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WOW David Tepper ranks as best paid hedge fund manager, again, try $3.5 billion, HFT shop RenTech ranks to

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$3.4 Billion salary? This is what lead into quant and HFT stuff!

 

David Tepper ranks as best paid hedge fund manager, again, try $3.5 billion, HFT shop RenTech ranks to – See more

 

The school room looks like kind of empty when you watch the video:

 

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David Tepper ranks as best paid hedge fund manager, again, try $3.5 billion, HFT shop RenTech ranks to

David Tepper ranks as best paid hedge fund manager, again, try $3.5 billion

These are sort of the figures that attracted me to this type of business (not saying I will make billions)

This was hinted on Bloomberg, but this will not include side project which can elevate their income event more. Also:

James Simons, a retired mathematician who ran Renaissance Technologies, ranked fourth with $2.2 billion while Kenneth Griffin, who laid the groundwork for Citadel in his Harvard dorm room, came in fifth with $950 million in earnings.

You see the potential of HFT shops like RenTech.

Oh did I mention these are the guys who the best paid on the planet?

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/05/06/hedgefunds-salary-idUSL2N0NS00Q20140506

David Tepper put concentrated bets on the airline industry

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How Google ranks Adwords with Quality Score? Source is explained by Google itself

How Google ranks Adwords with Quality Score? Source is explained by Google itself

I may start my first campaign with Google Adwords but this was explained by a fantastic Google Adwords consultant. It seems if you spend $3 for a click and your campaign gets a quality score of 1-10, you multiply the 2. For example, you spend $2 a click with a quality score of 7, you get 15. So if you get a competitor willing to beat your total, they will have to spend more money per click but Google does remember the history of your quality score over a few months. So if you initially have a higher quality score historically, you can maintain your positions. Even if you drop your daily budget for your campaign, you can still maintain the history of your quality score. Confused? So was I.

Actually, if you also are willing to spend more on your daily budget, you can improve your quality score as you get more traffic. I am talking about keywords for my niche which does not generate a lot of traffic. If you spend only $10/day, you get a much lower quality score versus if you spend $100/day. As you get more traffic you increase your chances of upping the click through rate as well which your quality score is measured.

Google Policies are very stringent. The consultant said that Google wants only family friendly sites on the Adwords platform. They don’t want arbitrage that affiliate marketers use by redirecting to another page. They also don’t like those quick rich schemes as well. Those days seem done for any internet marketers.  No firearms as well.  So they only want quality product on the Adwords platform.

 

 

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City of opportunity for quant?: Toronto ranks no. 2 in the world


City of opportunity for quant?: Toronto ranks no. 2 in the world

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Read ‘City of opportunity: Toronto ranks No. 2 in the world’ from our blog Good News on Yahoo! News. Toronto ranks as the second-best city in the world for business, life and innovation, a new report claims. The report by…

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and where’s the opportunities. I’ve been temping since Sept 1999 and would like to know what field these so called opportunities are in. It certainly doesn’t seem like it’s in the Accounting/Administrative Clerk field…anyone have any leads to the hidden market in these 2 fields….S.O.S. 🙂

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Well I agree there a lots of opportunities, but it seems that there is a ton of competition too, which makes these opportunities seem hard to come by!

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Competition and job insecurity is exactly what breeds opportunity and ambition.

This article isn’t saying that Toronto is the city of ‘easy jobs’ or the city of ‘free money’.

The competition is certainly fierce and anybody looking to capitalize on opportunities must be aggressive and persistent. By aggressive I mean proactively seeking out opportunities and by persistent I mean consistently doing so and never ever allowing yourself to get comfortable.

I would be willing to bet that out of everybody who can look themselves in the mirror and truly say that they are being as aggressive and persistent as possible in pursuing opportunities, 9 out of 10 are taking tangible steps forward to realize their goals.

And if you think you’re that 1 in 10 that is doing everything right and nothing is working out for you, feel free to message me and I’d be happy to try and help you out.

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the mix of opportunities and competition is precisely both exciting and compelling. It leads you to think out of the box and be the best!

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just pointing out that while there are lots of opportunities, there are also a lot of very qualified people to fill those opportunities. Toronto is definitely a major financial hub, which is why I love it.

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The so called ‘opportunities’ depend on who you ask,it cannot be generalized.
-If you are developing Condos in the GTA,there are many opportunities to get a reasonable ROI.
-If you are a job seeker like Judith above,the so called ‘opportunties’ may not be really warranted as there may be a few opportunities but so many people chasing after them.
-If you are in the tourism business here,the summer generally brings in a number of opportunities
I could go on and on,but you get the drift.One has to be careful with these generalized averages as they may or may not apply to your personal circumstances

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this report claim is way too general. When you say “lots of opportunties exist” in terms of employment lets say, then even that claim could be deceiving….are these entry level opportunities with low avg salaries ?
How much supply of educated people do you have chasing these opportunities?
Toronto seems to be way too saturated with educated talented individuals which is good on the innovation & entrepreneurial side but on the career employment side it just creates excess supply of labour which brings down income wages because employers have so much to choose from.

 

 

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