Need a referral for an in-house legal role at any of the Financial/Fintech Companies. Kindly connect through DM or comment here if you can help me with your referral for any of these companies.
Anybody else noticed recruiters are only proactively reaching out about hybrid/on-site roles nowadays?
It's almost as if people don't want to be in offices anymore so that's why it's difficult for them to fill those roles.
Sidenote: recruiters, you can see on my LI profile that I'm remote. In the "What jobs are you interested in" field you can see I'm only interested in remote roles.
So, why are you reaching out to me about jobs in a city 3 hours away that's 100% onsite and w/out even a ReLo?
Hi , need 11 likes for dm . Pls help.
Hi folks, hoping someone can help me out. I got an offer from IBM India and I saw that there are two components in the salary. The reference salary and the retirals.
Is the retirals part of my CTC? Will the PF deduction be part of that or will the PF be deducted from the reference salary?
Need a help, I got offer from Deutsche. It is an average offer. Other company think future is offering me 35% on top of Deutsche CTC.
I tried negotiating but db line manager is so stuck that no more pay than that, and unfortunetly my ego got hurt from it- Its not right but it is what it is.
What you guyz suggest which company?
Skills- IT industry
Future plans- executive mba
PS I am not greedy but I prefer respectful behaviour and consideration.
New name for the GMS Corp that pwc just sold to a PE firm … PwC they’re just going to take the ‘p’ out of it. …
Are there other social workers out there who feel all the attention is on how hard nurses work without any mention of social works same conditions and responsibilities?
For virtual staff meetings, what are some ways to make the meeting effective and engaging? Guest speaker? Some type of knowledge sharing?
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Applied for a position in PWC UK and status shows as 'interviewin' on workday. Does this mean I'm selected for an Interview, or that the position itself is now in the interviewing process.
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Joined AC Bangalore office last year as Associate 1 and will be completing year anniversary by April 2022. Wanted to hear from experienced folks how's the path gonna be for Associate 2 . Generally How's the timeline for it , what's the hike Percentage for progression, how is the year end hike etc. Thanks in advance. PwC
What exactly does JPM DIB do?
Earlier i was hired to work on testing/automation but after joining training was never given on that and they took me in an internal project which i wasn't aware of. After working for more than a year i want to switch to testing, so I requested the same to a higher official. They said we can't switch you to testing as you don't have training but we can take you later on and give you training side by side with your current project. Should I believe them or switch the company. Please help PwC
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1) Trade stocks first - or options trades under $100. Understand what a good company looks like (fundamental analysis) and what a good stock looks like (technical analysis). Pick up some some technical indicators know how and see if you can find patterns. Finding stocks that look set to move is a big enhancer to options trading.
2) Do some training around options on sites like Option Alpha, Project Option, or Tasty Trade. This helps you understand the lingo and concepts. Some Tasty Trade videos get very technical so you may want to build up to that (these are the guys that built Think or Swim then built a new platform after they sold TOS). If you’re really up for, it get a book like the Options Edge and learn how the Greeks work and the mechanics of pricing.
3) Create a trading plan and stock to it. What do you want to trade? How and with what strategies? How much capital do you risk on a single position? When do you get out of a winning trade or losing trade? Etc.
This is a skill set and you should treat like that. There’s so many great tools out there and for leas than $100 you can get some good insights into how to make it work. It’s not easy, but if this is something you want to make work over the long term put in the effort to learn.
Start with TOS paper money
Investing with options is an oxymoron. You can use them to hedge your investments or speculate but very different from longterm investments
Have a plan and stick to it. My biggest mistake was selling a covered call and when it went up I opted to buy it back and keep the stock. Of course the stock dropped back to its previous level a few weeks later so not only did I pay cash to close the call far in excess of what I sold it for but my offsetting unrealized gains quickly disappeared.
I should have just let the call be exercised like I originally planned then DCAd back in.