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How hard is it to become a hedge fund manager?

Author : Arman

Submitted : 2018-02-25 02:11:24    Popularity:     

Tags: hedge  hard  manager  fund  

get some $ together from different sources then invest it=you are a hedge fund manager. To be licensed, trained and successful-yes, it is very hard. WH

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get some $ together from different sources then invest it=you are a hedge fund manager. To be licensed, trained and successful-yes, it is very hard.

WHAT IS " hedge fund " ???
Hedge is a tree fence !

First you have to get a degree in accounting with TOP GRADES from a prestigious school. Then you need to get a degree in Finance from a more prestigious school and maintain a 3.9 or better GPA. Then you have to get a job with a Wall Street Brokerage Firm and be a broker for years to prove that you can make good judgement calls on stock trading.

Once you have worked you way up by making amazing predictions, acting on them and successfully increasing all the holdings and wealth for not only your clients but the company you work for, too..then and only then will your firm consider letting you handle one of their smaller funds.

When (if) you are successful with that you get more and bigger funds to manage.

And then you get to do that until you 'burn out' and quit or drop dead.

oh and you will have to work 18 hour days at the broker level to attain the Hedge Find Manager Status...and once you get there...you have to work 20 to 24 hour days ....

.......because......


.....when trading stops on Wall street, it opens in Japan, and a few hours later in China; when it closes in Japan it opens in India..when it closes in China it opens in Europe (London, Paris, Berlin...)...and when it closes in India it opens on Wall Street in NYC - USA.

If you sleep, go to the bathroom or stop to talk to your kids, you very likely will miss an important piece of news that will be vital to your investment strategy.


(For example....anyone who had shares in 'Snapchat' and saw Kylie Jenner's post yesterday would have sold them before they finished reading the post if they were smart.)

Very hard, top University, top grades, then very hard interviews in the UK
No one gets to be a Manager without years of experience.

bet you dont even know what an "hedge fund" IS

Once you've compromised your morals and sold your sold for gold, everything comes naturally.



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