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Jun 9, 2005 12:56 pm

Does anyone know anything about this firm?? I have a friend who works there and hates it. He started about 2 mos. ago. My curiosity has plagued me. Thanks.

Jun 9, 2005 1:03 pm

I don't know of the firm but I have an associate that I used to work with in NYC and I checked his CRD last week.  Apparently he left our old company and went to SW Bach.  I have no idea who they are.

Jun 9, 2005 2:40 pm
Dewey Cheatham:

I don't know of the firm but I have an associate
that I used to work with in NYC and I checked his CRD last week. 
Apparently he left our old company and went to SW Bach.  I have no
idea who they are.





Ah, nothing like checking each other's CRD history.



Lest anybody wonder where Dewey Cheatham works, somebody left there to go TO SW Bach.  Been down so long that everything's up, even Bach.

Jun 9, 2005 3:47 pm
Put Trader:
Dewey Cheatham:

I don't know of the firm but I have an associate that I used to work with in NYC and I checked his CRD last week.  Apparently he left our old company and went to SW Bach.  I have no idea who they are.



Ah, nothing like checking each other's CRD history.

Lest anybody wonder where Dewey Cheatham works, somebody left there to go TO SW Bach.  Been down so long that everything's up, even Bach.


I like you Put.  You assume that you know everything.


I WAS in New York.  I am not there now.  I actually worked at a firm that is a NYSE member and trades on the NYSE while I was in New York.  Why anybody would leave there to go to a no name firm is beyond me.


Anyway, I have since relocated back to the south.  Doing well.  Selling, not supervising.  I work for a living.  How about you?  Still trying to figure out the 90th percentile thing...huh?

Jun 9, 2005 3:53 pm

Put's old math professor has a booth at the flea market, and he's going to go there this weekend to try to get it straightened out.  Apparently, mathematics is wrong, but Put is right.


What a scheisskopf.

Jun 9, 2005 5:52 pm
Dewey Cheatham:
Put Trader:
Dewey Cheatham:

I
don't know of the firm but I have an associate that I used to work with
in NYC and I checked his CRD last week.  Apparently he left our
old company and went to SW Bach.  I have no idea who they
are.



Ah, nothing like checking each other's CRD history.

Lest anybody wonder where Dewey Cheatham works, somebody left there to go TO SW Bach.  Been down so long that everything's up, even Bach.


I like you Put.  You assume that you know everything.


I WAS in New York.  I am not there now.  I actually worked
at a firm that is a NYSE member and trades on the NYSE while I was in
New York.  Why anybody would leave there to go to a no name firm
is beyond me.





That's nice.  Tell me, why did you run a CRD check rather than just call them on the phone?



You could have a nice talk and ask why leave a nationally known firm and join SW Bach.



Why do you suppose it happened?  Surely as a thinking adult you have an opinion.

Jun 10, 2005 1:32 am

Put,


You're a dumbass.  I shouldn't explain myself to you but since everyone on here is in the process of educating you, I will talk to you like you are 4 years old (or 400; whichever is closer) and continue the education of Put Trader.


I am in the process of changing jobs.  I have an offer on the table and I use my previous manager from NY as a reference (always good to have a managing director at a NY firm as a reference).  Thus, I checked his CRD to make sure that he is still with the firm.  At the same time, I was nosy and checked the names of a few guys that were on the same sales team that I was on to make sure that they were there too.


Now do you understand? 


Surely as a thinking adult...oops...scratch that.

Jun 10, 2005 2:28 am

Put..why are you always causing a ruckus? Why can't you just answer the question? Stay with the topic buddy and be nice.

Jun 10, 2005 7:59 am
Dewey Cheatham:

Put,


You're a dumbass.  I shouldn't explain myself to you but since
everyone on here is in the process of educating you, I will talk to you
like you are 4 years old (or 400; whichever is closer) and continue the
education of Put Trader.


I am in the process of changing jobs.  I have an offer on the
table and I use my previous manager from NY as a reference (always good
to have a managing director at a NY firm as a reference).  Thus, I
checked his CRD to make sure that he is still with the firm.  At
the same time, I was nosy and checked the names of a few guys that were
on the same sales team that I was on to make sure that they were there
too.


Now do you understand? 


Surely as a thinking adult...oops...scratch that.





I repeat, why not just pick up the phone and call?



Using a guy as a reference who does not know you're using him as a
reference is like a lawyer asking a question in court that he doesn't
know the answer to.  What an incredibly dumb-ass thing to do.



When the CRD notifies the guy that you were looking at his CRD what do you think he is going to think about you?

Jun 10, 2005 11:19 am
Put Trader:
Dewey Cheatham:

Put,


You're a dumbass.  I shouldn't explain myself to you but since everyone on here is in the process of educating you, I will talk to you like you are 4 years old (or 400; whichever is closer) and continue the education of Put Trader.


I am in the process of changing jobs.  I have an offer on the table and I use my previous manager from NY as a reference (always good to have a managing director at a NY firm as a reference).  Thus, I checked his CRD to make sure that he is still with the firm.  At the same time, I was nosy and checked the names of a few guys that were on the same sales team that I was on to make sure that they were there too.


Now do you understand? 


Surely as a thinking adult...oops...scratch that.



I repeat, why not just pick up the phone and call?

Using a guy as a reference who does not know you're using him as a reference is like a lawyer asking a question in court that he doesn't know the answer to.  What an incredibly dumb-ass thing to do.

When the CRD notifies the guy that you were looking at his CRD what do you think he is going to think about you?

Jun 11, 2005 1:02 am

stay away from bach, bad news... the park avenue branch is run by kids and the downtown one is going to be a boiler room. The Li location is full of coke addicts, not a good place to start. How i know u ask ? i worked there!

Jun 11, 2005 1:32 am
moonlight:

stay away from bach, bad news... the park avenue
branch is run by kids and the downtown one is going to be a boiler
room. The Li location is full of coke addicts, not a good place to
start. How i know u ask ? i worked there!





listen to this man......

Jun 15, 2005 11:00 am

he works  in the LI office. did u work @ that branch, moonlight?