n. Used as a code word while talking about MySpace in public so people don't think you are actually talking about MySpace (which is not cool).
"Did you see that Joy took you off her Wallstreet?"
"Ew what a bitch!"
"Did you see my new photos on Wallstreet?"
"Yeah... so hot!"
A place of opportunity, a place of death.
I would love to work on Wall Street someday.
The location of the New York Stock Exchange. A monument to greed and materialism and a perversion of capitalism, where futures are carelessly traded like commodities.
The 2008 recession was caused by Wall Street's unrestrained greed.
A place of wealth and a place of death *because* not only is the NY Stock Exchange on Wall Street, but at the end is the Trinity Church cemetary, with a bunch of dead souls. The reason it is named "Wall" Street is because when NYC was just a village, the residents built a WALL out of pallisades (wood) as protection from the wild things in the forests north (around Christopher street).
Damn, one day you're a millionaire on Wall Street, the next you're in the Trinity yard at the other end.
The mecca of the Yuppies.
Patrick Bateman is a yuppie. He works at wall street
Most non-yuppies hate yuppies mainly because of the fact that they could never be the yuppie if they ever wanted to. Face it, every non-yuppie wants to be a yuppie, and every yuppie pretends to be a bohemian to add more dimensions in their materialistic lives.
Face it fellas, Yuppies , with their ivy league education, slicked hair ; Armani suits and Versace Loafters...with reservations each night at the best restaurants...driving the best cars, living in the best high rise apartment, live a life that most can only dream of.
THIS IS the American dream, anything else is but an illusory alternative. This is REALITY.
The greatest place on earth. You trade stocks and commodities there. make millions -billions of dollars.
My goal is to work on Wall Street and become a stock broker, and then I will become the CEO of my own investment firm.
word of the day: May 31, 2012
1. The biggest casino in the world for people of Main Street (bigger than Las Vegas).
2. A term used to describe the area for Day Traders in downtown New York, where people buy and sell mostly for emotional reasons.
1. (two average Joes on Main Street)
John: I diversify my investments by spreading my dollars across many stocks.
Steve: Don't you realize you're gambling?
John: My stock broker says I'm not gambling.
Steve: Technically you're not gambling, but your stock broker is.
2. (two brokers on Wall Street)
Trever: Did you hear apple supply is up this year?
Dave: Sell! Sell! Sell!
Tever: But you didn't let me finish my ...
Dave: Buy! Buy! Buy!