>>1023272 Tier one is fine, but you have to commit. The first tier weeds out like crazy, and you will have to pay for a year up front. Also, law school dropout does not look good on a resume.
Also, realistically, the legal profession is nepotistic. Unless you have family in law, you are going to be reliant on the strength of the school's alumni network. Be sure to check the employment numbers from a reputable website.
Also, try asking www.top-law-schools.com/forums/index.php (TLS) for advice. They're good with reality checks and can give you a better idea about what you're getting into.
>>1023267 >>1023267 98% of participants are lunch-box toting, window-licking retards contributing nothing but "how to $5 into one billion?" or "why not bitcoin?" threads, 1% are actually trying to self-inprove, and the top 1% come to fuel their genuinely justified sense of superiority. >tfw /biz/ is a perfect metaphor for the real world
biz noob here, I am working on a smartphone app which is almost done just back-end coding is remaining so app will be in beta phase in next month. I am completely clueless about how to deal with business opportunities and shit. I didn't register my company yet and still looking for a co-founder. This app is completely new concept though, it something related to media and ecommerce.
build audience (create blogs/blog) promote app sell app for 60% off contact revieweres and tech people giving them free access to the app contact tech or otherwise relevant blogs to ask if they can post about your app after 2-3 months set price to 100% (promotion now over faggots)
that's sort of how i would do it. always helps to know exactly where your target audience hangs out on the internet, and use whatever attracts them most to pimp out your app to them. for instance if i made... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
congratulations, you can now put "experience with web programming" on your resume
Is it a retarded idea to join a programming/computer club in search of project partners?
I'm currently working on some programming projects. Some are already complete and generate some income, while others are still work in progress. Some are rather big, and I would need to team up with a partner to finish them.
Also, what's the best place to find partners for casual projects?
A service is something temporary which in best cases makes something work or helps something. A creation is timeless or more permanent than a service because you can store it physically, a service however can't be stored. A creation can be multiplied or accumulated, whereas a service can't be accumulated also you don't usually need multiple services for something to work, so quantity wise it is constant let's say 1, creation like metal pipe can be accumulated and one pipe is not going to make it alone you need multiples of that pipe to create the system,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1023205 That depends on who you're talking to >Classical Capitalist Value is created through the use of capital to purchase goods, land in the form of natural resources, and labor to produce commodities to be consumed within the economy. Note that none of those requisites were considered commodities in this system, because without them coming together and being used for commodity production they were all without any value. To them the biggest enemy to the economy was the wealthy land... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1023190 And if you were the bank, you just securitized it and sold it off to some other sucker, hoping that some city's pension fund got holding the bag when the shit hit the fan.
The incompetence part came when the banks themselves failed to realize that their hedges against the risk of being the bagholder were effectively contingent on everybody's hedges working. If the bank on the other side of the trade fails, your bank was fucked too.
The price of almost all investments experience bubbles every now and again, it's basically just how to get to the right price, and despite bubbles looking the same each and every time, people still prop them up unquestioningly because despite all the investment theory, a great many people are absolutely lead by emotions.
Just look at all the pictures of traders with their faces in their hands every time we get a recession, it's a total cliché now but it's simply human nature.
I need some adivce here guys Feel free to come in with your problems too >On academic probation while in college for EE(Electrical Engineering) >Haven't even gotten my grade back for this semester but my school is auto sending academic dismissal appeal dates I could be dismissed or maybe I might be kept on but in both scenarios I still owe them 2000$. Can't sign up for classes and can't transfer to another school (All the schools in my area are in the same system)
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>>1023099 Its a pretty long story mostly a combination of shitty school advisement and administration >doing fucking great in school >Be advised by adviser to take a course to be full time because thats how you get the most financial aid >Take class and continue on
>Almost a year later see bill for 7000$ on my school portal >Go to financial aid office to figure out... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm a retarded sophomore who landed an interview with Credit Suisse's Investment Banking Capital Markets division in New York. It's coming up in a few days.
What should I read to prepare me for the interview, aside from the standard investment banking interview prep? What could I read that would teach me enough to hold my own in a conversation about capital markets? (I don't know shit about them) Also, where could I get an understanding of Credit Suisse as a firm, including its investment strategies and its strengths and weaknesses?
go to sites like wall street oasis and other prep sites. They have loads of manuals that will debrief you and other prep materials. There will also be loads of kids in your position chatting abt the same thing.
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