Posts Tagged ‘securitization’

If You'd Like To Understand Financial Instruments But Need A Sports Hook

If You’d Like To Understand Financial Instruments But Need A Sports Hook

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

If you’d like to understand financial instruments used on Wall Street better, but you need a sports or entertainment hook as a spoonful of sugar to make the medicine go down, I recommend this article by Katie Baker on Grantland about the proposed Arian Foster “IPO” deal. [Katie Baker – who I do not know […]

Mortgages Part VI - On Wall Street

Mortgages Part VI – On Wall Street

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Wall Street

How do mortgages make it to Wall Street anyway? None of the following is essential to understanding mortgages from a personal finance standpoint, I just thought the details of mortgage securitization and mortgage bond trading and structuring would be interesting for some people.     I sold mortgage bonds at Goldman for a few years […]