From a post on this forum: "One of the things I hear the older Wall Streeters talk about is that finance isn't as much "fun" as it used to be. I wasn't there, so I don't know whether we may or may not get those "fun times" back. But even if we don't, we can turn to The Wolf of Wall Street and say, "Ah...those WERE good times."
My experience with Wall Street has been zero fun. Only nitty-gritty math and being silent on management meetings. I wonder - what silos of Wall Street are "fun"? Is this a bygone concept?