It’s human nature to try and make sense out of chaos. But sometimes, we just end up making things a lot worse…
This is our attempt at communicating to the wider world what exactly it is that makes working at MyWallSt unique. The people that work here and the unique culture we’ve built are the only things that rival the importance we’ve put on our product and we want to share them with the world.
With ‘5 Merrion Row’, we’ll bring the individual voices of those working here together. The topics will include ones as diverse as start-ups, design, investing, office events and personal stories.
But one thing that they will all have in common is that they are uniquely MyWallSt.
Start early, practice often, study the masters, and enjoy the pursuit.
I used to have stress and anxiety, but then I found out how to get things done and everything changed.
In his 1975 essay, ‘The Loser’s Game,’ investing guru Charles Ellis used the game of tennis to highlight two different approaches to success.
Taking the first step towards investing can be daunting, I know. While fear is natural, what makes long-term investing so worthwhile is the fact that the benefits far outweigh the risks.
Choosing where to start your career can be a daunting task—if you’re lucky enough to be in a position to choose. Many college graduates are sent into the world with a lack of marketable skills and experience, meaning they’re often forced to work anywhere that agrees to take them.
How did we ‘fix’ a 5-star app?
The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) was formally established on March 8, 1817. Two-hundred and one years later, we use that date to celebrate MyWallSt Day.
Don’t save what is left after spending; spend what is left after saving. -Warren Buffet
This is a quote that we focus on a lot in MyWallSt. Essentially, our goal is to remove pebbles from the shoes of investors—things like how to get started, or which of the 7,000 stocks or so on the U.S. market are good investment opportunities.