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Key Points from Book: Unknown Market Wizards: The Best Traders You’ve Never Heard Of

Jack D. Schwager is probably one of the best author on trading books that have ever been written. His first book, Market Wizards, published in 1989 has attained a cult status among market participants and helped them develop an edge … Continue reading

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Key Points from Think Twice by Michael Mauboussin

According to research by Stanovich and others, if you explain to intelligent people how they might go wrong with a problem before they decide, they do much better than if they solve the problem with no guidance. The second experiment … Continue reading

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Now That I Passed the Whole CFA Program: Is it Worth the Effort?

If you are working in finance and have friends/colleague who did CFA level 3 exam last June, there is a good chance that you have seen them posting their exam result today, usually stating that they passed the whole CFA … Continue reading

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Bank of America – Merrill Lynch Acquisition During Global Financial Crisis

Download the PDF to see the figures: bank-of-america-merrill-lynch-acquisition Part I: Case Summary “On September 15, 2008, Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. and Bank of America Corporation announced a strategic business combination in which a subsidiary of Bank of America will merge … Continue reading

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The Game: Applying for Graduate School

This post is about my progress in applying for a finance graduate study in North America as an international student, some of you may relate and hopefully found things that is helpful in your journey. It has been a while … Continue reading

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