Recruiting events are starting. Read more
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Ok, Just applied to the value investing programme. Read more
After one weekend in Miami (great beach days, clubs, a deep hole in my pocket and a very windy landing in Newark) I arrived back in New York on Sunday at 2am. Read more
When the Laki fissure part of a volcanic system in Iceland, exploded in 1783, it generated what was described as a blood coloured sun, one of the hottest summers on record in Europe’s history and in 1784 the coldest winter in North America’s history. It was also partially responsible for the French Revolution – crop failure and ensuing poverty. Beware.
This recent eruption made my corporate finance professor Daniel travel from London to Paris via the Eurostar. Then he had to rent a car to get to Barcelona, he must have gone via the south of France, a trip I used to make a lot when I was a child, to finally catch a plane to New York. Read more
There is A LOT going on and I can’t find much time to do even half the things I would like to do. Read more
Ok, I have got tickets to go to the annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting in the Qwest Center in Omaha, Nebraska. Read more
The sun is shiny, the neighbourhood is just beautiful in spring and I have some bucks in my pocket: life is good in New York, athough, some bad things can happen. Read more
Seems like I will need some extra school credits this year. Read more
12:45am. I need a haircut. But I am not going to the one located at W4 and Charles: I am not in the mood to spend US$135 on a haircut. I am a student and not exactly a super rich one, so thanks to Ricardo I discovered another barber shop, near home, for US$42. Reasonable (two times as expensive as Buenos Aires but not bad at all for NY). Read more
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