MS in physics?
This is pretty random. For some reason, I have always been interested in physics....just seems like a fascinating subject and relevant in most aspects of life. Unfortunately every physics teacher I ever had did not speak English well, so I never got a good education in it. I was thinking of getting my MS in physics, but here are my obstacles:
1) I know nothing about it so I dont know how I would get accepted
2) I generally think education is a terrible waste of money unless it directly gets you into a field you need a degree for
3) I want to do investments...how does physics help you at all?
Is there anybody on this site that has a career in finance (particularly investing) that studied physics? I know some quant funds have physics PhD's, but that is about all.
I am 95% sure I am better off just reading some physics books, but I would appreciate some feedback.