There are some good posts here with advice on various topics. I particularly liked the “investing” section which has a blog on some of the top books to read. Also the “Business” section has some goo Read more...
the ceo quit and there are rumors the firm is not doing too well. If you can get a paid gig there, go for it but I would think twice before investing with them given the circumstances.
"You train to be more of a research assistant/trader's bitch, but they are pretty selective. They do pay a base salary for SOME POSITIONS, which is more of an analyst type position than an actual trader. If you are willing to take risk to be independent and earn your income on your own, first NY is Read more...
They have the best reputation of any prop firm. If you have no experience, their training program takes about 2 years, and they pay you a pretty good salary. It could be frustating not being able to trade for that long, but they are making an investment in you instead of just encouraging you to ch Read more...
There is a reason this firm only accepts top-10 business school graduates and similarly qualified people. I have heard their program is top-tier and worth the long application process. Definitely a firm to consider strongly if you have the credentials to apply.