Wall Street: World Financial Center

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The Wall of Wall Street
The name Wall Street evolved from the earliest history of North America. Back then, a wall stood as a protective boundary between the wealth of the Dutch Settlement of New…
The Growth of Wall Street
At one end of Wall Street sits Trinity Church. Behind the church is a cemetery. A young man named Alexander Hamilton, whose ideas were fundamental in making Wall Street into…
Wall Street & The Growth of America
In the 19th century, America was divided by the Appalachian Mountains allowing the East and West to develop independent of each other, NY Governor DeWitt Clinton proposed building the Erie…
Wall Street & Modern Investing
NASDAQ founded in 1971 made it possible for young, high risk companies to go public creating a role for venture capitalists. Early venture capitalists included Queen Isabella of Spain who…
Wall Street & Main Street
Early Wall Street bankers could never have imagined the many different investment vehicles now connecting Main Street and Wall Street. People of varied age and backgrounds all come to Wall…
Shining A Light On Wall Street
Justice and transparency of information is the most efficient way to realize trade but there was really only one rule on Wall Street, "buyer beware". For Wall Street bankers an…
Wall Street Never Sleeps
Movie director Oliver Stone hoped to reveal the inside of Wall Street; exposing the greed and questionable risks that seem to cast a curse on the street. With the advent…
Wall Street & Subprime Mortgages
Getting from the early availability of credit to subprime mortgages is an interesting journey. It involves a fascinating look at the emergence of credit starting with immigrant banks and moving…
Wall Street & The Bubble of ‘08
Had history repeated itself? Lehman Brothers, a company with more than a 100 year history was gone. It's portfolio of subprime mortgages worthless. 2400 miles away California was beginning to…
Wall Street & The Emergence of Asia
The center of the capital markets is shifting from America to Asia, that's what the future is going to be. China's economy has been on a fast track of growth,…

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Wall Street & Main Street
Early Wall Street bankers could never have imagined the many different investment vehicles now connecting Main Street and Wall Street. People of varied age and backgrounds all come to Wall Street with the same dream. Modern investing is comprised of an important list of investment vehicles for turning risk to…
Wall Street & Modern Investing
NASDAQ founded in 1971 made it possible for young, high risk companies to go public creating a role for venture capitalists. Early venture capitalists included Queen Isabella of Spain who funded Christopher Columbus' voyage to the new world and banker JP Morgan who funded Thomas Edison and the electric light.…
Wall Street & Subprime Mortgages
Getting from the early availability of credit to subprime mortgages is an interesting journey. It involves a fascinating look at the emergence of credit starting with immigrant banks and moving forward to various financial derivatives and the establishment of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Real estate loans became tradable securities…
Wall Street & The Bubble of ‘08
Had history repeated itself? Lehman Brothers, a company with more than a 100 year history was gone. It's portfolio of subprime mortgages worthless. 2400 miles away California was beginning to feel the effect. Within months the entire banking system of Iceland would collapse. The global impact catastrophic. What did "too…
Wall Street & The Emergence of Asia
The center of the capital markets is shifting from America to Asia, that's what the future is going to be. China's economy has been on a fast track of growth, rising in stature. The Industrial & Commercial Bank of China is the world's largest by market value. Still there is…
Wall Street & The Growth of America
In the 19th century, America was divided by the Appalachian Mountains allowing the East and West to develop independent of each other, NY Governor DeWitt Clinton proposed building the Erie Canal helping to connect the country while also fueling its growth. He turned to the bankers on Wall Street for…
Wall Street Never Sleeps
Movie director Oliver Stone hoped to reveal the inside of Wall Street; exposing the greed and questionable risks that seem to cast a curse on the street. With the advent of computers and electronic trading, trading on stocks and other financial instruments is available any time of day or night.…
The Wall of Wall Street
The name Wall Street evolved from the earliest history of North America. Back then, a wall stood as a protective boundary between the wealth of the Dutch Settlement of New Amsterdam and the Native Americans. It's a difficult challenge to find traces of that original wall from a time 400…
Shining A Light On Wall Street
Justice and transparency of information is the most efficient way to realize trade but there was really only one rule on Wall Street, "buyer beware". For Wall Street bankers an important condition of their success was confidentiality and measured control of information. One man, a Mr. Dow responded to this…
The Growth of Wall Street
At one end of Wall Street sits Trinity Church. Behind the church is a cemetery. A young man named Alexander Hamilton, whose ideas were fundamental in making Wall Street into what it is today, chose this cemetery as his final resting place. Hamilton & Jefferson would debate how a young…
Four Women Who Moved Financial Markets
Part of the Series: The Art of Investing
On average, women are better investors than men, with the patience, self-control, and risk-consciousness that are crucial to success in the financial world. Study four female top investors: Hetty Green, Linda Bradford Raschke, Sonia Gardner, and Leda Braga--each with a different approach to building wealth.
Miami: A World of all Excess
Part of the Series: The Most Dangerous Cities
Miami is a huge city undergoing an explosion: an explosion of drug trafficking (Miami is the American capital of cocaine) and a demographic explosion, with large numbers of Latin American immigrants. Since 2005 the city has experienced its greatest real estate boom since the 20's. Miami: an explosive cocktail where…