I don't understand how businesses like this can fail.
With memes being so popular. I was thinking about making a smug pepe cologne and making a smug pepe shower curtain with a mr. feels wojack bathroom mat. Are either of these ideas any good? which is better? do meme projects fail bc people than know memes are disproportionately poor and have no disposable income.
>Applicants must show strong interest in finance and financial markets
How do I get into finance /biz/?
I have been to the bookstores and seen all the fancy textbooks and everything. I attend UPenn of all schools, but I can't afford to buy a bunch of finance books and it's no longer possible for me to take a finance class. I know mathematics and study actuarial science on the side.
>>1042713 I'm not sure if this is sarcastic? I meant that I am about to graduate with a bachelor's in mathematics and have taken quite a number of graduate math courses. I have also studied statistics and for 2 of the actuarial exams.
How do I get into becoming a business analyst? Either for an investment bank, consulting firm, even financial services corporation, etc.? Everywhere I look says the same thing. "Have a strong interest in finance. Know the financial markets and have an opinion about... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1042720 As a non finance major with no real experience :
Business Analyst for a consulting firm is possible. The rest not really.
You'd need a PhD to be seriously considered for an investment banking position. Probably a Masters to be considered for a position in the less glamorous financial services (insurance, payday loans etc...)
>>1042700 Bond traders had been saying to each other that when oil (WTI) hit it's 2009 low ($32.50 or so) that the bond traders should buy. Then they got fucked down to $29.93 and it's come back up some.
I've seen WTI oil at $10/bbl in 1986, $11/bbl in 1998, $147 in 2008, $32/in 2009 and here we are today.
This is like 1986 so I'd say you'll see oil below $20 this year.
After a strange and turbulent ride these past few years, I've come to the conclusion I that I want to enter the magical world of business and investing. I won't bore you with a TL:DR story on how I came to this conclusion, I'm sure you've read plenty of those. I'll just give you the bottom line; Apart from a couple of personal finance classes I took in highschool, I am new to this topic need to start from the ground up. Any advice or recommendations for reading help
Here is a few details on me for what they are worth
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>Brown's proposal would raise wages from $9.25 an hour to $11.79 an hour in Portland, Ore., and to $10.25 an hour in other cities by 2017. The plan also includes wage increases for 2022.
Say this went into effect today. I currently make $39,999 a year, obviously not minimum wage. Should I get the same increase in pay? It's only going to raise the cost of everything else in the fucking city and make me even more of the working poor.
Pic related, its my face when i'm poor as fuck on the streets getting... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Dee Hock is the founder of Visa, and is responsible for effectively creating payment systems as we know them today. “Bitcoin represents not only the future of payments but also the future... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Not sure if this is the right board. My firm is moving to an open office plan and I fucking hate it. I'm back-to-back with an employee I don't really know in a tiny C-shaped alcove surrounded by waist-high cubes. There is a guy looking me in the face, a guy looking at my side and a guy looking at my back at all times, plus constant chatter. This is really distracting and puts me on edge.
Have you had to work in this environment? How did you cope? I'm seriously considering leaving my firm over this, it just adds stress on top of my work.
Nearly all modern offices are designed this way. In creative environments it helps with collaboration. In non-creative environments it builds a sense of self-policing and reduces the need for supervisors.
Are you socially awkward, or do you just like browsing biz while at work? There is literally no downside to it.
>>1042595 >Are you socially awkward Yes. I come to you from /tg/ and used to compile campaign notes or read novels during my downtime. Now my employer seriously expects me to "sit quietly until the end of the day" if I have no work.
Yahoo says they have a market cap of 1.16 billion dollars. They have 63 stores and before the IPO said this: >The New York-based company plans to use the proceeds from the IPO to repay debt, as well as open new stores and renovate existing ones. Shake Shack is selling 14 percent of the company through the IPO.
So 63 stores are worth 8.3 billion! That is an insane evaluation.
Also to repay debt and to renovate stores. Are you kidding me? So they aren't even going to use the IPO... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1042563 What you say has to be true. I didn't read their prospectus or quarterly reports. That's why I want that stock pusher to weigh in. Still I don't see how it could be a good investment when they aren't opening multiple stores every day.
>>1042556 I think it reflects confidence in Union Square Hospitality Group as a whole, rather than just the Shake Shack brand. Probably overvalued as often with IPOs, but on the long, the brand is solid, and decreasing debt may be better for revenue than opening new stores with more borrowed money.
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