"They were Maschler's bandit army, the rejects of Wall Street, the city college kids from the backwaters of Staten Island, Queens, and the Bronx, the ones who didn't stand a chance at a big bank like Goldman or Morgan. Dumb boiler-room mutts--but they had a secret weapon: Josh Levine. With Levine creations such as the Watcher and the Monster Key at their fingertips, they could out-trade the very best in the business. They could grind Goldman to a pulp. They could make Morgan cry." [page 100]
It was about time.