Is gold or silver the better buy right now, /biz/antines? I have almost $1000 that I want to invest in one or the other, possibly a couple of pic related. Would be holding on to them for years, not looking to speculate. Which metal is the better buy right now, and why?
>>1071604 Gold has a stable price. Silver may move more. Look up their historic prices and pick whichever. I'd expect both to spike up if they do move suddenly. Keep an eye on oil - if that becomes stable both will move down.
Here are the real degree tiers. Pro-tip: anything that isn't actively stigmatized will still get you a non-specialized job that calls for a degree, making all bachelor's degrees effectively low-tier at worst on this scale save the ones with bad reputations.
The rest is based on a combination of salaries, employability, and social prestige.
>>1071541 You should attempt to find another job with the salary you want.
Even if you get what you want at your present position, you're probably going to be seen as a disloyal careerist(not that there's anything wrong with that.) You'll be able to stay for a while, but eventually your going to have to move one anyway.
If you can't find something in short order, go in high but reasonable. Use Glassdoor for others with the same title at competitors or whatever as supporting evidence.
>>1071486 Depends on your goals. If your goal is to start a business no. If your goal is to become VP level or above of an established business, then you should do an MBA and a stint in management consulting.
From a short term money perspective, it's probably worth it if you get into a top 10 school (Harvard, Wharton, etc) and are making less than about 100k in your current job.
Hi what is your oppinion of the marketing strategy called multi-level marketing, companies like Amway, Omnilife, Herbalife. In my country there is too much of this and I would to know if that model is effective or a waste of time and money.
Is there any chance that doing this will actually impair my chances of getting a position by making the staff think I'm a giant autist? I found a job on seek and there's no information on the hiring team on the job ad, nor the official website of the organization. Almost everywhere on the web tells me to avoid "to whom it may concern" and other generic greetings like the plague. Thoughts?
>>1071335 People make money trading currencies all the time, both exclusively and as a part of more complex trades. Just because you didnt manage risk properly and lost you ass doesnt mean you had to start a gay thread about what other people "can't do" when they are clearly doing it just fine
what does have massive problems is Bitcoin. Bitcoin has a "foundation" which acts as nothing more than a club for whales. bunch of shady businesspeople doing back room deals to screw over their collapsing community.
no one can decide shit in Bitcoin the whole thing is a pile of wank.
Looking for some feedback on career related questions. I think I have myself figured out quite well and I know most of this board (90% is trash), but that 10% can be pretty critical and logical and I appreciate that. So here is my story, I went to a third tier university in Canada. I had descent highschool marks (high 80s low 90s), but didn't really know the importance of school. My marks really sank (below a 3.0 GPA) when my father died around 2/3rd year, as I had to help out the family business, and decided to still stay in school. Fast forward... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
My goal is to work at NYC, but my concerns are: - I don't have connections there - Getting a Visa may be a bitch (i.e. why would they hire me when there is a descent talent pool there that doesn't need to be brought over) - My work experience would not likely be seen as relevant, small PE firm, credit rating agency and even the TD Asset management gig
My longer term goal is to work in Buy Side, it really makes my blood pump. I am thinking of possibly going there and just networking non-stop for a few weeks, but that may be fruitless or potentially... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /biz/ have a commercial banking interview soon for a major bank. small to mid size b2b accounts manager/analyst. looking for advice/commercial banking experience, etc. Already checkout internets and glassdoor and was not particularly helpful. majored in finance so thinking about hitting the books and doing some refreshing. what should i focus on? stats? accounting? basically just trying to get a sense of exactly what they're going to expect of me.
No way to tell. If you're in college right now they wouldn't expect you to know a ton, but know these things:
1) Definitions of common terms in the area you're applying for. Don't be like the guy who told a hiring guy a Goldman he wanted to found a hedge fund, and then could explain what a hedge fund was.
2) Have at least a rough knowledge of where the main markets and a few key indicators etc. are, which way they're trending, what you think they're going to be doing in the next year. So they know you're interested.
Apart from that, they could ask you anything so just be relaxed and see what happens. I remember in my college interviews with the bulge brackets they took us out to lunch as well, so brush up on your table manners if you're a total robot.
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