Content Creator, VC Investor

Tags: #finance #finmemes #investing #banking

Lit is a former investment banker and private equity investor turned full-timer memer, writer, and VC investor. He currently resides in New York City and is passionate about increasing transparency on Wall Street, hunting for the next unicorn and decacorn investments, dining at Dorsia, and getting lit af on the weekends.

📸 Instagram: 608,000 followers

🐦 Twitter: 162,000 followers

📬 Newsletter: 94,000 subscribers Exec Sum is a free, daily newsletter that curates the most relevant news spanning Wall Street to Silicon Valley — all under 5 minutes.Exec Sum is delivered to thousands of current investment bankers, private equity / hedge fund / venture capital investors, corporate executives, and more. This newsletter is for everyone — from current professionals looking for a quick morning summary, to undergrads looking to nail their investment banking superday interviews, to anyone trying to stay on top of the financial markets.

📬 Ventures The Litquidity Capital team (@VentureKapital) is selectively investing capital into early-stage startups building within select sectors, including: consumer, fintech, creator economy, internet, digital media, and e-commerce. If you're currently raising capital and think we could be a good partner, please reach out via email:

🔎Job Board The Litquidity Search Partners ("LSP") Hiring Block curates the best open roles from Wall Street to Silicon Valley. Job opportunities for recent college grads or experienced industry professionals. You'll find relevant open roles at a variety of investment banks, PE/VC/ hedge funds, startups, and large corporations on this list.

📰 Press

Litquidity Capital Is the Meme King of Wall Street

No End to Whiplash in Meme Stocks, Crypto and More

Goldman's junior bankers complain of crushing workload amid SPAC-fueled boom in Wall Street deals

The Wall Street Banker Behind Litquidity On The Business Of Memes, Robinhood Trading Phenomenon And More

Instagram's most popular financial meme account is run by an anonymous Wall Street banker who says these 3 stocks could be the next GameStop

From broker notes to memes: how the stock market went viral