MET Traders are recruiting a number of exceptional candidates for their unique 'School of Excellence' training programme. MET provide only a few select places therefore candidates will need to consistently prove themselves successful during the training period to be selected for a permanent salaried position.
MET Traders is a financial futures trading firm specialising in proprietary trading. In addition MET provide Market Making services on the world’s leading exchanges. Candidates will be given training from MET’s leading traders, who will be teaching at an individual level. This sophisticated training programme has been developed in house and has a proven track record of success.
This is a salaried role for successful trainees and there will be bonuses from MET's reward based remuneration package. Market standards dictate trainees to pay for training, however MET will not be charging candidates. This is an exceptional opportunity for the right candidate. There will be no remunerations during the training period.
The programme is highly focused on the individual and concentrates on developing the candidates own trading style and helps to identify which products will be best suited for them to trade.
The candidate must have excellent numeracy skills. Previous experience is not required however; a dynamic professional who works well under pressure is imperative.
This is a fantastic opportunity for highly motivated individuals who are focused, determined and thrive in a meritocracy.
Were u a trading assistant or trade support guy?
How did you get into that industry initially. Do they require a finance degree? I have a MIS degree. I also took pretty much all the finance courses available back in my college. But I can't find a computer job now. Very interested in what you did before. Could you tell me more about your line of works?
I am a financial news junkie and pretty analystic. Love more about macroeconomic subjects than microeconomic ones. Which field of trade support are better for my background? Fixed Income or Foreign Exchange maybe?
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Hi, sorry to bother you. I saw your post below. And very interested in what you did. were you a a trading assistant or in trade support? How did you get into that industry initially? Do they require a finance degree? I have a MIS degree. I also took pretty much all the finance courses available back in my college. But I can't find a computer job now. Very interested in what you did before. Could you tell me more about your line of works?
I am a financial news junkie and pretty analystic. Love more about macroeconomic subjects than microeconomic ones. Which field of trade support are
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Not sure if u still remember me. My background is in finance, trade desk administration to be exact. love programming and trying to break into IT. Took quite a few comp sci courses and did very well back in college. Currently I am volunteering as a helpdesk and desktop support guy for a MIS dept of a medical center in Manhattan. The manager told me that since they are mainly dealing with healthcare info mgt system, the experience I got there wont be that useful with financial info sys, let alone trading system. I am thinking itâs a stepping stone nonetheless, since I have no commercial expoerience in IT
Then you should have taken more
Finance and math courses.
i would say you would have to go back to the colonial era. by my reckoning around the turn of the 18th century would be about the time a million bucks (which of course didn't exist then in that form, so this is an entirely imputed idea) would have the same value as half a billion dollars now. and, of course, nothing we purchase today has much similarity to what was purchased then except, perhaps, undeveloped land, commodities or other currencies (and people didn't trade currencies much in those days).