Will 1.7 billion per year make this 20+ year equity trader come out of retirement to do quant and development?

(Last Updated On: February 24, 2014)
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Will 1.7 billion per year make this 20+ year equity trader come out of retirement to do quant and development?

This was part of blurb from a Meetup member:

My concern (as it relates to participating in your meetings) is that I am not any longer “in the industry” per se, nor have I ever been a quant professionally; thus, I am sure that the mutually beneficial comment above is likely very one-sided.. I defer to your judgement (and please do not hesitate to be brutally honest) as to whether or not I should aspire to come out in the future. I have been doing some self-learning re:quant techniques.. so if you think there is hope for my participation, any pointers of where I may focus would be appreciated. I would hate to slow the pace of conversation or be out of place, but I love to learn.

 

I am not sure what his question was but he said he was some equity trader of 20+ years experience. My response is if the video below does not inspire you to do quant, I don’t know what will.  it involves $1.7 billion personally made in a year.

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