Dating someone who works on wall street
But obviously, there are a considerable amount of guys out there who are seriously lowering their stock.
Matchmaker Samantha Daniels gained some internet notoriety this year when she posted a story on CNBC around Valentine's Day called "How to Date a Wall Street Man, which offered tips like, "[Y]ou shouldn’t be difficult.
(Those things just scare the crap out of the rest of us.) I know plenty of guys who have finance-related job titles and are still sweet, affectionate and well-mannered gentlemen.
He's never going to let you watch "Gossip Girl" because he needs to check the stocks and watch finance reports on CNN. Being with a guy who's into crunching numbers has made gift giving effortless. He's probably just burying his face in a copy of the Wall Street Journal, trying to get his money's worth in subscription fees. In his spare time, he's probably working on Excel spreadsheets. Apparently, since he's a "finance-ier," he needs Excel. But on Macs, "it kills time." But really, if you ask me what he's doing, he's probably on the verge of jabbing his eyes out – Oedipus-Rex style – after staring at those Excel spreadsheets for too long. This is great because it's the task nobody wants to take on after finishing a meal while out with friends. Let's not deny the appeal of dating someone with a lot of disposable income.
Get him a cool, new, updated Texas Instrument financial calculator. If it's not that, he's probably reading Neil O'Hara's "The Fundamentals Of Municipal Bonds."If he's on his phone, he's probably mobile browsing some article on Business Insider, Forbes or Fast Company. But honestly, fiscal responsibility is most important.
Money Comes First (And Always Will)As How About We points out, the great part about dating someone in finance is that they probably have a large disposable income they can spend on romantic dinners, once-in-a-lifetime experiences, and, well, you. How much they make will almost always come up on the first date (UGH), and most likely, any emotional problems you have will have to be explained in dollars and cents for them to understand and/or sympathize. They Don't Get It When You're Not Interested This creepy list was written by an investment banker who simply couldn't take unreturned texts and calls as an answer that a first date didn't want to see him again.
So he Googled her and proceeded to pen this 1,600-word email asking why she wasn't into him. Their Social Norms AREN'T Normal Inspired by the creepy letter above, Gawker assembled 10 more horror stories about dating finance guys.