He just posted his old resume from 2000 which he thought he would have to use because he was unsure of whether or not he would ever get drafted. I found it interesting that he had an internship at Merrill Lynch "researching stock and mutual fund reports." ;)
So I have an interview for derivatives analyst at a company that provides independent OTC derivative and structured product valuation and risk management. Just wondering what kind of questions I could possibly be asked. Keep in mind this is for someone with an undergraduate degree.
A new study by NBER released a few months ago. I remember that initially there were studies that concluded that CRA did not play a role in the crisis. This one seems to suggest otherwise.
If Welker, Hernandez, and Branch don't drop passes at crucial points in the game like they did last time, and if Gronkowski is healthy, I don't see the same result being repeated.
We finally have a decent defense.
So, less than a month before the NFL playoffs. What are everyone's thoughts?
I may be a tad biased, but after last week's dismantling of the Texans, I don't see how anyone can deny that the Pats are the top team in the AFC (possibly even the entire league.) Tomorrow's game against the 49ers...
Economics today is dominated by Keynesians (unfortunately.) Their track record over the years has been less than stellar. It shouldn't surprise anyone that their solution to the problem is to throw money at it.
I agree 100% with this.
The ideal situtation would have been for failing institutions to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, liquidate their debt, and possibly allow other firms to purchase certain segments, assets, or business operations of those institutions. The following weeks or months may...
Combinatorics may not be as useful as numerical analysis, but it is an interesting area of mathematics. I'm currently taking a course in it (it is mostly proof based and theoretical) and I am liking it a lot.
As far as application: it can be applied to molecular biology, coding theory...