2 hours • $50
Highly-acclaimed, in-depth 2-hour tour! Hear the events of the financial crisis and how some traders made billion dollar profits while some banks collapsed!
Meet the insiders who show visitors from around the globe the real Wall Street, NYC.
We’re stockbrokers, traders, investment bankers, and industry experts with a passion for demystifying the world of Wall Street. This isn’t just history — it’s what will shape our future.
Take a tour with us and see what we mean.
Andrew lives and works on Wall Street. As a former Vice President at Deutsche Bank (located at 60 Wall St), he traded structured credit bonds, specifically CDOs, and helped manage a billion dollar trading business. He was on the front lines of the financial crisis.
The inside story of Andrew’s trading desk is told in The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine by Michael Lewis and The Greatest Trade Ever by Gregory Zuckerman. Andrew and his guides were filmed for the DVD feature in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps directed by Oliver Stone.
Andrew loves to teach and has taught Economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he earned his SB and MBA degrees. An avid traveler, he has visited over 20 countries on 6 continents. He grew up in NYC, worked in the San Francisco Bay Area and has studied in Barcelona Spain. He played blackjack professionally and was banned from Vegas casinos. Bringing Down the House: The Inside Story of Six MIT Students Who Took Vegas tells the story of some of his contemporaries.
His mission is to educate and entertain to ensure visitors leave with a better understanding of Wall Street.
Tom had worked on Wall Street since 2000, including most recently at Goldman Sachs. A native New Yorker, he has watched his home transform from a crime ridden city in the 70s to the safe, vibrant, world class metropolis it is today.
As an historian, Tom loves to share his knowledge and experience with the people he meets and imbue them his love and respect for this great borough of Manhattan and the people who live and work here.
Tom’s interests are unique and varied. He received his degree in Vocal Performance from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and has toured the world singing opera and musical theater to great acclaim.
He is excited about sharing his time and talents and looks forward to being your guide.
Jared began his Wall Street career as a registered stockbroker for E.F. Hutton and CO. in the 1980s.
Jared graduated with honors from law school and has worked on white collar criminal cases.
He is an avid thoroughbred horse breeder and racing fan and his wife is an equine veterinarian.
Jared is also an amateur NYC historian and loves introducing this great city to visitors.
James Foytlin is a Retired Investment Adviser, currently a New Media Entrepreneur, Film producer, and Consultant mentoring several small tech start ups into profitability.
James worked at Dean Witter, Fahnestock, and Shields and Company before he went the independent advisory route. His career in investing has spanned five decades from the late 1970’s and he has had first hand experience investing in the pre-computer era, the 1987 stock market crash, the early 90’s tech bubble, the 2000 NASDQ melt down, the 9/11 terror attacks and the 2008 Financial Crisis.
Throughout his career, James managed money for individuals and institutions, both domestically and internationally on 6 continents. He has studied extensively both the history of investing and many different trading philosophies settling on an hybrid Elliot wave style of trading. He was quick to recognize the revolutionary power of the internet and became a member of Wall Street’s Digital Underground in 1995 and was one of blogging’s earliest proponents.
James held numerous securities licenses including Series 7, 63, managed futures, and many state insurance licenses. He ran a large international internship program in which many interns went on to work at top tier Wall Streets firms. He has traveled extensively both in the US and all over the globe, is an economics and history buff, Yankee fan, and most importantly a “real New Yorker.”