WALL STREET MASTER MIND
The NEW WAY of Investment Banking Recruiting Prep That Gives You a COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE Over 99% of Your Peers

FOR THE LAST 10+ YEARS...
Virtually ALL of the students who aspired to break into investment banking have struggled...

To date, there have only been two ways to prepare:
  • Memorizing interview guides, or
  • ​Taking financial modeling courses
  • Memorizing interview guides, or
  • ​Taking financial courses
Even though it was far from ideal, for a long time, these were the best and ONLY recruiting resources available... Fortunately, that's no longer the case today. 

The strategies that used to be somewhat effective back then, are no longer a competitive advantage today. What changed?

  • The competition has caught up, and everyone has access to these same interview guides and courses now
  • Because of this, interviewers have started asking harder questions that are not just from the interview guides
  • ​The recruiting timeline keeps moving up earlier each year, leaving students less time to prepare
YOU'RE NOT ALONE

These students initially struggled to adapt to this new environment too...

As you can see... something started changing a few years ago. In search of a new competitive advantage, a small group of students discovered a BETTER WAY of preparing for investment banking recruiting...
The secret was to get coached by ACTUAL INVESTMENT BANKERS. Someone who was not only knowledgeable about what the investment banks looked for, but could also be DEDICATED and HIGHLY RESPONSIVE anytime they needed help. 
This strategy is still a huge competitive advantage today because very few (<1% of applicants) are currently doing this.
So the question becomes...
Which coach should you go with?

LET'S COMPARE THE THREE TOP COACHING PROGRAMS OUT THERE:

SO WHICH PROGRAM BEST FITS YOU?

IF YOU ARE SOMEONE WHO IS CURRENTLY...
  • Just looking for one-off help on an hourly basis
  • Wanting to ask someone a couple of quick questions
  • Just looking to get a mock interview
  • Just looking for one-off help on an hourly basis
  • Wanting to ask someone a couple of quick questions
  • Just looking to get a mock interview
Then, WSO would probably be ideal for you. If you buy more hours, they'll even give you a small discount (i.e. up to $10 off per hour if you buy 10 hours). 

However...

IF YOU'RE DEAD SERIOUS ABOUT BREAKING INTO INVESTMENT BANKING, MEANING:

  • This is your  top priority, and you want to take your best shot and leave nothing to chance
  • You want to get the best results In the least amount of time because you know the best offers (bulge bracket and elite boutiques) get taken first
  • You are tired of doing the same things as everyone else and are looking for a competitive advantage that 99% of your peers do not have
  • ​You are not just looking for the cheapest coach, or someone who's going to treat you as a side hustle on top of working 80-100 hours a week... you want the most experienced coach who is helping you full time, and provides around-the-clock support anytime you need
  • ​You understand that this is an investment in your career, and you always pick the investment with the highest risk-adjusted returns (measured by your increase in lifetime career earnings)

Then, Wall Street Mastermind is the ONLY coaching program of its kind for you.

DON’T BELIEVE US?

See where our clients are getting offers from..

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What Clients of Wall Street Mastermind Are Saying...

Daniel’s a non-target student & the only one (out of 200+) to get an offer from an elite industry-focused bank…

Michael was a confident sophomore who was initially worried that Wall Street Mastermind was a scam…

Jenn went from 0 to 2 sophomore summer offers & a junior summer offer from PJT in 3.5 months…

Joe thought it was impossible, but became the first person to break into banking from his non-target school in the last 2 years…

David was a target-school student who had his sights set on going directly to the buyside… and got a growth equity offer

Luke is a non-target student who had little to no exposure to finance prior to joining us at WSMM… and ended up at Evercore

Maxie was an international student who didn’t know how to network…and got an offer from JPMorgan

Alex had no luck as a non-target student who just relied on Wall Street Oasis and other IB guides…

Ryan went from having barely done any networking… to having referrals at almost every bank he’s applied to

Jared goes to a small liberal arts university and had no idea how to network with investment bankers…

Cat lacked helpful resources at her non-target school to help her get an investment banking internship…

Bowen went from not knowing how to network and having technical skills that were “absolute trash”…

Prior to Wall Street Mastermind, Alvi used Invest Like the Street and still struggled with every aspect of Investment Banking recruiting…

Albert was really struggling with networking and was using cookie cutter online guides like Breaking Into Wall Street…

Jared tried to get help from upperclassmen but still struggled with networking and technicals… and ended up at Bain Capital

Annett did not know how to recruit as a liberal arts major… and ended up receiving an offer from Ares

Brian was a non-target school student who was lost from just trying to “Google everything”…

From day 1, Ameya has found WSMM to be unlike any of the other resources he has ever used…

Jack didn’t know anything about how to break into investment banking as an incoming freshman…after joining us at WSMM....

Keshav was a non-target liberal arts college student with no finance background… and ended up with four offers

Michael didn’t know how to network or tell compelling stories… we helped him get an offer from Jefferies…

Grant was a rising senior at a non-target with no finance experience… and got a middle market offer

Sriman went from not having a game plan… to landing an offer with an upper middle market bank

Raunak struggled learning the technicals… then joined WSMM and got an offer in just two interviews

Erum was a clueless non-target school student who was looking to even the playing field for herself…

Noa didn't know how to get interviews or win interviews… and then ended up with a PE offer from a $14bn fund

Sean had failed multiple interviews going into senior year and didn’t know what he was doing wrong…

Chan was struggling with networking and technicals before joining Wall Street Mastermind…

Isaac was an engineering non-target student who had no idea how to get into investment banking…

Justin was having trouble achieving technical mastery by just memorizing the M&I 400 questions guide…

Justin was a non-target student with no recruiting knowledge… and  then ended up with a top healthcare bank

Ronnie practiced with upperclassmen and used Wall Street Oasis guides but it just wasn’t sticking…

Kenny started recruiting very late as a second-semester junior from a non-target school…

Aryan was getting a lot of conflicting feedback from upperclassmen who had differing opinions…

Warren was struggling with his interviews… and then ended up getting into a top middle market bank

Sam is an international student who needed customized help positioning his candidacy…

Nathaniel couldn't get relevant finance internships... then found one within just two weeks of signing up for WSMM...

Veeren was a non-target student with no finance experience… and got a soph summer offer in just 2 months of signing up for WSMM

Before WSMM, Edward was a semi-target student who didn't feel competitive… and ended up at a top healthcare bank

Stefano came from a non-target school, had a below-average GPA, and didn’t know what he was doing…

Steven lacked the networking and technical skills to position himself as a well-rounded candidate…

Anne thought she already had the perfect behavioral answers… until she learned she didn’t…

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