- It doesn't matter where I see it. What matters is that automation is becoming very important and the skill to program computers is becoming more and more valuable. If it's not quant trading, it will be something else, and that's not the only field to make money.Hi,
thanks for your Response.
Regarding your Quote there I wanted to ask you if you know "more" about quantitative trading. If so, I would be delighted if you could answer the following questions:
Where do you see the future of quant trading and the whole finance industry?
What degree should I pursue for Msc/PhD?
Which interns would you advice after a spring week?
Thank you in advance.
There is no 'whole finance industry'. There are different parts to it, each having its' own different trajectory. Focus on improving your skill. You are in your first year of university, don't worry about which field to choose yet.
- Whatever you like. No one can tell you that. For example, I regret doing a finance degree. Computer science would have been much more useful And interesting.
- Again, whatever you want. Speak to people who work in the industry you have an interest in working. Ask for coffee. Go out your way and meet them.