Hopefully, all are welcome, whether you work on Wall Street, want to work on Wall Street, have a perverse interest in Wall Street, named you newest rotweiler Wall Street, or are just wondering what is here. In any case, with the way that business is done these days, a 'desk on Wall Street' can physically exist almost anywhere on the planet.I have spent most of the last twenty years as one of the gajillion 'systems professionals' on Wall Street. (The phrase still makes me laugh, since almost all of us, when I first started, had degrees such as geology, forestry and creative writing. I think I knew one person with a computer science degree then.) As such, I can contribute to the areas that I know about the business and about the systems that support those portions of the business. I have worked at a bank, a brokerage, two inter-dealer brokers, and two financial software houses.I am not, however, a broker or trader. I do not think that I can properly discuss many of the details of the voodoo that they do so well; it will be great fun learning more about it here. From earlier postings and her experience, I'm sure that CassWoman will be a very capable and interesting voice in that area. I hope there are many more, as well.==> david
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