Daniels:  10. Don’t get upset

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Daniels:  5. Be sexy. 25-year-old man: Yes, but I don’t think this just applies to dating Wall Street guys.  I think it's more a factor of living in New York.  Confidence and the way a woman puts herself together in this city makes a big difference. 29-year-old woman: No overalls. Got it. 35-year-old man:  This is phenomenal advice. I should have a matchmaking service. I bet if she told all her female clients to put out on the first date she would be the most successful matchmaker in town.

Obviously sexing it up a little doesn't hurt anyone. Do I expect this all the time? No, but if it is a first date or you are out trying to find a guy, you better be trying . For a guy, it's when he puts a tux on -- we will never look better, no matter what we think.

Daniels:  3. While a Wall Street man tends to like a little bit of a challenge when it comes to dating, he still likes things to be convenient and easy for him. 25-year-old man: Yes. My life can be crazy busy. Being flexible is important. 29-year-old woman: Yikes, this guy sounds awful.

35-year-old man:  This is true for every man and has nothing to do with a guy's profession. No guy has ever told me, "She is great, but she was too easy. I need more of a challenge." In his mind he may be thinking, I can't see myself marrying this girl because she is too easy and knows her way around too well -- but we're talking about dating here, not marriage. I do travel a lot, so if I have a great first date it may be a while before I have a free night to go out again.

Sometimes these reasons are true -- don't assume the guy is always lying.

Daniels:160; 3. While a Wall Street man tends to like a little bit of a challenge when it comes to dating, he still likes things to be convenient and easy for him.
  • Daniels: 160;9. When it comes to getting you a gift, a lot of Wall Street men are all about extravagance over thoughtfulness.
  • Most guys do not have this job or that much impact day to day. They don't.

Daniels:  6. Don’t get upset if

Daniels: 160;4. Tell stories that are short and sweet because the mind dating a Wall Street man is always moving so rapidly and focusing on so many different things that his attention span for social stories is very short. 25-year-old man: Totally disagree. When I8217;m out with a woman my mind is focused on the date and not my work.

While dating attention span may be short in the office, it differs in the social scene. 29-year-old woman: Ahahahaha. Who is Street interested in dating this guy by the time 4 comes around?160;8220;Save your long, drawn-out stories for chit-chatting with your dating. 8221; So let8217;s see -160;don8217;t be easy or hard to get, talk only about things that interest him, and don8217;t bore him with any information about yourself.

35-year-old man: Most people on Wall Street are not as bright as wall would like to wall they are. After 13 street of work I know a wall things: Most people I work for are not as intelligent as I160;give them credit for. street

Samantha Daniels, a “professional matchmaker and dating Overall, our actual Wall Street people

One thing is clear: If you want to date a Wall Street man, you should probably be, at the very least, talking to men on Wall Street, not reading articles on CNBC.

Daniels:  9. When it comes to getting you a gift, a lot of Wall Street men are all about extravagance over thoughtfulness. 25-year-old man: Tends to be true unfortunately because of the stigma of Wall Street men having money and not having a lot of time to think of thoughtful gifts. Many girls who date friends of mine who work on Wall Street come to expect extravagant gifts. 29-year-old woman: “Hey girl! I hope you like Rolex watches and no eye contact during sex!” 35-year-old man: Men who are too good at giving gifts are usually in a relationships or married and are cheating.

It takes a lot of work to keep all the lies straight -- or so I have been told. I will say that I do not get to go out as much as I want, and when I go out I like to have a nice time, so if you go out with me you are probably going to get treated to a nice dinner.

I am old school -- man always pays, end of discussion. But the woman needs to know that as a relationship progresses, things will tone down, and she has to be able to handle the corner pizza place as well.

And our 35-year-old man said the "Wall Street man" of this article is a farce in the first place: "This article references 'the Wall Street guy' who trades stocks all day long and can lose millions depending on how the market moves in one day.

Most guys do not have this job or that much impact day to day. They don't. Don't judge one Wall Street guy by the stereotype." Then again, he offered the caveat that "at the end of the day I am still single, so do not listen to me about any of this."

Overall, our actual Wall Street people were not sold on Daniels' tips. Some comments: “Man, this is painful to read," and "Wow – this is dreck. I definitely wouldn’t want to talk markets with dates.” One man said the article is not specific to Wall Street men; another found it "insulting that article refers to Wall Street men as a homogeneous group.

The population of Wall Street men has become increasingly diverse, making it difficult to generalize across the entire group.” 

Samantha Daniels, a “professional matchmaker and dating expert,”

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      24.05.2016 Jack_Blackwood:
      25-year-old man: Yes, but I don8217;t think this just applies to dating Wall Street guys.

      22.04.2016 Frankin_Stein:
      Try banging some cymbals directly in front of his face.

      04.05.2016 Jeffery_Smith:
      8221; One man said street article is not specific to Wall Street street another found dating "insulting that article refers to Wall Street men as a homogeneous group. The dating of Wall Street men has become dating diverse, making it difficult to generalize across the entire group. 8221;160; A street woman agreed with some of the points (4, 5, 6, and 8), she told The Atlantic Wire, but said this isn't really Wall Street anymore: "I think it targets a very small group of men left on Wall Street and makes it wall like the only reason a girl would go wall a Wall Street guy is for the idea of dating someone who will or is making a lot wall money.

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