April was a month of speculation and intrigue in the Pellucid offices. Is John Snow actually dead? (at the time of writing, yes.) Who will Trump and Clinton pick for their running mates? (a New Jersey veep is a possiblity for both sides ) And how can banks fix the "junior banker problem"? (CEO, Adrian Crockett makes a case for the adoption of an apprenticeship model).
In April you may have missed:
Being shocked at the price of a pitchbook page after totting up your own costs using our Pitchbook Calculator. (Fix The Pitch)
Feeling relieved that sometimes it’s ok if your analysis doesn’t produce any insights. When the best advice you can give a client is no advice. (Fix The Pitch)
Figuring out where you should transfer to. When it’s time to leave the office, Frankfurt is one of the most appealing cities for bankers according to our Ranking Chart. (Fix The Pitch)
Some sports science. How to tell what may happen when a baseball meets the bat. (FiveThirtyEight)
Permission to delete those LinkedIn posts you’re ignoring. (Fix The Pitch)
Pondering if consolidation is more likely than disruption when it comes to fintech and banking. (The New York Times)
Wondering what mean reversion has to do with a dog--and then having it all become clear. (Fix The Pitch)
Wasting hours exploring which movies give women more lines of dialogue than men. (Polygraph)
Wasting even more hours on Data USA, the most comprehensive visualization of U.S. Public data. (Data USA)
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