An Unimaginable Indignity for America's Brightest

If you work in finance or your job is in any way market-related, chances are this hasn’t been your favorite summer ever.  In my new piece for the Wall Street Journal this morning, I tackle this topic from inside the salt mines:

The aristocracy on Wall Street has found that summer is no longer a sleepy few months of yachting and golfing and mid-day martinis and practicing the draping of a sweater over one’s shoulders at just the right angle.

Instead, like some kind of dirty telephone pole repairman, your average money manager now finds himself actually working during the months of June, July and August – an unimaginable situation just five years ago.

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