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Associate Portfolio Manager

at Moon Trading LLC in New York, NY   —   Jul 15, 2014   |  
Our team consists of the elite minds from some of the best institutions internationally with a mix of scientific/mathematical/technical backgrounds. Our challenge is to find non-random behavior in data sets and build strategies to take advantage of this.

Our competitive advantage is the model and brilliant combination of quantitative minds. We build our systems to be smarter, highly risk adverse, and rigorously tested. We offer all the support you will ever need to grow into wildly successful PM. You will be mentored by one of the most renown PM’s with successful track records, have access to all the latest technology, market data, capital, and resources.
Starting as an Associate Portfolio Manager you will get a chance to get in on with a top notch PM with strong quantitative skills. You will do research for new trading ideas. You will also learn how to set up your own book, and develop, refine, test, and implement your own book of strategies. This is an opportunity for you to work with elite minds as well as trade ideas, grow in knowledge and gain exponential earnings potential. The overall climate is for everyone to make money and go home satisfied.
Experience working with equities or with trading is preferred. (even an internship)
Interest in research
Need some programming skills. (Matlab, C++, Python, PERL)
Strong Math/Quantitative Skills and experience with Large Data Sets
Top Tier Education – Masters or PhD (Math, Science, Computer Science, Engineering, Computational Finance)
For your knowledge, skills and abilities you will be finely rewarded.
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