After turning $1100 into $7015 in three months in the stock market right out of college, the author worked for 15 years on Wall Street experiencing things first hand that you probably heard about in the media. During that time, she started this investment blog with insider investment tips and insights that help everyday investors learn how to be successful in the markets.
If you’re sincerely and earnestly interested in learning about saving and investing, and if you want a blog backed by real hands-on experience in personal finance, you’re in the right place!
Who Runs “The Wall Street Geek”?
The Wall Street Geek is run by Michelle Price, Managing Principal of Price Capital which is a New York City-based Investment Advisory Firm. She also writes books and videos — read more about that here. And just for visiting, get a free workbook here.
She graduated from Rice and Stanford Universities, and has highly sought-after experience in investment management and portfolio risk analysis with experience from Morgan Stanley, Citigroup, and Goldman Sachs.
She also supports local children’s charities, and has two black belts.
You can’t get any geekier than that. But if you read this blog, you may develop your own inner financial geek (and ninja).
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