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  1. Kent

    quite sry for the late response Dan, I thought this was a webcast at first. My apologies. I'm...

    quite sry for the late response Dan, I thought this was a webcast at first. My apologies. I'm sure it was a nice event -Kent
  2. Kent

    Karen Johnson: Federal Reserve Monetary Policy and the Financial Markets

    I'm assuming this is Eastern time yes?
  3. Kent

    Christmas and New Year Wishes

    Hope you all are enjoying the holidays!
  4. Kent

    C# versus C++

    nice informative snippet! thx Andy
  5. Kent

    New Quantnet members say hi

    Thank you Stefan for your advise :)
  6. Kent

    New Quantnet members say hi

    I've been asking around about Stanford and Berkeley's program.. But I would like to venture to the east coast anyways. I've got plenty of time to shop around though, I'm still an undergrad. And Speaking of being young, can anyone suggest the right road for internships starting now? Are FE jobs...
  7. Kent

    Math quant jokes

    :D That one made me actually laugh out loud! Good find Andy
  8. Kent

    Math quant jokes

    O boy! This thread is on a role haha
  9. Kent

    Wall St jobs axe threatens 70,000

    I think it has just begun... Don't even bother comparing it to the tech bubble hah.
  10. Kent

    Wall St jobs axe threatens 70,000

    Time to start your own fund? :)
  11. Kent

    Math quant jokes

    Most of these leave me thinking Really? I found that funny? odd..... I suppose it's the commonality of seeing these things, just through a different lens Yeah for math jokes! :thumbsup:
  12. Kent

    New Quantnet members say hi

    Hello Everyone - Kent Hey Everyone! I Just found this forum and I'm happy I did :) Been hopping around a few, but this one by far seems to have it together! I'm an undergrad at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, CA. My major is General Engineering ( General? I know...
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