Posts Tagged ‘interview’

Interview with Mint.com - I Give ALL The Answers

Interview with Mint.com – I Give ALL The Answers

By The Banker | Blog Posts, How Not To Invest, Investing, Personal Finance, Wall Street

Finance website Mint.com asked me some good questions for their blog. You can visit them there or enjoy the repost below. As a former Wall Street insider, what do you think is the average person’s largest misconception about investing? The average person thinks that what Wall Street does is so complex that it requires extremely [&hellip

Interview Part II: Frack Jobs - Plentiful but Rough

Interview Part II: Frack Jobs – Plentiful but Rough

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Texas

In this interview Bryant talks about the difficulty of employing oilfield workers, who often look for trouble. Bryant:           Hello, my name is Bryant, and I presently work for a company that develops and operates frac-sand silo terminals in the Eagle-Ford shale. Bryant and I spoke about his views working on the fracking world in an [&hellip

Interview Part I: Fracking and Regrets

Interview Part I: Fracking and Regrets

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Texas

I had a conversation with a friend who ships trainloads of ‘frack-sand’ into the Eagle Ford shale in South Texas.  We talked about the Natural Gas Revolution, as well as the surprising and possibly regretful turn his life has taken, far from working in book publishing in Brooklyn.   Bryant:  Hello, my name is Bryant, [&hellip

Interview Part I: Pawn Shop Owner on the Unbanked

Interview Part I: Pawn Shop Owner on the Unbanked

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Texas

Where can you still find great customer service in financial services?  The Pawn Shop! Michael:  Hello, my name is Mike, and I used to be a banker. Shirley:  My name is Shirley, and I’m a long-time pawn-shop owner. One of the themes of the Post-2008 Crisis world is how much people don’t like their banks. [&hellip