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    Article about my Company!

    This is some what good news for those who will be graduating soon..if you have any resumes, send them over to me and I can forward it to HR or the hiring managers. And this should also orientate some folks, especially Dan and Andy, to ITG. ITG Targets Students to Recruit Trading, Technology...
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    Risk Article by Alan Greenspan

    We will never have a perfect model of risk By Alan Greenspan Published: March 16 2008 18:25 | Last updated: March 16 2008 18:25 The current financial crisis in the US is likely to be judged in retrospect as the most wrenching since the end of the second world war. It will end eventually...
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    Financial Times Article on QF.

    <H2>Does not compute: How misfiring quant funds are distorting the markets By Anuj Gangahar Published: December 9 2007 19:59 | Last updated: December 9 2007 19:59 George Pelham-Box, one of the most influential statisticians of the 20th century, once remarked that "essentially all models are...
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    Quant with a groove.

    AUGUST AMBUSH How Market Turmoil Waylaid the 'Quants' Morgan Stanley Star Is Among Those Battered; No Time for Music Now By SCOTT PATTERSON and ANITA RAGHAVAN September 7, 2007; Page A1 Peter Muller, a 43-year-old trader at Morgan Stanley, is used to markets behaving more or less as he...
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    Don't hate on the QUANTS.

    The DOW was down 400 points today and subprime is to be blamed.. but seems like others are pointing fingers at the MATH. Here's an interesting read from Bloomberg. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------...
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    Dark Algorithms

    Dark Algorithms Solving Fragmentation Issues Broker-dealers are coming out with all flavors of liquidity-seeking dark algorithms to search dark pools and ensure customers are finding hidden liquidity. Printer Friendly Email this Article By Daniel Safarik July 27, 2007 The reports are...
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    Morgan Stanley introduces ONE

    Of the financial companies that I worked at, the most brilliant technologists seem to reside at Morgan Stanley ; therefore, I am not flabbergasted when I see articles like this. http://www.tradersmagazine.com/magazine2.cfm?id=1&aid=2816&year=2007