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Please Fill Out the Information Below to be considered for an Officer Position:

The application is due by 11:59pm, Friday November 26th, 2014.

Your Name:

Your E-mail:

Your UCLA ID / Trading Competition email:

Your Class Level:

Your GPA:

In a sentence or two, please describe the type of investor you are, or aim to become. This can include the methodology you use, or are most interested in learning about.

Which meetings did you attend this quarter and state the most interesting thing that you learned from that meeting:

The next set of questions are a series of essay questions that assess you as an individual. They can be answered in one sentence or a few paragraphs. They ARE ALL limited to 500 words each. They're mostly for fun and you do not need to write us long essays that parallel the intensity of your college essays. Please answer AT LEAST one; answering all is NOT Required. Just have fun with it!

Please describe a challenge that you have been faced with before and how you overcame it:

If you were entrusted with correcting the U.S. economy at this moment, how would you proceed to do it? You do not have to be entirely realistic.

Who is your icon, mentor, or hero, and why. If you have multiple, pick the one most finance related:

Suppose you're on a game show, and you're given the choice of three doors: Behind one door is a car; behind the others, goats. You pick a door, say No. 1, and the host, who knows what's behind the doors, opens another door, say No. 3, which has a goat. He then says to you, "Do you want to pick door No. 2? or stay with your original door?" What do you do? Explain your thought process (If you Google this, we will know)

BONUS QUESTION: Try to answer this even if you have answered one of the above. (Don't worry if you don't know the answer, just guess). I have a bond which has a yield to maturity (the effective yield I earn per year if I hold the bond until it matures) of X%. This bond has a duration of Y. How much can the market-equivalent interest rate increase before I reach a negative effective yield?

Last thing that we will would like from you is a copy of your Resume (PDF ONLY). If you don't have one or it is out of date, please type up a quick one and send as a PDF. Or, feel free to leave it blank and you can enter a description of your prior work or academic experiences below:

Resume Alternative: Describe your past work or academic experiences; something you want us to know about you is fine:

Submit (This can only be done ONCE)