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  2. I have a quick question for any one on the forum who could help. I previously worked as an junior level investment analyst. I could not get promoted, so I left in 2017 to start my own shop. I ran a multi-strategy convex portfolio designed to create asymme ...

    37 comments26 May 2019 -

  3. Full disclosure, I'm biased to the HF path, but have friends at top PE shops. First things first, PE and HF are two fundamentally different career paths. Yes, they're both buyside gigs and both pay extremely well. However, it's the differen ...

    379 comments13 Feb 2018 -

  4. Forbes just released the list a few days back (Jan 9th). What do you all think of the group this year? http://www.forbes.com/30under30/#/finance skylinegtr94's blog hedge funds private equity 30 under 30 ...

    111 comments17 Jan 2015 -

  5. Mod Note (Andy): Best of Eddie, this was originally posted in 2010. To see all of our top content from the past, click here. "The meek shall inherit the earth, but not its mineral rights."- John Paul Getty After a particularly brutal day at the ...

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  6. Many people here on WSO are obsessed with hedge funds and look upon the mutual fund industry with disdain. However, I have seen a lot of misinformation out there on what mutual funds even do, so I wanted to layout the basics of both hedge funds and mutual ...

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  7. So, the age old question...what is more useful for a long term career in finance, the CFA, the MBA, or the CAIA? Wait, a minute, what even is the CAIA? This article will go through the pros and cons of pursuing each of these three certifications. The upfr ...

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  8. CFA- worth it for bankers?

    Investment Banking

    I'm a 1st year analyst in a MM in lev fin and am looking into taking the CFA this year. I've read a lot though that for banking and PE it's not really beneficial. I would be doing it against my banking hours too. The views of any experience ...

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  9. Is it possible to begin a career in wealth management and ultimately transition into PE /HF? An example timeline: Begin at very successful wealth management firm. After 1st year pass Series 7. After 3rd year, attend school for MBA in finance (or related). ...

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  10. Monkeys, As year 1 closes in, I've begun struggling with what I suppose is some sort of quarter life crisis. For many of us in banking, life to this point has been a constant series of "successes"--do well in high school, go to a top colleg ...

    131 comments22 Apr 2016 -

  11. Jorgé's blog Going long a security has always had a wholesome ring to it; it says you believe in a company, you see a bright future for it, you stand by its management, and you back it up by investing in it. Going short however has the stigma of nast ...

    44 comments5 May 2017 -

  12. Hedge Fund Structure Over the last few months I've realized just how diverse hedge funds are, and how little people (both in/out of the industry) understand about the different structures. This is my attempt to distill some of the bigger differences ...

    42 comments12 Mar 2018 -

  13. It's been a while since I posted (sorry @AndyLouis) so I decided to come back with something a little different from my previous posts. I'll continue the E&F posts at some point, but given recent market conditions I thought this was more app ...

    47 comments13 Mar 2016 -

  14. Mod note (Andy): Throwback Thursday, this post originally went up on 4/23/12. Hey guys, so after some encouragement from a few of you guys I'm gonna go ahead and start a bit of a series of posts on my experience in the hedge fund industry, particular ...

    63 comments2 Apr 2015 -

  15. I know a bunch of hedge funds that invest in real estate, but does anyone know of hedge funds that primarily invest in publicly traded REITs and RE related companies? LDR Capital Management is the only I found that is somewhat close to what I'm looki ...

    19 comments3 Aug 2018 -

  16. What are the best IB groups to launch a career at a Private Equity firm or at a Hedge Fund? I have heard that M&A and Lev Fin tend to be traditional feeders into those types of firms. This is all assuming we are talking about a bulge bracket bank. pri ...

    132 comments29 Mar 2017 -

  17. Can anyone already working as an associate in PE give an overview of the private equity lifestyle? Did a search on the forums and could not find anything recent. Looking for details such as: Do you work at MM, FoF, Megafund? What are your typical hours in ...

    94 comments29 Mar 2017 -

  18. mod (Andy) note: "Blast from the past- Best of Eddie" If there's an old post from Eddie you'd like to see up again shoot me a message. What is it about Citi that makes it attractive? I'm all about value investing, and three bucks ...

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  19. So hedge funds is supposedly a vague term, right, referring to entities that invest via like trading systems and things like that. How does the industry do on average? Does anyone have this information? Cause my first thought is they probably just meet ba ...

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  20. Mod Note: Each day we'll be posting the top WSO forum posts of 2014. This one was originally posted on 5/28/14 and ranks #24 for the year by total silver banana count. You can see all our top ranked content here. My background is posted in my AMA (&q ...

    45 comments11 Jul 2015 -

  21. Hi everyone, I'm a long-time lurker on WSO, now seeking counsel from those more experienced. I'm coming here because I honestly have no one else to talk to... I do not want to waste too much of your time so I'll try to keep this short and c ...

    43 comments13 May 2015 -

  22. So I am going to be a sophomore at a target, "HYP-level" school. Ultimately, I want to go into hedge funds, preferably macro. I find their work--and macroeconomics--to be very exciting, and can see myself actually enjoying it. However, I also lo ...

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  23. I did one of these before a couple years back when i was on the sellside, and figured why not do another one since these threads seem to get a lot of traction and provide a lot of useful info for kids. My background:-Discretionary trader at a large hedge ...

    39 comments1 Jun 2015 -

  24. EXTRA, EXTRA!!!! Investor confidence gone! Investment Banks and Hedge Fungs lunch on the little guy! SEC has'em all for dessert! You pay, if you play! Read all about it!!!. Ok...well, maybe I'm in too much of a post Gatsby mind set today, but CN ...

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  25. Prior reading: Hedge Fund: The Investment Life Cycle. Quick background: Penn undergrad- 2 years at AM firm- 2 years at large HF- currently in 1st year at 2-3b long/short HF with heavy emphasis on value. I still had some questions floating around my inbox ...

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  26. Hi All! I'd like to learn a bit more about all of the modeling and MS Excel based spreadsheet portfolio calculation, analysis, and optimization tools that investment managers use in their portfolio accounting, risk management, and pricing / valuation ...

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  27. Anybody made the transition? How were you able to gain the public markets experience needed for recruiting? And how did you get around the stigma from hopping into PE after banking (instead of HF)? Any comments would be appreciated. Thanks! private equity ...

    88 comments6 May 2013 -

  28. The story of John Paulson is absolutely fascinating, the stuff dreams are made of. In less than 5 years, the guy goes from being a mediocre merger arb guy to a personal net worth of $16 BILLION. To put that in perspective, Paulson accumulated more wealth ...

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  29. I work in private equity and have gotten an offer to move over to a prominent long/short equity multimanager hedge fund. I know that I would enjoy the job itself but I'm very worried about getting laid off. The industry seems brutal and there have be ...

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  30. Midas Mulligan Magoo's blog You guys know I love irony and today's post sure does bring a good bit of hardness to the table. In the spirit of the 99% I want to tell you about a fabulous young lady named Niki Marx, who has found a truly unique wa ...

    35 comments7 Oct 2011 -

  31. I'm currently interning at a fund on Madison Avenue. I was wondering where interns hang out after work. Are there any bars or restaurants that interns really "swarm". I'm hoping to find a few cool new people this summer and expand my n ...

    50 comments28 Jun 2012 -

  32. Hey guys, I have two first round phone interviews with Blackstone this week (SA positions) and am hoping to get some insight. One is for their Alternative Asset Management Group (BAAM- hedge fund solutions) and the other is for Real Estate Debt Strategies ...

    21 comments12 Apr 2019 -

  33. Inspired by a recent employer attractiveness survey, Jorge, an obscure yet devastatingly handsome writer for the world's premiere finance community, Wall Street Oasis, has decided to run a survey on who are the most attractive CEO's in Wall Stre ...

    36 comments10 Nov 2010 -

  34. WSO just hit 40,000 members and the last time I checked (minus the trolls and a few odd d-bags) you will probably find some of the most intelligent, entrepreneurial, and ambitious people the world has to offer, all in a single community. The countless thr ...

    34 comments18 Oct 2010 -

  35. The long and short of it is, the Democrat who's been trying to tax HF income at 35% for the past decade may finally get his wish....why? There's no separation of powers in the House....What don't the Democrats get....? When Taxes go up fees ...

    53 comments26 Apr 2010 -

  36. In many ways, I'm a huge hypocrite. It's a terrible character flaw of mine, but one I've learned to live with. And I make every effort to call myself on it when I'm at my worst. I also like to think that I'd do anything for money- ...

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  37. Some of these numbers are just staggering. I remember when the whole world came unglued after Michael Milken paid himself $550 million in 1987. That wouldn't even cover David Tepper's tax bill on his 2012 earnings. That's right, kids: hedge ...

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  38. which one would it be and why? hedge funds ...

    66 comments10 Sep 2010 -

  39. Trading Assistant?

    Sales and Trading

    Hello I have been wanting to be a proprietary trader for 4 years now. I believe i was born with certain characteristics and trading skills necessary to be successful. I have beentrading my own account for a couple years now with good results, and papertra ...

    33 comments6 Mar 2017 -

  40. I've been in the L/S fundamental equity hedge fund world for the last 7 years. I'm a senior analyst with a small team under me at a large, well-known hedge fund. I am often recruited by other funds and/or headhunters to either run a book at a pl ...

    19 comments30 Apr 2017 -

  41. Pitbull Class's blog I looked over this Insider Monkey blog long/short equity hedge fund list and what struck me is how many have shot up to the top in the last year; also, the average holdings is on the small side: 20 stocks or less. As noted, Ms. K ...

    24 comments29 Oct 2012 -

  42. November elections couldn't come sooner for Wall Street. Make no mistake about it, this will be the most important election in decades, if not in history, for the battered and tattered financial sector. With autumn upon us, we get back to business as ...

    28 comments29 Aug 2010 -

  43. So Martin Shkreli showed up on the radio show "The Breakfast Club" with Charlemagne Tha God. Interviewed pharma-bro and they brought up the secret society "Bridger Capital", the Illuminati of Hedge Funds. Shkreli was shocked that Charl ...

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  44. I apologize if this is a stupid question. How do I break into huge funds? Is there a typical age? Work Experience? I apply for my MSF currently apply to all top school. 3.4 with 750 GMAT I am 21 Good Day. ...

    31 comments21 Apr 2016 -

  45. As if hearing Edmundo's question of who is rich, Forbes magazine released their list of the 400 richest Americans. Topping the list as usual is Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates, with Bershire's Warren Buffet in 2nd and Oracle's Larry Elliso ...

    26 comments23 Sep 2010 -

  46. I had an interview the other day and was asked "if you had a list of companies to choose from, without knowing anything about them, and only having financial statements available (and ratios), what are the two metrics you would use to pick a company ...

    36 comments14 Mar 2013 -

  47. I wanted to see what knowledge anyone can share about the firing rates at various types/sizes of hedge funds. I know this will depend a lot on performance in a given year, so it would be interesting to get a sense of what the rate looks like in a good yea ...

    23 comments17 Nov 2014 -

  48. Do you guys know of people who managed to land front office jobs at top bulge bracket banks and hedge funds with a sub-3.5 undergrad gpa and didn't have amazing connections or family wealth? what firms did they manage to get into? GPA hedge funds off ...

    47 comments16 Jun 2010 -

  49. Insane bonuses

    Investment Banking

    I know banking bonuses have been pretty bad this year, but i've heard some numbers for hedge fund guys and was pretty stunned. One guy at a very well-known deep value hedge fund got around $1.5 million and another at a huge macro fund got around $5 m ...

    29 comments26 Jan 2012 -

  50. Hi everyone! Currently I have offers from a relatively good proprietary trading firm (say, DRW, SIG, Optiver) and a medium-sized hedge fund. I really like both of them and it's very hard to decide which is better. Which of them is better for long-ter ...

    28 comments10 Oct 2016 -

  51. Im majoring in Accounting and Computer Science, are these appropriate majors to break into hedge funds? if not, what are majors to tailor made almost to break into hedge funds, and really have a place on wall street assuming not ivy league? hedge funds al ...

    25 comments19 Feb 2015 -

  52. Hi everyone, There seems to be ample information regarding the process behind moving from BB IBD to PE megafunds on this forum, but a dearth of it with respect to the process behind moving to a large HF (Soros, Pequot, Caxton) in a junior PM/junior trader ...

    23 comments29 Jan 2018 -

  53. Hi, As the title says, I hope these questions aren't completely stupid, but basically, I have been developing an interest in value/fundamental investing, and I was wondering about a couple of things: What styles are associated with non-quantitative, ...

    39 comments6 Jun 2011 -

  54. Breaking in to the Buy-Side

    Asset Management

    Coming out of a semi-target, how exactly does one break into the buy-side (i.e. from undergrad)? Do funds or AM divisions have junior analyst or rotational programs? If so, what is typical comp? Of course CFA level 1 would help, but what about staying a y ...

    21 comments1 Feb 2017 -

  55. Ah, the life of a trader. Once a secure path to millions for most, today no guarantee of butter on toast. More potentially bad news for you fixed-income and equities guys. According NYC comp consultants Johnson Associates Inc, trader bonuses may [/embed] ...

    22 comments16 Aug 2011 -

  56. 14 Year Old Hedge Fund Manager

    Sales and Trading

    I came across this kid who thinks he is a great trader on YouTube, and he was able to impress the judges on this TV show where you can pitch business venture ideas and attain seed funding to start a mini hedge fund. ...

    33 comments19 Aug 2012 -

  57. Hat Tip to International Pymp for sending this to me. Very insightful interview with BlueMountain, a great long/short credit fund: BlueMountain Capital Management was one of just nine managers on the receiving end of 38% of all new money put into hedge fu ...

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  58. I have a dilema, First, i little background: I have been in equity research for almost 5 years covering consumer discretionary and healthcare services stocks. My goal is to move to the buy-side, more specifically i want to be in a fundamental-value orient ...

    35 comments23 Mar 2011 -

  59. In this week's issue of "Are You Smarter Than Your Local Billionaire?" we examine a few words from a Mr. David Tepper. Tepper, for those who've been stuck in an Excel template for the last 5 years, is the founder of Appaloosa Managemen ...

    21 comments4 Oct 2010 -

  60. How does the prestige of Mario Gabelli's Asset Management Company (GAMCO), PIMCO, and BlackRock stack up against hedge funds? In general hedge funds>>>>mutual funds but I feel as though Mario Gabelli, Bill Gross, and Larry Fink all carry ...

    20 comments26 Feb 2017 -

  61. Widely considered the creme de la creme of financial institutions, hedge funds are a source of fascination among investors and others alike. Individuals aspiring to make exorbitant amounts of money look up to top managers with dreams of one day running th ...

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  62. What type of reputation do these groups hold on a national level? Obviously they are large and well-known locally and throughout the MW, but what about in NYC, Boston, Greenwich, San Fran, LA? Curious to hear. hedge funds Cargill Salary ...

    19 comments3 Oct 2017 -

  63. John Meriwether (LTCM), Nicholas Maounis (Amaranth), Jeffrey Larson (Sowood), and Philip Falcone (Harbinger) all have something in common: they are Hedge Fund has-beens. Although Falcone's Harbinger Capital has not blown up completely, Harbinger now ...

    18 comments21 May 2012 -

  64. Stanford GSB vs Wharton to transition to <abbr title="hedge funds">HFs</abbr> after graduation? Thank you all for the responses. Stanford GSB Wharton MBA business school hedge funds ...

    14 comments9 Mar 2018 -

  65. Mod Note (Andy)- as the year comes to an end we're reposting the top discussions from 2015, this one ranks #44. This one was originally posted 10/19/2015. If you've seen some of my other posts you know that I'm not a stock picker, deal make ...

    16 comments26 Dec 2015 -

  66. Hi guys, Credit Suisse is recruiting at my school for summer 2013 internships. They asked us to contact the recruiter with our resumes and which division(s) we were most interested in: investment banking, S&T, and research (fixed income/equities). I h ...

    26 comments14 Oct 2012 -

  67. Perhaps one of the coolest guys from the pocket protector posse, James Simons has become an absolute legend in our world of finance, with his army of physicists and mathematicians at the Quant juggernaut Ren Tech, he has beaten and wowed the street year i ...

    19 comments25 Jan 2011 -

  68. If there is one common link between all of us on this site it is the hunger of ambition and the thirst for success. Today, the most successful investor alive, answers WSO's most frequently asked questions. Whether it's "how to break in from ...

    19 comments27 Oct 2010 -

  69. I'm ambivalent towards Malcolm Gladwell's definition of an outlier. Better yet, I have always thought an interesting argument to exist between the best-selling book's two major points. What is better to possess in abundance, luck or skill? ...

    19 comments17 Oct 2010 -

  70. I am current first year analyst at a middle market bank. I have an upcoming call to discuss potential investment banking exit opportunities to hedge funds with someone created his own billion dollar plus fund. The fund is a long-short equity fund, so it t ...

    28 comments7 Apr 2011 -

  71. Midas Mulligan Magoo's blog Nearly 300 new hedge funds opened their doors for business [/embed] in the first quarter of 2011. This is the largest number of hedge fund launches since before the financial crisis, performance and asset tracker Hedge Fun ...

    18 comments18 Jun 2011 -

  72. I'm interviewing at a hedge fund for an operations role ('Portfolio Analyst')...I don't have any modeling experience so I understand why I can't fill a real analyst role in IBD.. however, everyone seems to claim that operations is ...

    27 comments6 Aug 2011 -

  73. Anyone see this? https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2018/08/27/paul... Good read in my opinion. Funny how they tried to paint bush so sympathetic and as if he didn't deserve what he got etc (I guess that's the NewYorker for ya). Thoughts on Elli ...

    11 comments24 Aug 2018 -

  74. More Money Than God

    Hedge Fund

    Anyone read this? It covers the history of hedge funds and the stories behind some of the big names. Fantastic book; just finishing it now. hedge funds ...

    22 comments27 Jun 2014 -

  75. Route Soros/Paulson

    Hedge Fund

    What is the most common route to Soros/Paulson type shops? S&T or IB? IB s&t hedge funds Salary ...

    27 comments30 Jan 2010 -

  76. With the hysteria against banking still raging on, Hollywood and filmmakers around the world have been trying to cash in on financial thrillers lately. First was Oliver Stone's Money Never Sleeps, and well we all know how that came out. Next up was K ...

    17 comments3 Nov 2010 -

  77. IB BEHAVIOR?

    Investment Banking

    Hello, A friend of mine goes ludicrous on weekends... His behavior is typical (meaning it happens every weekend)... For example, he took a corona from a woman and chugged it in front of her. Shortly after, he threw down a $100 bill and said thanks. Obviou ...

    24 comments8 May 2011 -

  78. So I wanted to give some people hope. I will keep my firm names anonymous, but I want to give people help. I am just going to have some random points, and want people to ask anything or even state if you disagree so we can get a nice discussion going. My ...

    19 comments26 Apr 2014 -

  79. 30 days. "Gold Prices Collapse As Everyone Remembers It's Just Yellow Metal" http://finance.yahoo.com/blogs/daily-ticker/gold-p... http://au.businessinsider.com/john-paulson-gold-st... hedge funds Paulson gold ...

    20 comments20 Jun 2013 -

  80. UT Dallas MSF

    Business School and GMAT

    Looking into several MSF programs. I want to end up in Dallas, so naturally UT-Dallas is appealing. Does anyone have any info as far as placement records or know if many Dallas HFs or Bulge Brackets recruit from this program? The info on their website is ...

    14 comments25 Jan 2019 -

  81. *"The Michael Jordan of Hedge Fund Managers". 25% net return to investors annually since inception w/an average Sharpe Ratio of 2.5. "This man has returned 3x the returns of Warren Buffet with a third of the risk" hedge funds SAC hedge ...

    18 comments23 May 2013 -

  82. http://www.scribd.com/doc/203941751/BDC-Annual-Letter-2013 hedge funds ...

    17 comments1 Feb 2014 -

  83. Boston: finance powerhouse?

    Investment Banking

    For a city of its size, I'm really surprised at how many top-notch buyside firms are in boston. You have Bain Capital, Baupost group, wellington, bracebridge, and a slew of others. buyside hedge funds finance boston Salary ...

    21 comments14 Sep 2010 -

  84. Bought $5,000 of GOOG at 451 last July and sold last week at 608 for an annual return of 34%. To all the HF managers out there, I say "beat that!" You jelly? hedge funds wall street stocks investing ...

    20 comments25 Jul 2011 -

  85. Aspiring billionaire

    Investing, Markets & Macroeconomics

    Hey wso didn't know what forum to post this In but stocks and markets seems the most closely related and appropriate, basically I really want to be a billionaire, I want to make and be worth a billion dollars or two within my lifetime preferably some ...

    14 comments22 Jan 2016 -

  86. I'm at something of a career cross-roads. I'm ~30, been in the L/S industry for ~6 years with mixed success. Started out at a large fund, then joined and left two startups that didn't work out. In one of them I had directly managed capital ...

    12 comments27 Mar 2017 -

  87. Currently, I have 2 offers, one is from a large FoHF (>10b AUM) while another is from a small boutique IB in their DCM division. I am leaning more towards the FoHF offer due to its reputation in the industry. Some of my friends advised me to take up th ...

    20 comments9 Apr 2011 -

  88. From talking to friends at HBS, wharton, booth, columbia, the recruiting by Citadel was especially brutal this year, even moreso than other elite firms. People who were getting full-time offers from places like Blackstone, SAC, Fortress, PIMCO, were eithe ...

    21 comments23 Apr 2010 -

  89. Late To The Party

    Investment Banking

    Hey guys, just seeking a bit of advice from some people who seem to be able to give some advice. I'm a graduate of St. John's University with a limited business background but am in my second semester of my M.B.A. program at S.J.U. During my fir ...

    20 comments21 Feb 2011 -

  90. What to do with old suits?

    Fashion for Business

    Monkeys, I recently got a job at a decent size hedge fund ~5b AUM and have quickly realized that I no longer need my suits. Often days I'll go to the office wearing jeans and a polo, or just a sport shirt, hell my boss wears t-shirts on occasion. I&# ...

    14 comments26 Feb 2017 -

  91. Global macro is undoubtedly one of the most pursued styles in the hedge fund world, and for the monkeys interested in it, you might find this to your liking. Opalesque TV has recently interviewed Argonaut Capital founder David Gerstenhaber about global ma ...

    14 comments30 Nov 2010 -

  92. how hard is it to get into top hedge funds? like Bridgewater or DE Shaw.. friends/stories, please share hedge funds ...

    19 comments24 Mar 2011 -

  93. Yeah, I know...I know. Cramer's such a big punching bag, a landed hook no longer guarantees max points from the judges. Taking the boxing analogy a step further: I sat there watching Bowe-Golota II this weekend. I forgot how great boxing used to be. ...

    14 comments19 Jul 2010 -

  94. I'm very interested to get people's thoughts on this, especailly posters such as Bondarb. There is a view among many renowned investors such as Klarman and Howard Marks that macro investing is futile because no one can accurately predict interes ...

    16 comments3 Aug 2013 -

  95. The Twitter Fund

    Hedge Fund

    A few months back, Jorge posted a link to a research paper showing a correlation between the mood of tweets and the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The study proved to be interesting, since it aggregated a large amount of random tweets which had nothing to ...

    16 comments23 Dec 2010 -

  96. After years of getting quarterly dental cleanings, my periodontist said he wanted to pull several teeth and do three or four periodontal procedures. My pockets were too deep, I was told. And don't worry, the receptionist said in a cheerful voice, I d ...

    14 comments24 May 2012 -

  97. First Pitch/Trade

    Hedge Fund

    In your first hedge fund job, how long did it take before you pitched your first idea and had that idea go into the book? hedge funds ...

    13 comments14 Oct 2015 -

  98. And it looks like we're in the wrong industry. Once again, Forbes has come out with their much anticipated Billionaires list and newly minted billionaires around the world are singing praises of the Ben Bernank for elevating their share prices. Still ...

    13 comments9 Mar 2011 -

  99. An analyst in a hedge fund (high finance) can make $500k-$1 million a year at the right shop. What are the positions in RE that are comparable if they even exist at all? I am not talking about entrepreneurial developers of property, but rather positions i ...

    15 comments4 Dec 2013 -

  100. 512 point drop today makes my sale of GOOG at 608 a week and a half ago even more genius. Bought $5,000 worth at 451 last July. Can someone calculate that return for me? Just be warned, it's gonna make you jelly. For those who're still in the ma ...

    17 comments4 Aug 2011 -

  101. So my plan, thus far, is working. I am planning on transferring to a decent university. Something like top 50-100, but not a target or really even a semi-target school. Now this is really just the beginning of my education. Eventually, I plan on getting a ...

    17 comments10 May 2011 -