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  2. I feel like I've been answering a lot of questions regarding the state of S&T going forward as well as what a S&T trader does (and trading in general) so I figured it might be helpful to do AMA. I remember as a freshman in college I used this ...

    120 comments27 Apr 2020 -

  3. Hello Monkeys, I am currently in the process of transferring and was frustrated by the lack of a centralized source of information about transfer friendly schools for IB, so I made one for the website. Anyone who has some value to add related to placement ...

    209 comments12 May 2018 -

  4. I just received an invitation to take the Shell TDP assessment, and I was wondering if any TDP alum can share their insight. Also, I hear the interview is brutal.. so if anyone has anything to say about that I would appreciate it. Thanks Shell Oil Trading ...

    301 comments18 Apr 2020 -

  5. About me Been working at a top tier Commercial Real Estate Brokerage Firm in New York for 7+ Years which makes me an old geezer. Ask anything you want about the industry, happy to answer and help guide you. Separately, I worked for three years at a propri ...

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  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 ...

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  7. 2015 FT Recruiting Mega Thread

    Job Search Advice

    Applications for full-time analyst positions at the following firms are now open unless otherwise stated. Get after it, monkeys! See you on the Street;) Front-office IBD, S&T and/or Research Deutsche Bank Evercore (superday scheduled for 8/8) Lazard L ...

    195 comments6 May 2020 -

  8. It's been a while since I've visited WSO. Yet in my early 20s, this was the place that I would often come to for information and guidance. In the spirit of giving back, I'll share my story and a few nuggets of wisdom that I believe may help ...

    29 comments6 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 ...

    18 comments6 May 2020 -

  10. What platform do you use for your personal trades?

    Investing, Markets & Macroeconomics

    1. I am sure quite a few of the monkeys on here maintain personal stock portfolios. 'curious what tools most people use & why? (e.g. TD Ameritrade, Scotttrade, Etrade, other banks' trading accounts, brokerage accounts where you make trades b ...

    120 comments3 Mar 2020 -

  11. I read a lot of misleading information regarding sales jobs in banks on this forum recently (I am lumping sales/sales traders and all products here). I won't mention any particular users, but it got me angry. Given I have not contributed to WSO in a ...

    40 comments6 May 2020 -

  12. It's sad to see how far Chicago prop trading has declined in recent years. Not too long ago, I envied my classmates and friends who were working at the top Chicago prop shops and making more money than me, while dealing with less bullshit and better ...

    130 comments6 May 2020 -

  13. Whether you're trying to land a position, sell a product, or simply network with others, learning the art of selling should be a vital part of your learning in any profession. The most effective way to do all of the above is to learn the art of selli ...

    264 comments3 Apr 2018 -

  14. I've applied for a junior trader position with this firm, and so they've sent me an email with directions to take an online mental math test. Does anybody know what the Akuna test is like, specifically? Can't seem to find too much informati ...

    112 comments24 May 2020 -

  15. I'm curious to hear how everyone would rank the top prop trading firms. I've focused the post on firms in Chicago because that is where most of them are. Here is how I've ranked them: Spot Trading Jump Trading DRW Trading Optiver TransMarke ...

    550 comments6 May 2020 -

  16. Gold Man Sack's blog I think it's important for us to be clear about the pros and cons of each of the two career paths and I'd like to consolidate some of the opinions that have been floating around about this topic on this thread. Here ...

    186 comments16 Mar 2018 -

  17. Trading really dying?

    Sales and Trading

    I know this topic has been hit time and time again. However, I feel after every recession, there's always tons of people saying sell-side trading is dying just to see another great time. Yes, regulation has tightened and the money has definitely decr ...

    167 comments19 Jun 2018 -

  18. I've noticed that the conversation in the energy industry over the last couple of years has really started shifting towards decarbonization and sustainability. Regardless of what anybody's personal beliefs are, all of the major O&G companies ...

    23 comments23 May 2020 -

  19. Physical Commodity Trading

    Sales and Trading

    Hi, Can someone explain how exactly a physical commodity trading house makes money and why there is a need for independent comodty houses, whats there right to exist? What are the risk when trading commodities physical and how can they be hedged, are ther ...

    210 comments6 May 2020 -

  20. After a 2 months pause, Levered Hedge is back. Recruiting is pretty much all over and focus has turned to preparing for summer internships. One of the main concerns of every intern is in the attire arena, as for many this may be the first time you have to ...

    355 comments28 Jan 2020 -

  21. Hello, I graduated with a BA in Economics in May 2011 from UConn. Now I am going for my MS in Mathematics at Fairfield. I think I may pursue a Masters in Mathematical Finance or Financial Engineering when I graduate from Fairfield, but I need programming ...

    66 comments6 May 2020 -

  22. Mod note: "Blast from the Past- Best of Eddie"- This one is originally from 11/11 **SPOILER ALERT** This post is going to discuss aspects of the movie Margin Call. If you haven't seen the movie and are concerned I might ruin it for you, ski ...

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  23. big unit's blog A/Interview Tuesdays! Email me ([email protected]) if you'd like to do an Q&A or interview for WSO My background is working in a high yield/distressed trading desk as a research analyst and trader, before making the mov ...

    73 comments29 Dec 2017 -

  24. All I've heard is that the markets become more efficient and that people can now buy/sell assets at the correct price at the moment of the trade. Please enlighten me. Thank you. trading Society ...

    20 comments16 Aug 2019 -

  25. Hello Everyone, I am just about to graduate with my MBA from a decent state school on the west coast. I was wondering how to become a successful day trader on the side while I try to break into the finance industry. My plan is to find a low-level back off ...

    45 comments2 Jun 2020 -

  26. It's interview season! Susquehanna, Jane Street, Goldman, Citadel-- it's all here. [redacted] for people who want more practice Questions For a 3 sets tennis game, would you bet on it finishing in 2 sets or 3 sets? I have a square, and place thr ...

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  27. I was wondering if there are any transferable skills from an internship on a financial derivatives desk to investment banking? It would be nice to know what type of things to focus on this summer during a trading internship in order to develop a skill set ...

    83 comments6 May 2020 -

  28. I go to a non-target school (junior) and am considering going into a masters of finance program right after graduation. I had S & T interviews at 4 BBs and didn't get a SA offer and really want to be in Sales & Trading. I will also have the C ...

    90 comments6 May 2020 -

  29. I have an interview at Trillium coming up. Does anyone know what kind of questions to expect? Does anyone know how much the average trader makes (including bonus, I understand everyone is paid $25k salary) as both a first year and then a few years down th ...

    127 comments5 Dec 2019 -

  30. Legit prop shops in NYC?

    Sales and Trading

    a lot of the prop firms and options market makers discussed on here are in chicago... does anyone know of any major ones (ones that pay a salary, good reputation, etc.) in NYC, besides Trillium, FNYS and Jane Street? trading proprietary Prop Shops Salary ...

    76 comments6 May 2020 -

  31. The Great Escape

    Sales and Trading

    Before everyone gets all bent out of shape, hear me out, I think this is a legitimate topic. What will it take to drive people out of America, and yes, for that matter, England? When will the brightest of the bright, no longer able to make money in IBanki ...

    45 comments6 May 2020 -

  32. Best banks for Sales and Trading? Perhaps a ranking? S&T Bank Ranking When looking at banks with sales and trading operations, it is important to remember that their standing on the street can change over a given period of time. Desk heads change firm ...

    68 comments6 May 2020 -

  33. DRW vs. BB S&T

    Sales and Trading

    I'm interested in hearing people's perceived difference between FT positions as a trader at DRW (or similar places like maybe SIG) and BB S&T. My perception on some of the differences 1) People outside of the industry won't know about D ...

    64 comments6 May 2020 -

  34. What is the best business school in Houston? I will be graduating undergrad in May and will be working in Houston after my company's training program concludes in New York. I will be doing Energy Corporate Banking and my company contributes to Grad S ...

    32 comments6 May 2020 -

  35. RBC vs Chicago prop trading

    Sales and Trading

    So I already have an offer to be a trader at a prop shop in Chicago but I recently got a call from a friend at RBC and he offered me a job as a quant in their cash equities execution division. Now the RBC job is in NYC and I am not sure which one I should ...

    54 comments6 May 2020 -

  36. Time to short Baidu?

    Sales and Trading

    Am I the only one seeing a bubble in BIDU shares? It's ok that Google may pull out of China, but maybe they won't... and even if they do, there are more competitors for Baidu in there. For the time being, all this controversy has resulted in Goo ...

    42 comments6 May 2020 -

  37. How bad does it look for you to leave a company after less than 12 months? I would be leaving for the same role but with a larger firm and a significant higher comp package. I plan to work there 18 months before attending bschool. jobs trading Investment ...

    47 comments17 Jan 2018 -

  38. Okay, so I just received an offer from a small hedge fund (10- 20 people) in Chicago. I will be a trading assistant until I can prove my worth and become an actual trader (6-12 months). The hedge fund manages around $60- 120 million dollars and primarily ...

    37 comments6 May 2020 -

  39. I'm currently a rates market maker / prop trader at one of the large BB shops. For a few reasons, I'm considering one of the following 3 options 1) moving to a full prop shop (like First New York, Jane Street, SIG or breakwater) 2) taking a job ...

    53 comments6 May 2020 -

  40. Heya, So what different backgrounds do you need? For example, if you want to trade fixed income securities or options, don't you need some type of mathematical background? (In that case, is an MFE a good choice?) Whereas equities, you don't nece ...

    261 comments20 Sep 2018 -

  41. Evening based finance jobs.

    Job Search Advice

    Finishing up a BS in finance this coming May from a non-target NYC college, 3.3 gpa and 3.8 in major. I'm looking for a position with nontraditional hours (5pm-midnight) something like that. Question for you guys is, what jobs should I be searching f ...

    56 comments6 May 2020 -

  42. Trafigura graduate program

    Sales and Trading

    Trafigura, the giant commodities training firm, is hiring for its graduate programme. You do a 2-year rotation at either geneva, singapore, stamford, buenos aires. Wondering if anyone has interviewed with them. Curious to know what they're like. trad ...

    44 comments6 May 2020 -

  43. I am currently an NCAA Division I Student-Athlete studying Economics and Finance. I have tried everything to break into the trading world and regularly search the internet for entry level trading jobs. I play baseball at school, have a 3.6 gpa, and got a ...

    199 comments26 Jan 2018 -

  44. Andy note: "Blast from the past- Best of Eddie"- This one is originally from April 2010. If there's an old post from Eddie you'd like to see up again shoot me a message. I think some people are born to be investment bankers. I know som ...

    94 comments5 Jul 2012 -

  45. Introduction I thought it would be helpful to write down my experience these past 3 months. I've been applying to S& T and Asset Management positions for the past several months. In total, I've received 4 offers from Big Banks, including Gol ...

    43 comments6 May 2020 -

  46. 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 -

  47. PNC salary?

    Investment Banking

    Is anyone here familiar with what PNC is paying first year analysts within their capital markets groups? Is base salary the same across the board? Bonuses? Thanks trading analyst Banking PNC Salary ...

    50 comments14 Jan 2020 -

  48. There have been a few requests to find the classic post by Bondarb, so it made sense to sticky it. This is what he wrote: Here is how you learn about trading: Have at least 5k. If you dont have that then get it somehow, use your imagination. Set up an acc ...

    61 comments24 Apr 2018 -

  49. Centaurus Advisors, a Houston based hedge fund that specializes in trading energy products, has been confirmed for the next Energy Rodeo! trading energy energy rodeo United States- South ...

    32 comments6 May 2020 -

  50. Could some people please elaborate on what Institutional Equity Sales and trading is? To my knowledge a simplified explanation is that they execute large orders for mutual funds, hedge funds, and other big clients to make sure the market does not take too ...

    147 comments14 Mar 2018 -

  51. Revsly's blog I work as a currency volatility trader and manage one of the bigger G10 blocs in London. I've been lucky enough to get responsibility early in my career. I started off managing a single currency book a few months into the job, and ...

    91 comments3 Nov 2014 -

  52. Currently been working as an investment sales broker for four years specializing in multifamily, mixed-use, and development sites in the 1-30 million space in NYC. Go ahead, fire away. Oh, and if it counts for anything, I worked for three years at a prop ...

    28 comments6 May 2020 -

  53. What is the worst? or some of the one's you have seen trading Banking resume MD mistake error ...

    187 comments17 Aug 2017 -

  54. I was wondering about Sales & Trading in Asia. My situation is a bit unique... I worked at Bear for around a year before they went down, in Risk Mgmt. Moved to an M&A Boutique in SF for about 1.5 years after that before quitting... Currently i ...

    40 comments6 May 2020 -

  55. 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 -

  56. Prop Trading vs BB Trading

    Sales and Trading

    Okay, so you are just graduating and have a FT job offer from a top prop trading firm and top BB bank on a trading desk. Which do you choose and why? Just interested as to which of the two people would go for in the current financial climate considering i ...

    83 comments29 May 2018 -

  57. 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 -

  58. Mod Note (Andy): this was originally posted on 2/27/16. Make sure to check out the comment by @APAE". An article from The New York Times has been stirring quite a buzz in the industry today: NY Times / "Robots Are Coming for Wall Street" Fr ...

    22 comments6 May 2020 -

  59. Hi, I never heard anyone talk about or mention this firm flow traders. They seem to be an arbitrage firm headquartered in the Netherlands with offices in New York and elsewhere. They advertised a position on my alma mater's career center, which is a ...

    40 comments6 May 2020 -

  60. I am very interested in becoming a trader. Could anyone post about the career path of a trader. And how many years on average will they be in that position until promoted? What is the Career Path of a Trader? The answer to this question is different for d ...

    107 comments6 Mar 2018 -

  61. I already know VB.net but what are some languages that I should try to learn now that may be used in trading in 8-12 years? trading prop quant getco ...

    64 comments16 Mar 2017 -

  62. BP IST Program

    Sales and Trading

    Hey guys I was wondering if anyone had some insight into the BP IST program. I am thinking about trying to get an internship for next summer in Warrenville (Chicago). Any idea how hard it is to get a full-time/internship position? Also was wondering if an ...

    35 comments6 May 2020 -

  63. I've worked as a trader for around 4 years now from structured products trading to linear to options and I find it completely stupid. To be fair the structured products desk (exotics and hybrids) was quite intellectually challenging and I found the w ...

    28 comments7 May 2018 -

  64. I have a one hour first round interview for a sales and trading summer analyst position. I was wondering if anyone has advice about what to expect during the interview. Thanks. trading Interview ...

    83 comments15 Sep 2018 -

  65. Hello WSO, I'm a student at a target university and want to learn more about finance and investing fast. I don't know much as the only thing I have been doing is reading certain articles/publications on WSJ and Seeking Alpha. What books did you ...

    14 comments27 Nov 2019 -

  66. The following is an interview I conducted with Tyrone Greene, with whom I started chatting when I visited his food truck, The Dark Side of the Moo. He's a former trader of precious metals who has made the leap to leave Wall Street and work for himsel ...

    44 comments19 Apr 2014 -

  67. Bullion sinks to five-year low on concerted wave of selling... 'curious what you guys think of this.. looks like the fall was mainly during the asian trading hours. Is this china's way of trying to assuage fears of impending stock market losses? ...

    22 comments6 May 2020 -

  68. getting into S&T

    Sales and Trading

    COMPARATIVELY, is sales and trading harder to get into than other parts of investmant banking? what part of banking is the hardest/easiest to get into? trading s&t GPA sales difficult ...

    105 comments25 Oct 2017 -

  69. Goldman or Bust?

    Sales and Trading

    Over the past week I have been getting a flood of pm's/emails asking for advice, and I have chatted with some of you over Skype as well in prep for interviews, and one theme keeps coming up that really boggles my mind and in a way really annoys me. T ...

    98 comments21 Jul 2013 -

  70. Updated Prop Trading Rankings?

    Sales and Trading

    I'm sure there have been tons of these posts before, but I know that rankings/prestige/relevance change over time. I'm wondering how people would rank firms like IMC, Jane Street, Optiver, DRW, Belvedere, Wolverine, Peak6, Akuna, etc. now. Have ...

    36 comments14 Sep 2017 -

  71. Quick background on the authors Muzaffar Khan Muzaffar Khan, worked for Citi, BarCap, Moore Capital, and was a Consultant for Man Eco (subsidiary of Man Group). Jan Sramek Somewhat of a prodigy in the UK. ...

    35 comments6 May 2020 -

  72. 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 -

  73. This post comes as a suggestion from HappyPantsMcGee (or HPM, or whatever the Diddy wannabe is calling himself this week). He asked me to explain the practice of ft.com/blog/2011/02/10/484126/sec-probes-etf-stripping-by-insider-traders-ft/"> ETF s ...

    28 comments19 Mar 2016 -

  74. So, for the purpose of this post, I am asking you all a question: When you look at a girl can you, yourself, accurately judge how many times her vag has been crushed? In my case, I am usually close to the number about 50% of the time. Now, I don't ne ...

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  75. 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 -

  76. You're sitting in the head trader's chair after the markets close, looking through resumes for the next (newest) member of your desk. The candidates all look good to you: excellent experience with strong track records, good stories about their d ...

    60 comments11 Aug 2011 -

  77. The trading fiasco at JPMorgan Chase has triggered countless articles on regulation, risk, and strategy. Gary Belsky over at Time is taking a different approach. The recent resignation of female JPM executive Ina Drew prompted Belsky to write this article ...

    53 comments16 May 2012 -

  78. Hi Monkeys, I recently caught the quantitative finance bug so it's been a few days since my last post. Since catching this bug I've been trying to read and learn as much as I can on ways to practice quant finance- and I found tons of material. I ...

    17 comments15 Apr 2020 -

  79. Just as the title says...would very much like to do a better job of this and would love to hear from those of you that have to do this for your work every day. What books do you recommend reading, and what news do you specifically try to seek out? In addi ...

    52 comments19 Jan 2018 -

  80. MOD NOTE: HILARIOUS WSO SPAM FAIL I want to share a great opportunity and my experience with a program I have recently completed. I took a class to attain my license for the Series 7, through a 4 day preparation class and how I got a job through the progr ...

    176 comments7 Jul 2011 -

  81. It never hurts to increase your skill set, especially in this economy. And when you can do that for free, so much the better. And when you can learn something for free that is in demand all over Wall Street, well that's just the icing on the cake. So ...

    47 comments10 Dec 2012 -

  82. Guys, Long time poster here, but under pseudonym b/c this topic is a bit too exposing. So I am in a big predicament: I have an Equities internship offer from a top BB (GS /MS/ JPM) and it consists of a few rotations around equities desks. Top notch equiti ...

    30 comments6 May 2020 -

  83. 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 -

  84. Four years after their spectacular demise, Lehman Brothers is still causing problems for Wall Street. The latest bombshell hit on Friday when a compensation report required by the bankruptcy court disclosed that Lehman paid out almost $700 million in comp ...

    51 comments30 Apr 2012 -

  85. After going through the interview process, the OP shared the final round interview experience with readers of WSO. Check it out below. Jane Street Capital Interview Process Before the interview I went through five phone interviews before they invited me d ...

    36 comments17 Sep 2018 -

  86. Proprietary trading

    Sales and Trading

    Prop Traders are on of the Highest Paid people on Wall Street. Any Prop traders here? How do i become one? Average salary of a Prop Trader? breaking into wall street trading compensation prop trading ...

    53 comments30 Dec 2015 -

  87. Hey all-- I've been offered a position as a trading assistant at a great I-bank in NYC. I love the energy of the floor and what the job can lead to. But seriously-- are trading floors still the boys clubs that I keep hearing about? I want to hear all ...

    30 comments6 May 2020 -

  88. I came into 100k, i'm a soon to be PhD student(financial economics). I seriously don't know how to trade and am thinking about long term investments such as S&P 500 Index ETFs or Growth or Income mutual funds and withdrawing a portion of the ...

    80 comments18 Nov 2012 -

  89. So I'm about to enter Wall Street, but having noticed some kids I grew up with, who worked in the BB or HF full-time leave, I'm scared. Three of them: 1. One went to a semi-target (think Georgetown, UND), worked as a paper trader for a few years ...

    68 comments16 Mar 2013 -

  90. Do traders model?

    Sales and Trading

    Do public equities traders/investors manage full valuation models for their investments? Or, do they maintain smaller comparable tables? Or, do they trade mostly off of research reports/news? trading equity Model ...

    15 comments23 Feb 2019 -

  91. I got an email this morning saying I was selected for an interview with Goldman FICC FX Structuring Strats. I don't know how I got selected as I never applied for such a position, but since it's still GS and I don't have a job lined up yet ...

    69 comments21 Feb 2017 -

  92. Mod Note (Andy): Best of Eddie, this was originally posted in March 2011. To see all of our top content from the past, click here. That handsome guy to the left is my boy Hudson. As you can probably tell, he's a pretty cool customer. We rescued him a ...

    25 comments26 Dec 2015 -

  93. Trading and Mental Arithmetic

    Sales and Trading

    Do traders really need to be able to multiply numbers like 47x38 in their head? Any advantage to being a human calculator as a opposed to just being very swift with a calculator and/or computer software? Is this just an interview screen? I was asked 13x17 ...

    36 comments22 Jun 2019 -

  94. 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 comments10 Jun 2015 -

  95. So since most interns are about to start their summer programs or are in the first couple of weeks, I thought I would open a forum for anyone to ask their any questions/worries they might have. I can only reply in the context of trading /sales internships ...

    59 comments1 Jul 2013 -

  96. Visiting trading floor

    Sales and Trading

    I got invited to visit a desk and the trading floor at a BB. What would be some good questions to ask? What should i wear... i know many places chew new recruits out for wearing suits, should i not wear one then? What would you guys expect from someone vi ...

    56 comments25 Oct 2017 -

  97. People often ask me what makes a great trader. I can really only answer this from my own perspective, because I believe trading is a very personal thing and different strategies and characteristics apply to different traders. First of all, I don't co ...

    35 comments6 Oct 2015 -

  98. Sales & Trading Offer- Dilemma

    Sales and Trading

    Hello Everyone, Through the help of WSO, I was able to land myself a S&T, non rotational, internship at a BB. My first option was IB at the same firm, however I was cut after the first round interviews. I am a Junior and would like to do an IB interns ...

    35 comments10 Nov 2015 -

  99. I have an initial call with the recruiter for the equities division of a BB firm. Can someone with experience share and ideas on how the conversation may go and what I can say to hopefully get an interview in NYC? trading sales equities United States- Nor ...

    27 comments6 May 2020 -

  100. WSO, So I recently put in my resignation letter and giving my 2 weeks notice. The boss, at the time, seemed upset but not overly dramatic about it. Then, yesterday I exchanged emails giving my official date and for whatever reason, he was not pleased. The ...

    71 comments19 Oct 2012 -

  101. Cargill Reputation

    Sales and Trading

    I was just offered a position as a Commodity Merchant intern at Cargill. I was wondering what the reputation for the company in the physical trading space. Cargill physical trading Salary ...

    26 comments24 Oct 2017 -

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