that sort of stuff. A couple of months (9) ago I read Michael Lewis's The Big Short and have been obsessed with Wall St dealings ever since. I would really like to become an investment banker for some sort of financial institution, preferably (but does not have to be) on Wall St. I'm just looking for some advice from people who have worked at financial institutions to see if this is even possible as a career path.
Just for context, I'm 16, live in Canada and go to a pretty regular High School. At said High School, I take all the recommended courses for university and all the advanced math I can. I will not attend a Ivy league school and will go to university in Canada. I know a lot for my age about the 2008 meltdown, and the most advanced thing I've done on this subject is read through a CDO prospectus.
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