Did Goldman Sachs pay a trader $10 Million

(Last Updated On: December 11, 2015)
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Goldman Sachs trader and $10 million

Did Goldman Sachs really pay a trader $10 million? Anything is possible with this bank. Alas, only traders are usually funded with$10 million if their track record is worthwhile. Queries were asked about it on my Facebook group. 

Go here to understand this Quora forum posting (this apparently went viral)

gnuplot wrapper GUI in Java

You can see my progress of my development has been pretty speedy. A few nights ago I managed to get GNUplot installed on my new Mac.

Check out the instructions here

In the next day, I'll be showcasing all my development in Python. This is the set up my new Mac which includes a stellar charting package as well as a rapid way to design GUI interfaces. I can also say that the rapid progress is because I am on a Mac now.  Stay tuned for that but if you were  subscribed to my Daily Digest, you would already know all about this.

What are the big highlights with this Interactive brokers Java test client which has been very useful to push data into my No SQL Redis database?

You can get the source code here by being a Quant Elite member

Thanks for reading 

NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!
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