Mario Gabelli: From Shoe Shiner To Wall Street CEOVW Staff
Mario Gabelli’s first job was shining shoes in the Bronx when he was six years old. By thirteen, he was already making his own investments in the stock market and was on his way to becoming one of Wall Street’s most notable names. With years of experience under his belt, Mario shares what it took to found his own firm, how his investing philosophy changed over the years, and his opinion on today’s economy.
Via One Wire
Mario Gabelli: From Shoe Shiner To Wall Street CEO
“I wanted an address on Wall Street, right? So on the corner of Wall and William there was a payphone. In the snowy days I’m out there making calls…there were a lot of startup dynamics like that.”