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Yeah, I'm enjoying it actually.
C'mon J...Admit it...You, like the rest of us miss Kalra just a bit dontcha? JJF
post #17 of 25
Course I do.. he's still with us in spirit. Maybe we should compile a "Best of Kalra" and paste it into the HOF best posts. Actually, last night while driving I randomly thought of Nick M's post with the menacing zoom-in effect on his eye and laughed my ass off. Dun dun DUN..
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Kaga : Ernest was quoting someone from the AskAndy forum who said that he was a vice president (NewYorkBuck) so I guess that Ernest was asking him for a job...
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Wow - what a question. Firstly, kudos to those who cited "The Millionaire Next Door" - it should be required reading in High School for everyone. Secondly - my background. I come from a very modest family - I am the first of a generation to go away to college. Neither one of my parents graduated from high school. I did not have a very desirable wardrobe growing up - I had what was cheap and what fit and that was it. Perhaps this is one of the reasons I spoil myself with clothes now. I went to college on scholarship and obtained degrees in physics, econ, and philosophy. After working for a few years, I went back to get my MBA from an Ivy League institution. I now am an a vice president in investment banking at one of Wall Streets largest investment houses .
post #19 of 25
How could I be vice president of a Wall Street company when I live in Paris and speak english like I do. It was a quotation and I was begging for a job.
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How could I be vice president of a Wall Street company when I live in Paris and speak english like I do. It was a quotation and I was begging for a job.
Don't get a job ernest. We enjoy reading about your adventures as a gentleman of leisure. What kind of Porsche do you have?
post #21 of 25
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(ernest @ 10 Nov. 2004, 12:36) How could I be vice president of a Wall Street company when I live in Paris and speak english like I do. It was a quotation and I was begging for a job.
Don't get a job ernest. We enjoy reading about your adventures as a gentleman of leisure. What kind of Porsche do you have?
May be the forum could make a collection for me and then I could not work at all. An old one.
post #22 of 25
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Ernest, It was really late, and I was obviously tired when I read the statement that "I am now an a vice president at one of Wall Street's largest investment houses." Next time, to avoid any potential confusion, you should cleary state that it was a quotation from an earlier post. This is how you should have done it: Dear New York Buck, My talents and experience should be of interest to a firm like yours, one of Wall Street's largest investment houses. After graduating with a PhD in finance, I have worked at several financial offices for over two and a half years where I have acquired skills in all phases of finance including x,y, z. If there is an opening at the branch office in France, I am extremely confident that I can contribute to its growth and profits. I would appreciate the oppurtunity to show you how I can help your firm meet its targets and goals. Sincerely, Ernest Of course, I could again be misinterpreting some of your statements you made in a different thread. I didn't understand what you were trying to say when you stated that you spent "4 years of studying economics and one more year studying finance and monetary (just before PhD)."
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ernie, How can you afford to spend so much on clothing if you don't have a job? Even if you were awarded generous bonuses working in finance, it will eventually run out at some point.
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Ernest, It was really late, and I was obviously tired when I read the statement that  "I am now an a vice president at one of Wall Street's largest investment houses." Next time, to avoid any potential confusion, you should cleary state that it was a quotation from an earlier post. This is how you should have done it: Dear New York Buck, My talents and experience should be of interest to a firm like yours, one of Wall Street's largest investment houses. After graduating with a PhD in finance, I have worked at several financial offices for over two and a half years where I have acquired skills in all phases of finance including x,y, z. If there is an opening at the branch office in France, I am extremely confident that I can contribute to its growth and profits. I would appreciate the oppurtunity to show you how I can help your firm meet its targets and goals.                                             Sincerely,                                             Ernest Of course, I could again be misinterpreting some of your statements you made in a different thread. I didn't understand what you were trying to say when you stated that you spent "4 years of studying economics and one more year studying finance and monetary (just before PhD)."
Degree in economics and afterwards one more year (pre PhD year)
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ernie, How can you afford to spend so much on clothing if you don't have a job? Even if you were awarded generous bonuses working in finance, it will eventually run out at some point.
I can change lead into gold...
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