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  2. I spent ~5 yrs on the sell side getting my own coverage in a financial services niche. Moved over to the buyside over 5 years ago to help build out an equity platform in a primarily credit shop (with a nuts and bolts operating business). The idea being to ...

    34 comments26 Mar 2020 -

  3. Hello everyone, Just trying to get a feel for Point 72's Academy 2019 recruitment process. I submitted my resume and got Hirevue a day later. After completing the Hirevue I was then invited to an "exclusive summer networking night" at Point ...

    126 comments6 May 2020 -

  4. Mod Note (Andy): #TBT Throwback Thursday- this was originally posted on 10/17/12. To see all of our top content from the past, click here. Deciding to Recruit For the Buy Side Most of my friends are going into banking. Not because pitch books and road sho ...

    289 comments6 May 2020 -

  5. So hedge fund "genius" David Einhorn is down 18 percent this year, even though the S&P is up 5 percent. Last year, his fund gained 2 percent while the S&P gained 22 percent. He slightly underperformed the market in 2016, while getting cr ...

    124 comments15 Nov 2018 -

  6. Hey all, Before diving into this I think it makes sense to at least give some context and background on me personally just so we're all on the same page. The general gist of what I am curious about from anyone with experience is the goal of getting s ...

    46 comments6 May 2020 -

  7. GS /MS/ JPM Investment Banking SA to MM PE Buyout Analyst (~$2Bn Fund) Been a lurker on WSO for a while now so thought I'd give back to the community and answer any questions about starting in PE as an analyst, hours, nature of work etc Investment Ba ...

    28 comments9 Oct 2019 - Analyst 1 in PE - LBOs

  8. Dear WSO community, I have been looking but couldn't find anything on King Street Capital Management on this forum, although they are one of the biggest hedge funds in the world with ~$20B AUM. I understand they are a special situations / event-drive ...

    34 comments28 May 2020 -

  9. Well... this market is fun! Worst week since the crisis followed by the biggest single day price gain in history... Question I have here, is the bounce back driven by: a) A waning of the fears over the Coronavirus? b) A bounce back because the market was ...

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  10. Hi guys, I'm a 1st year analyst at a L/s equity hedge fund based in NY metropolitan area with around $400mm AUM in a very small office. I got this gig straight out of undergrad (target school, not the best GPA) after 3-4 internships during school. AM ...

    30 comments6 May 2020 -

  11. Leaving the buyside

    Hedge Fund

    Mod Note (Andy): Each day we'll be posting the top WSO forum posts of 2014. This one was originally posted on 2/23/14 and ranks #26 for the year by total silver banana count. You can see all our top ranked content here. So everything comes full circl ...

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  12. A career in the hedge fund industry is one of the most desirable careers in finance. Money is undoubtedly the greatest attraction to careers with hedge funds, with analysts making $150k and then some. Portfolio managers often make north of seven figures, ...

    101 comments18 Apr 2018 -

  13. 13 year old trader

    Hedge Fund

    I am making this thread because I am so passionate about trading and I'm doing everything in my power to network to finally get an internship in the hedge fund industry. I even built a LinkedIn bot to send out my cv to Portfolio Managers. Would also ...

    32 comments6 May 2020 -

  14. DontMakeMeShortYou's blog I work as a long/short equity analyst at a large hedge fund. I've been lucky enough to be more than just a model monkey early on in my career, but have also been exposed to the stress of being measured on returns. I pri ...

    214 comments29 Apr 2019 -

  15. Mod Note (Andy): Best posts of 2014, this originally went up April 2014 ***To wrap up our conversations on life at a hedge fund (as an associate) we reiterate that this what you should expect if you have an IB background and move to the buy-side at a hedg ...

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  16. I'm starting FT at a MM investment bank in San Fran. I've got some experience investing personally and in a college club, and I have a close mentor who is a hedge fund manager. If I were to take the hedge fund route, what would be the best path( ...

    160 comments6 May 2020 -

  17. Hedge funds get all the glory... and now they're even going to get all the press, courtesy of the JOBS Act, and I'm more than excited to see who thinks they actually need to advertise to bring in the flows. However, while a hedge fund is structu ...

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  18. Hi everyone I completed a pitchbook which presents a thesis on shorting high loan-to-value Canadian mortgages. My research claims this trade opportunity is comparative to John Paulson's shorts on subprime mortgages which he established from 2005 to 2 ...

    59 comments6 May 2020 -

  19. Mod Note: Each day we'll be posting the top WSO forum posts of 2014. This one was originally posted on 5/29/14 and ranks #36 for the year by total silver banana count. You can see all our top ranked content here. I've been reading WSO for a whil ...

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  20. I need some advice. I'm a recent graduate from a nontarget looking for FT roles. About me: sub 3.5 overall GPA, Over 3.5 finance GPA. Was in school's honors program for finance majors. Did some IM work. Received school's highest honors for ...

    167 comments20 Oct 2019 -

  21. Hello everyone, I am a freshman attending Dartmouth- majoring in economics. I am focusing my future on finance, whether it be working at a hedge fund or private equity. But I've read and have been told a few times that I won't be able to make it ...

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  22. Mod Note (Andy): Throwback Thursday- this was originally posted Feb 2009 Since there aren't any decent/active discussions on the HF forum, I figure I start a thread highlighting the good, bad, and ugly aspects of working at a hedge fund. This is base ...

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  23. Hey guys, roughly how much can one expect in base pay from a multibillion dollar long/short hedge fund for an analyst coming out of banking? I've searched the threads but many were outdated. Any rough idea of total compensation in a typical year woul ...

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  24. Thanks WSO / My Story

    WSO Success Stories

    Over the past 2 years, I've read only a handful of "success stories" on here about non-target kids breaking into Front Office roles straight out of school, and I've thoroughly enjoyed every single one; I've read some of them sever ...

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  25. It was a standard Sunday for JRMM- Woke up entirely too early, ate breakfast, watched SportCenter, then had to kill time before the start of day 4 of the tourney. I had just gotten home from hitting golf balls and was about to firmly plant my ass on the c ...

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  26. Should you sell your Apple shares? With shares skyrocketing 30% to record highs in the last quarter of 2010, a total of 22 hedge fund managers with sub 5% stakes sold out of their Apple positions to the tune of over 1.6 million shares. Is this just a case ...

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  27. Does anybody know where I can find a comprehensive list of New York based hedge funds? Preferably grouped by investment strategy and AUM? Many thanks. hedge fund managers New York City While a comphrensive list of hedge funds does not exist, GrayPools off ...

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  28. I will be spending the summer interning in NYC and am curious what interesting things I should take advantage of. Hoping for atypical things to do (i.e not "seeing the Statue of Liberty"). Places to check out, things to experience, places to eat ...

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  29. A good friend and former sports teammate that I've known since junior high school started up his own alternative investment fund (by starting up, I mean legally establishing a fund) in late-2014 and has asked me if I am interested in joining as a &qu ...

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  30. TBT: Originally posted August 2012 One of the biggest problems with having large corporations as clients is that there's so much crap you're not allowed to invest in actively in order to prevent any potential allegations of insider trading. Ther ...

    85 comments25 Nov 2014 -

  31. Alright, so can someone tell me if I'm missing something here? My friend graduated a few yrs ago from a complete non-target in Connecticut, and immediately got job offers from MM banks in Conn, and now after being there for a year has moved into a He ...

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  32. How much would a 1st year at a $1.5B aum hedge fund with about 20 guys expect to make? Small Hedge Fund Associate Salary Your salary will largely depend on the size of the hedge fund that you are working for considering the 2% and 20% structure. However, ...

    42 comments6 Apr 2018 -

  33. I just watched "The Town", and I want to work in Boston one day (Think 10 years down the line). Except for pension fund management, and a certain large endowment fund, I can't really think of much out there. I only ever faced two hedge fund ...

    48 comments6 May 2020 -

  34. Emergency Physician to Consulting

    Management Consulting

    Hi all, I am a practicing emergency medicine doc trying to leave the field of medicine. Though I could list all the reasons, I feel for now it is sufficient to say I have invested significant time into reaching this decision and am quite confident in it. ...

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  35. I just read a story in the New York Post about a 17 year old kid from New York, Mohammed Islam, who is said to have made $72m trading stocks and commodities. I'm usually skeptical about these kind of stories, but this one seems hard to make up. I don ...

    39 comments6 May 2020 -

  36. Ideas? Websites? Where do you guys get your info from to generate investment ideas? Not just for ideas, but I daily check dealbook, wsj, abnormal returns. honestly I need help and when hedge fund interviews start i want to be able to have 2-3 stock pitche ...

    114 comments12 Apr 2019 -

  37. I know this has been covered previously, just thought I would bring it back up since I'm considering this program. How is this program viewed from perspective employers? Without prior buy-side or equity research experience would this program be a goo ...

    89 comments3 Jun 2019 -

  38. Turing Pharmaceuticals, led by former hedge fund manager Martin Shkreli, upped the price of Daraprim from $13.50 to $750 per pill after acquiring the marketing rights. Not surprisingly, this instantly made him "the most hated man on the internet / in ...

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  39. Mod Note (Andy): AMA/Interview Tuesdays! Email me ([email protected]) if you'd like to do an AMA or interview for WSO My background is working in a high yield/distressed trading desk as a research analyst and trader, before making the move to a ...

    73 comments11 Jan 2014 -

  40. I personally would hate to wear a tie EVERY single day. Is wearing a tie the norm in the finance industry? I know a few places or regions where the lifestyle is very laid back and ties are not required unless you have to meet with a client or something. I ...

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  41. Hey all, just wondering where associates/2nd year analysts typically exit to from shareholder activism type IB groups. I know activism defense advisory is offered by some BB and EB banks and was curious if most stay in IB or eventually try to land at an a ...

    24 comments29 Jan 2020 -

  42. L/S Equity Path?

    Hedge Fund

    What is the best path to break into a L/ S Equity HF? Is it better to start at IBD or ER? What are the best L/S Equity HF in London? Thank you. hedge fund United Kingdom ...

    30 comments6 May 2020 -

  43. The PE career path

    Private Equity

    I'm trying to get a better gauge of the careers in and out of IB. While the 2 year stint in PE out of IB seems very lucrative/prestigious blah blah, it seems like most shops kick you out after 2 years and you're expected to go to bschool. Some q ...

    54 comments12 Jun 2016 -

  44. Can you have a public social media account such as Instagram if you have a career in banking, or any other finance field, and post pictures of your lifestyle, yourself, etc. Will people in the industry see this as something bad or will it not even matter? ...

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  45. Feel free to ask me anything. I will be on starting at 1pm to answer questions for a couple hours, then will check the post periodically over the next week for new questions. Thanks,-Keith. Bio: Keith R. Weiner is the President of Suvretta Capital Managem ...

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  46. I've been a frequent reader of WSO for the past few years and I thought it might be helpful to anyone interested in a similar career path as mine. I definitely gleaned a lot from others here so hopefully I can answer some questions people might have. ...

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  47. What are some of the perks you guys have heard of that a BB or MM provides its employee. I'm not talking about just discounts, but things like car service, meals, etc............. For example like my first Internship was at a MM investment bank and e ...

    258 comments6 Mar 2017 -

  48. Just curious, how hard is it to start a one person, personal hedge fund? About how much would it cost? This has been done recently by a Wharton Grad who interned at DE Shaw. So it can be done. I recall him saying he is the President, Manager, and only inv ...

    219 comments10 Oct 2016 -

  49. 15th Annual New York Open Your Heart to the Children Benefit looks like something big. I just happened to find this and the online ticket sales are closed. If I have to miss this one, I think there will be tears on my pillow tonight. Update: went and drop ...

    34 comments6 May 2020 -

  50. Execution traders

    Hedge Fund

    Hello everyone, I was hoping that someone in the industry or with more knowledge about it that I, could discuss the role of execution traders. Would it be a good position to take out of college at a hedge fund? I am interested in pursuing a position I wil ...

    73 comments10 Oct 2016 -

  51. Most l/s hedge fund analyst job postings ask for a company analysis/pitch example for an investment idea you've had. Some specify to keep it to 1-2 pages, but others are open ended. Does anyone have any examples they can share of a company pitch for ...

    78 comments3 Jun 2018 -

  52. Just found out where the first year Moelis LA analysts (total of 6) got jobs: 1 to KKR 1 to Silver Lake Partners 1 to TPG Capital 1 to TPG's new special situations group (ex GS-SSG guys) 1 to Carlyle Last analyst is still interviewing with a number o ...

    61 comments11 Apr 2018 -

  53. Mod (Andy) note: The much anticipated BlackHat interview is here (see part 1 here). Questions came from myself and members of writing and intern teams. BIG thanks to BH for his really in-depth/quality/quick responses. I promise all of you will have some g ...

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  54. Was asked this at a HF interview. What is your thought process when determining good shorts and what are key items you look for. Also, how do you determine what kind of position to take and how should you adjust/change your position if the market goes in ...

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  55. The more I learn about David Einhorn, the more I admire him. Not only does he run a veru successful hedge fund, but he is known as an excellent and ruthless stock picker. He can't open his mouth about a stock without the stock moving. Someone posted ...

    215 comments7 Jul 2012 -

  56. Coatue

    Hedge Fund

    Hi guys, Anybody here knows anything about Coatue? I know it is one of the Tiger Cubs. TMT focus. Equity L/S. Some websites say $3B AUM and some says $5B+, so I am not sure. It is also quoted couple times by one of the top 10 funds in the last year or two ...

    44 comments7 Aug 2019 -

  57. Equity Research out of MBA

    Equity Research

    Hi everyone, I was recently accepted to the MBA program at Stern and am considering equity research as a post MBA path. I have a passion for markets, and while I am not so keen on the idea of focusing on one sector, I recognize that ER positions are a via ...

    63 comments9 Feb 2017 -

  58. Which industry within finance is most rewarding for people with strong brain power? I am wondering where the most analytical skills are needed and where people can really shine with good quality work instead of being the hardest working one. So, generally ...

    35 comments24 Mar 2020 -

  59. After about five years in S+T at various banks and buyside shops, I am starting up a hedge fund based in NYC and focused on Asian markets. Most of the securities we trade are OTC equity and currency derivatives. We commenced trading with 10 million usd in ...

    26 comments6 May 2020 -

  60. I've just finished my finals for the summer semester at my college, and my gut feeling tells me my Financial accounting course won't go so well. I entered the final with an A, but might come out with a B+, which is equivalent to 80-84% (GPA 3.30 ...

    23 comments6 May 2020 -

  61. I have a first round interview at a distressed debt fund. Any thoughts on what first rounds look like? I'm currently an analyst in a restructuring group at a bank with some decent deal experience, so I assume I'll get asked about what I've ...

    113 comments13 Dec 2016 -

  62. If I had an internship at a small HF freshman year in London, how would that look? I am interested in hedge funds as a future career but have no experience. Would back office at BB such as Barclays help get an internship at a hedge fund as a sophomore? he ...

    33 comments6 May 2020 -

  63. Some of these messages are very old but I'm going to answer them anyway b/c I'm in a helpful mood. Question: How would I know what the career path for [this particular hedge fund]? Every fund has their own "career path"...it just depen ...

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  64. David Tepper grew up in a middle class neighborhood in Pittsburgh, PA. He became interested in the stock market after observing his dad, an accountant, trade stocks during the day. Following high school, he enrolled in the University of Pittsburgh, where ...

    26 comments6 May 2020 -

  65. Is it possible to go to a macro fund (or any hedge fund for that matter) from a sales role? Will certainly be difficult I understand, but not even from macro sales? From my understanding that's the most market-related sales role...? What's an ea ...

    72 comments22 Jan 2018 -

  66. Hey fellow monkeys, I have a job offer at a hedge fund (>25bn) straight out of undergrad. However, it is for operations and it lasts 16 months. What do you think?- how does this set me up in the future (b-school, other FO roles)? hedge fund to Tuesday, ...

    31 comments12 Feb 2017 -

  67. Hey everybody I was researching for good hedge funds to work for in Toronto and I came across a post where several were mentioned. Does anybody know how well "Gluskin Sheff + Associates" fairs? I have read a lot on the BB banks in TO but seldom ...

    32 comments6 May 2020 -

  68. Hi everyone, I am considering transferring to Duke from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor). I have already thought about this choice based on cost, fit, and the like. I want to get your perspectives on whether or not I should transfer based only on ho ...

    32 comments6 May 2020 -

  69. Hi all, Trying to put a list of hedge funds who invest primarily or have a team that invests mainly in Real Estate- debt or equity doesn't matter. Names that come to mind so far: Och Ziff Davidson Kempner Fir Tree... Go ahead keep adding, thanks! Rea ...

    35 comments5 Aug 2016 -

  70. I was talking to some folks around the office and somehow Putnam or Wellington got brought up in the conversation. Someone immediately said that "asset managers don't count." Is this a common view in the hedge fund world? hedge fund asset m ...

    53 comments23 Jan 2015 -

  71. There's a lot of mystery surrounding hedge fund internships. Are they available to people who don't have connections through family and friends? How do they stack up against other finance internships? Are they viable when the end game is investm ...

    29 comments6 May 2020 -

  72. Hey guys, I've been interested in distressed / special situations investing for over a year now, did an RX banking internship this last summer and didn't get a return offer, decided to post-pone a year to recruit for summer internships again. Gi ...

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  73. 1) What is the path to getting into a global macro fund?- What BB S&T desks would be the best starting points?- Or would banking-> PE-> global macro be feasible at all? 2) Besides Moore Cap / Paulson & Co, what is a list of the best ones? 3) ...

    107 comments10 Oct 2016 -

  74. Where do these people live if they work in financial sector in CT? Do they commute from NY City (one-hour commute each way)? Do they live itself in CT? How about anyone live in Westchester County, NY and commute to CT? hedge fund- United States- Northeast ...

    30 comments6 May 2020 -

  75. Hi WSO, I would like some advice on next steps in my career. My background is typical 2 years BB IBD and 2 years PE. Recently received two HF offers, both are long/short fundamental shops that are focused on long-term and not quarterly/momentum runs (1-2 ...

    51 comments8 Apr 2015 -

  76. So for example. They didn't do the whole Ivy League to BB to HF and work their way up or lateraled. Like managers that worked in a completely unrelated field and then got into hedge funds and investing. I know it's not unheard of in the Venture ...

    34 comments24 Aug 2016 -

  77. For those laid off

    Investment Banking

    Tis the season to be laid off, tis the season to be jolly. Given the recent (and upcoming) slaughter in IB, I want to share my story with the simple message that things will and do work out. I was til recently a 3rd analyst at a BB. I was communicated bac ...

    22 comments6 May 2020 -

  78. Hi, Georoge Soros, Stanley Druckenmiller, David Tepper, Bruce Kovner.. the list may get stretched if one fine comb the internet patiently.... however, The pattern is that none of them are value investors! Seth Klarman, one of the icon of value investing, ...

    51 comments31 May 2017 -

  79. Mod note: Blast from the Past- "Best of Eddie." A big hat tip to The Reformed Broker for finding this gem. Imagine becoming a hedge fund manager with no formal training whatsoever. It's the dream of every early finance major at some point. ...

    34 comments4 Jan 2014 -

  80. Obviously a lot of people in finance travel into the city from the suburbs. I was just wondering what do you guys do on the train to and from work? hedge fund ...

    41 comments6 Apr 2015 -

  81. how is UVA viewed on the street

    Business School and GMAT

    How is the recruiting from UVA? finance wise IB /hedge fund is it considered a target? I would be transferring, as a sophomore but then would have to apply to Mcintire what happens if you dont get in? How hard is it to get in? Social life?. hedge fund uva ...

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  82. I am looking for experienced partners for starting my commodity futures fund. Individuals should have very good intellect and hedge fund knowledge. I am very intelligent myself and well versed with the laws and statues governing such alternative investmen ...

    19 comments23 Jan 2019 - Anonymous Monkey

  83. Mod (Andy) note: The much anticipated BlackHat interview is here (see part 1, part 2). Questions came from myself and members of writing and intern teams. BIG thanks to BH for his really in-depth/quality/quick responses. I promise all of you will have som ...

    39 comments7 Aug 2012 -

  84. Working for Uncle

    Hedge Fund

    I'm a rising junior at a target university interested in eventually working on the buy side, for either a PE firm or HF. My uncle (same last name) runs a HF out of chicago and has offered me an internship for this upcoming summer, and has also talked ...

    25 comments6 May 2020 -

  85. I have an interesting question for you guys and want to hear people's opinion on which path might be better. I have a feeling that everyone will say path 2 but just wanna throw it out there. The goal is to start a hedge fund in 5 years and lets assum ...

    27 comments6 May 2020 -

  86. 29-year old "hedge fund" boss Frederick Scott pled guilty on Friday to fraud charges alleging his entire hedge fund operation was fictitious and that he bilked investors out of $1.3 million. He claimed to be the youngest African-American hedge f ...

    33 comments17 Sep 2013 -

  87. I have my 2nd round finance interview with Bridgewater, a hedge fund in Westport, coming up this month, and I wanted to know if anyone had insight on how it works, or what to expect from them. I have heard it is a rather argumentative environment, and no ...

    75 comments10 Oct 2016 -

  88. Mod (Andy) note: The much anticipated BlackHat interview is here (see part 1, part 2, part 3). Questions came from myself and members of writing and intern teams. BIG thanks to BH for his really in-depth/quality/quick responses. I promise all of you will ...

    36 comments14 Aug 2012 -

  89. I recently obtained an interview with a hedge fund called Element Capital Management in NYC for a summer internship position. From what I understand its a macro fund, mostly quantitative, and around 4 billion AUM. Would appreciate it if anyone has any mor ...

    21 comments6 May 2020 -

  90. Have you ever asked yourself if my job didn't exist what else would I really enjoy doing career wise? Or have any of you ever thought about pursuing other interests possibly post MBA or after you have some finance experience on your record? Investmen ...

    60 comments14 Jun 2016 -

  91. One of the things I hate most about banking is the high pressure / stress that gets put on the analysts from the rest of the team. I honestly think I could deal much better with external stress (ie: from markets), but I have a suspicion that hedge funds m ...

    51 comments25 Mar 2013 -

  92. Hey all, WSO has given me a lot of information about the Hedge fund, Investment banking, Private equity, and Venture Capital industries. WSO actually help me get an internship of my dreams as a freshman (VC fund in SF). I cannot seem to find much about Mu ...

    62 comments3 Jan 2012 -

  93. Origami Capital

    Hedge Fund

    Hi. Origami Capital does a couple of info sessions at my school. I don't know much about them, and their website doesn't have much info on them. Anybody willing to enlighten me? hedge fund ...

    24 comments3 Feb 2020 -

  94. I am interested in some statistics of the long term finance career path. What are your estimates? (1) Among the first-year analyst class, the percentage of those who are still in finance at the age of 40. (2) For those who went to PE after analyst years,b ...

    69 comments21 Jan 2013 -

  95. Lets assume I run a bank and my stock price has fallen from $100 to $85 dollars over the period of 1 month. As the bank CEO/CFO/Treasury, why does it matter what my company's stock price is, in the public markets? It's not like investors are dir ...

    25 comments3 Jul 2016 -

  96. ***Note: This is a summary type post and is broad in scope, the sections are outlined in BOLD so if you have no interest in the overview you can skip to the interview section etc... Good luck to all of you starting (or doing) hedge fund interviews right n ...

    37 comments8 Mar 2014 -

  97. I recently read Kyle Bass' investor letter and also watched a video that featured Michael Platt on Bloomberg TV and in general think both guys are absolutely brilliant. Watching them and following Bass for a while got me thinking.. Who do all of you ...

    48 comments28 Dec 2011 -

  98. FT Offer in Hand, but...

    Job Search Advice

    Hi, fellow monkeys. I just wanted to seek some advice. I did a MO SA at a semi- BB last summer and have a FT offer in hand. I'm a senior at an NYC non-target, 3.8 GPA. Recruiting season has been rough and despite talking to anyone and everyone and ap ...

    20 comments6 May 2020 -

  99. Best books on hedge funds, in-depth explanation of strategies, big players, history, day to day responsibiltiies, etc Any input would be great. thx. hedge fund book ...

    41 comments5 May 2017 -

  100. I'm trying to decide between an MM investment banking associate position and a hedge fund (>10bn) equity analyst position (post MBA). The IB position salary is known but since hedge fund analyst salaries vary widely, I wasn't sure what to exp ...

    13 comments31 May 2019 -

  101. Has anyone made the jump after one year and would like to comment on some of the things one should consider? Any advice on recruiting for immediate start positions? I talked to all the well known headhunters including Dynamics / SearchOne, and I'm pl ...

    31 comments23 Feb 2018 -