Nowadays, it’s so hard to find someone who’s hardworking, smart, funny, cool, clever and cultured.Perks and shortcomings are part and parcel of being with anyone, whether he or she is a writer, a lawyer or a science nerd.We always hear about these Wall Street dating horror stories.There's the rude email cover letter from an investment manager begging for a second date, the alleged stalking bank analyst and the finance guy's spreadsheet comparing his online dating prospects, just to name a few of the more recent ones.This week saw yet another jaw-dropping tale of Wall Street prattishness, this time in the form of a post-date survey. (This is the case with a lot of these confessional, finance-date posts.) After going on a handful of dates, the tipster (a woman) says the pair parted ways — at which point she received a “Date Response Form.” It was a post-mortem review sheet, courtesy of Mike. ” (coupled with “Are you a feminist,” amusingly enough) and “How are Mike’s conversation skills? It reads like the dialogue from a mediocre, experimental one-act play.
It’s hardly any surprise that Gordon Gekko and Patrick Bateman were each conceived within roughly five years of each other.
Hence, I know, better than anyone, what makes Wall Street men tick.
Here are a few tips for the women out there who are dating or would like to be dating a man on Wall Street: 1.
Additionally, you need to be prepared that the volatility of the markets might make your guy’s mood unpredictable, especially on a day that his personal portfolio went down dramatically. While a Wall Street man tends to like a little bit of a challenge when it comes to dating, he still likes things to be convenient and easy for him.
A lot of women think that if they play hard to get, they will land a Wall Street man. Yes, you should be confident and avoid being a pushover but, at the same time, you shouldn’t be difficult.