Speculation - New Orleans Style
McNew, Leslie, Futures (Cedar Falls, IA)
It's said that a trader has to pay his tuition to the markets to eventually be successful. A unique class and independent internship program are putting that theory to the test. Here's their story.
Education evolves with student interests, and as students of trading become more interested in classes that bridge the gap from financial theory to real world application, universities are offering more of what are known as experiential learning classes.
As a professor in the AB Freeman School of Business at Tulane University in New Orleans, one of my classes is on trading of the spot foreign exchange market, in which students leam how to day-trade the EUR/USD relationship, …
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Publication information: Article title: Speculation - New Orleans Style. Contributors: McNew, Leslie - Author. Magazine title: Futures (Cedar Falls, IA). Volume: 33. Issue: 13 Publication date: October 2004. Page number: 38+. © 2009 Summit Business Media. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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