If bankers are “farmers”, working over the long-haul on extended projects, traders are probably “hunters”, periods of rapid activities. The enormous pressure you face will be much greater than anything you’ve ever experienced – especially if you’ve only been a newbie before. While sales don’t have to face multiple monitors with dense graphs and charts, they will be humbly in touch with as many clients as possible via diverse channels and coordinate the trade with traders to facilitate the process. Today, we are glad to have a professional quantitative trader to share his years of experience in trading financial instruments. He’ll also provide valuable insights to interns and job seekers to better understand the nature of Sales and Trading.