• 09 Jan 2008 at 2:23 PM
  • Museum

Someday, All Of Wall Street Will Be A Museum

MuseumofFinance.gif[Editor’s Note: DealBreaker correspondent Everett Stuckey just returned from covering an important event on Wall Street. His report:]
When I was an analyst scurrying back and forth to my rat’s nest/cubicle the one thing that was missing from my life (besides a soul) was another tourist trap on wall street. Cause what I really need during my red bull run is crowds of slack jawed yokels moving in slow motion down the hallowed canyon of finance. So it is with great fanfare that we announce the opening of Museum of American Finance at 48 Wall Street (where else?). Soon every huckseed from Mayberry with a Scottrade account will be descending upon Wall Street for a history lesson.
Now the so called mission of The Museum of American Finance is to promote financial literacy. Yet there’s a shocking dearth of literature in the place. In fact I’m quite sure the average person can learn more about the finance industry by watching Boiler Room.
[More on the report after the jump.]

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