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High Frequency Trading & Asset Management

  • 147

    Interview Questions

  • 50

    Market Scenarios

  • 1

    Job listings

The amount of questions depicted above represent a wide variety of problems. Each problem has a unique approach, so the problems are not simple replications of the same concept containing different numbers.

Our courses

  • Mental Arithmetic (Free!)

    Traders are quick if it comes down to mental arithmetic. The first round of the interviews usually contains a mental arithmetic test.
  • Sequences

    Without preparation, sequences might overwhelm you. Exercise is key. After a while you will start recognising all kind of sequences.
  • Brain Teasers

    Brainteasers are an important part of the trading interviews. Your approach and behaviour during solving might become more important than the actual answer itself.
  • Probability and Statistics

    Trading interviews contain probability questions. Therefore, it is good to have a solid understanding of the basic (and in some cases advanced) concepts.
  • Derivatives Theory

    This course will first take you through the theoretical description of the different kind of financial instruments, before it continues on the mathematics of option theory.
  • Market Making

    The interviewer can test the applicant’s intuition, stress-resistance, sharpness, short-term memory and the applicant’s ability to draw conclusion from information.
  • Asset Pricing

    If you are interested in a career in asset management, you need to understand the mechanics of asset pricing. Asset pricing is one of the main pillars of financial economics and this course will go through all the fundamental topics.
  • Linear Algebra

    This branche of mathematics proves to be a very powerful tool for structuring and processing a large amount of data. Therefore, it is also important that a quant has a good understanding of linear algebra.