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(Last Updated On: May 26, 2015)
Why women do better on S&P 500 trading?
This was a statement for this as it is correspondence for the Trading Show:
According to Credit Suisse’s Gender 3000 report, women accounted for 12.9% of top management in 3000 companies across 40 countries at the end of 2013.
Furthermore, Quantopian’s Karen Rubin says women-led companies in the Fortune 1000 have outperformed the S&P500 by 338% since 2002.
On June 4, at The Trading Show Chicago at Navy Pier, Karen will be providing additional insights into this stunning revelation during her on-floor seminar presentation, “How women are conquering the S&P 500.”
Karen will be one of many industry leaders in the expo hall presenting on a range of topics spanning quant, big data and automated trading.
Hear from:
Shakti Kapoor, Chief Architect, IBM
Gordon Moller, CEO, Cielo Networks
David Snowdon, Founder, Metamako
Mehmet Yanilmaz, Partner, Myra Trading
Sri Krishnamurthy, Founder & CEO, Quant University
Dr. Jay Schuren, CTO, Nutonian
Samim Ghamami, Economist, Federal Reserve Board
Malik Corbett, Director, Isentium
Derek Tong, Director, Supermicro
Seong Lee, Client Engineer, Quantopian
Cheng Jiang, Quantitative Analyst, Efficient Capital Management
Alexey Stolyar, Development Director, International Computer Concepts

 

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