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WSJ Profile of Muriel Siebert, First Woman on NYSE

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Muriel Siebert was the first woman to hold a seat on the New York Stock Exchange and the namesake behind SieberNet, a discount broker. If you have three minutes, check out this brief profile of her and experiences getting that seat (here’s the full article).

The video is just a little taste of her personality, the article goes much deeper. Also, personal finance proponents will be interested to read that she also developed a personal finance program back in the day. Definitely worth the watch and read though.

The commentator is none other than Mary Pilon, the blogger behind the Wall Street Journal’s The Wallet blog.

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One Response to “WSJ Profile of Muriel Siebert, First Woman on NYSE”

  1. poor says:

    I’m still waiting to see the first poor person to hold a seat on the NYSE.


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