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After turning $1100 into $7015 in the stock market right out of college, Michelle worked 15 years on Wall Street at Morgan Stanley, Citigroup and Goldman Sachs. She writes a nationally syndicated online investing blog called "The Wall Street Geek" with investment tips and insights for everyday investors, has written a book called "How to Buy Stocks Online", and runs an independent investment advisory company in NYC called Price Capital LLC. She has degrees from Rice and Stanford Universities.

This information does not constitute investment advice or an offer to invest or to provide management services and is subject to correction, completion and amendment without notice. Any such offer, if made, will only be made by means of a confidential prospectus or offering memorandum or management agreement. It it not our intention to state, indicate or imply in any manner that current or past results are indicative of future results or expectations. As with all investments, there are associated risks and you could lose money investing. Prior to making any investment, a prospective investor should consult with its own investment, accounting, legal and tax advisers to evaluate independently the risks, consequences and suitability of that investment.

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After turning $1100 into $7015 in the stock market right out of college, Michelle worked 15 years on Wall Street at Morgan Stanley, Citigroup and Goldman Sachs. She writes a nationally syndicated online investing blog called "The Wall Street Geek" with investment tips and insights for everyday investors, has written a book called "How to Buy Stocks Online", and runs an independent investment advisory company in NYC called Price Capital LLC. She has degrees from Rice and Stanford Universities.

This information does not constitute investment advice or an offer to invest or to provide management services and is subject to correction, completion and amendment without notice. Any such offer, if made, will only be made by means of a confidential prospectus or offering memorandum or management agreement. It it not our intention to state, indicate or imply in any manner that current or past results are indicative of future results or expectations. As with all investments, there are associated risks and you could lose money investing. Prior to making any investment, a prospective investor should consult with its own investment, accounting, legal and tax advisers to evaluate independently the risks, consequences and suitability of that investment.

** Also check out "The Wall Street Geek" video podcast on iTunes!**

    Psst Twitter...About Your IPO

    Psst Twitter...About Your IPO

    The Wall Street Geek is hosted by financial expert Michelle Price, Managing Principal of fee only financial advisor Price Capital LLC in NYC and the author of "How to Buy Stocks Online" (available at Amazon).
    In this week's podcast, I explain why Twitter's business should resemble Cisco's more than Facebook's in a segment called "The Streets are Talkin'".  I give insights on why the stock market's nerves are rattled in "Market Update".
    I give some inspiration in "The Word of the Week", and get into your head like John Cusak in "Being John Malkovich" in a segment called "Empire State of Mind".
    It's a fun and inspiring show.  Thanks for listening!

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    Love is All We Need

    Love is All We Need

    The Wall Street Geek is hosted by financial expert Michelle Price, Managing Principal of fee only financial advisor Price Capital LLC in NYC and the author of "How to Buy Stocks Online" (available at Amazon).   You know that moment when you lean over to turn on the AC, and the wind in your hair makes you feel like Beyonce? And you don't have a picture yet to go with your podcast? That's the story behind this selfie!   This is a lively one. You'll hear two new segments: "Whatchu Talkin' 'Bout Willis?" and "I Wish You Would". Also, new music, and three segments that are oldies but goodies: "Market Update", "Word of the Week", and "Empire State of Mind".   Thanks for listening!

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    When Being Right Goes Wrong

    When Being Right Goes Wrong

    The Wall Street Geek is hosted by financial expert Michelle Price, Managing Principal of fee only financial advisor Price Capital LLC in NYC and the author of "How to Buy Stocks Online" (available at Amazon).
    The Affordable Care Act (known as “Obamacare”) launched this past week.  But it was overshadowed by the government shutdown.  I give my two cents in a segment called “Sticks and Stones”. 
    I’ve also got buzz about the next crazy thing that traders are doing to make money in “The Streets are Talkin’”.  And of course, I've got a market update and “Word of the Week”.

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    The One Habit Forbes Richest Have -- Do You Have It Too?

    The One Habit Forbes Richest Have -- Do You Have It Too?

    The Wall Street Geek is hosted by financial expert Michelle Price, Managing Principal of fee only financial advisor Price Capital LLC in NYC and the author of "How to Buy Stocks Online" (available at Amazon).
    Forbes just released their list of America's richest people.  I examined the ones who are self-made, talked to wealthy individuals that I know, and found one habit that all of these people have in common.  I share that habit with you in this podcast, and also introduce new segments about the stock market, Washington politics, a story about a prominent political figure that may make you gag, and stories to inspire you to become wealthy yourself.
     

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    Coming to Africa

    Coming to Africa

    The Wall Street Geek is hosted by financial expert Michelle Price, Managing Pricipal of fee only financial advisor Price Capital LLC in NYC and the author of "How to Buy Stocks Online" (available at Amazon).
    In last week's podcast, I explained how the "B", "I", and "C" in BRICS appear to be contenders for providing future growth opportunities to investors.
    South Africa joined the "BRICS" community in 2005.  Yet, its performance is hardly representative of Africa.  
    What about the other countries in Africa?  Should more than one African country been added to the "BRICS" acronym?  Quoting Seinfeld, what's the deal with Africa?
     

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    Cracked BRICS

    Cracked BRICS

    The Wall Street Geek is hosted by financial expert Michelle Price, Managing Pricipal of fee only financial advisor Price Capital LLC in NYC and the author of "How to Buy Stocks Online" (available at Amazon).
    In last week’s podcast, I questioned if the Eurozone had the next big investment opportunities.  In the near term...not really.   So the next natural place to look is in Emerging Markets.  In particular, the BRICs: Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa.      Are these countries living up to the pomp and circumstance that started in 2001 by Goldman Sachs analyst Jim O’Neill?  Or, is “BRICS” turning out to be just a catchy acronym that lost popularity to the next shiny new investment idea on the scene?   Can we talk?    Image by:  Steve Murray/National Post  

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