Registered: Apr 2012
05-10-12 09:25 PM
Quote from newwurldmn:
Because a lot of jobs don't pay well. It sounds like the OP was in a group that managed the cash or was hedging or operating the business (oil, etc.) He probably didn't have a pure profit motive and if he probably leaned heavily on the company's balance sheet, brand, market position, etc.
Those jobs don't pay millions of dollars/year and a track record is pretty meaningless.
Well you are pretty close except the track records.
The point is that this is the real life of a portfolio manager at list in my country
We have a basic salary and success fee on profits.
Unfortunately you right they dont pay millions/year to the manager because the assets under management in most of the companies dont exceed 10 millions.
But this is something else from my initial quote.
So is there any professional to give any advice?