Wall Street cycles: confetti to crash

Diary of a Real Estate Rookie

The premier event for luxury agents and brokers
Luxury Connect | Oct. 16-18 | Beverly Hills

In 1988, I went to work on Wall Street. It was a job that I was thrilled to have, because even though I graduated with highest honors from a top school (Harvard), Wall Street was not terribly friendly to women and it had taken me a year to get hired. This was despite an amazing Wall Street boom where the banks were throwing around money like confetti.