Wednesday, September 7, 2011


Although the following article doesn't fall within the realm of 'tradingpithistory' it does have a lot of similarities with those who left the trading floor as to their self identity.  Justin Bourne, a former pro hockey player who is now a columnist, wrote recently on the effect of leaving a career that largely defines who a person is.  I've watched others make a painful transition out of trading into 'the real world' and it's generally not pretty.  Even when trading has gone through slow periods, a question I posed to myself is what else would I like to be doing and nothing could come close to sticking with trading, it's the greatest job in the world.  Anyways, here's the link to the article:

Bourne Blog: Losing your identity after the hockey’s done

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