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Trading Success Stories: Jan Sramek



Professional trader Sramek was elected as the youngest Traders from Top 100 Top Trader on Wall Street. With his young, Sramek is known to have a pretty arrogant temperament. He made the comments on his personal Twitter site shortly after was interviewed by CNN, reporter 4
I was just arguing the economy with the CNN reporter 4 people who recently graduated College. They see me as Gordon Gekko.

Gordon Gekko is a main antagonist character (played by Michael Douglas) in the movie "Wall Street" who used the power of his money is in controlling the market. Mhhmm .... so reminded of George Soros.

But despite her known arrogant and ambitious, Sramek is known as a highly individual genius. He broke the world record as a student gets an A in 10 fields of subjects, and is now still a student at the London School of Economic.

His career as a trader's journey began when he was 13 years old. After college she experience trading increasingly uphill and he's collecting a lot of money off of trading results.

His trading experience not playing, Sramek became a market analyst at investment bank such as AKO Capital, Marshall Wace, Barclays Capital, Deutsche.

Until finally his feet set in wilderness Sramek Wall Street along with Goldman Sachs, and here his career uphill rapidly. Along with his teammates in the Emerging markets Trading Desk of Goldman Sachs, he grabs the results are truly astonishing world.

Story of Trader Jan Sramek


In the first quarter of 2010, the Division made a record trading35 days Sramek never loss and generate more than 100 jutadollar America cash for Goldman Sachs.

Here is an excerpt of an interview with Jan Sramek:

What motivates you?

I compete with myself. Working with people who can make me surprised and learn from it.
What target you in the future? What would you lakukandi a period of 15 years to come?

Ideally I work in the financial field on one side, but I also love being an entrepreneur. Market it like a fantastic puzzle and keep changing every satudemi you add one part of the puzzle. I really liked the intellectual challenges like this.

What life goals you want to achieve?

I want to be the one to make things change, and I need a strong position for this. The school teaches us appropriate textbooks, they rarely give birth to an individual who thinks independently.

If you are the CEO of a company in the world? which company do you want? and why?

I don't want it. I might be interested in becoming a hedge fund, but only to learn how to manage. I do not see the position as CEO of something interesting.

Do you have a favorite blog or book?

I subscribe (subscribe to articles via email) at 168 situsdan blog. So I have a few favorite blogs all about entrepeneurship and financial markets. In his last sentence, Sramek left messages for all traders,

See everything in terms of risk-reward, almost like a trade. • Determine your entry, exit and stop loss. Know when to get out.

As the youngest of the Top Traders, Sramek emphasizes that risk-reward became an important component in the success of his trading. Something that is actually very basic, easy to pronounce but hard to do when emotions and greed take over common sense.

Jan Sramek reportedly already resign from Goldman Shachs seharisetelah birthday 24 years. After that he decided "gambling" to set up his own company.


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