I daily cast my doubts on the ability of Wall Street to survive in its current form.
There are my misgivings about the economic stability of the TBTF business model and the daily screeching of monkeys hoping for greener pastures.
But then I read about something like this, and I am reminded of the ultimate magnet Wall Street points at the metal heads of monkeys and how it reels them in like salmon.
The Allure of Prestige
We all like money and ultimately need it to survive, but as many a Stocke Exchange Board Member and Financial Regulator alike, will tell you...
It is not just about the money, it is about sitting at the table...and ultimately, about having a say .
Kappa Beta Phi
What a great name for the Alphas of Wall Street...insert snicker, right about here.
So tell me guys, does any of you have the balls, the audacity and the utter contempt for your own existence to actually make it to this level?
Can you see yourself hitting these heights in Investment Banking?
I have still yet to meet a single person on WSO who has told me that they would like to run an IB division...
It seems like you all have other plans...
Well, here's the chance for you proud lifers to take a stand and show us some of that Wall Street pride that the politicians and populists seem to have sequestered over the last 30 months or so...
Do you think there will even be a Wall Street skull and bones come 2030 or will Lloyd, Jimmy and Josh be taking their surf and turf through a swirly straw at a luxury nursing facility upstate?
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