Having been rocked by one damaging revelation of misbehavior after another, Wall Street is in a state of crisis. Investors are disgusted by the misdeeds of a few and suspicious of the industry at large. Every firm finds its integrity open to question. Regulators are up in arms. And the industry is facing billions of dollars in costs to comply with a floodtide of new regulations. But imagine what could happen if Wall Street firms looked back to a simpler time when a handshake was enough to seal a deal, and right and wrong were as clear as black and white. What if executives, portfolio managers, analysts, and traders decided that some things aren't for sale? What if every major investment firm agreed to live by the principle that the client always comes first? In words and images, Cowboy Ethics explores the life and code of the working cowboy as a source of inspiration pointing the industry to a way out of its troubles. The book is intended as the catalyst for a movement to transform the industry not with the carrot and stick, but from the inside out one person, firm, and organization at a time.Stoecklein, David R. is the author of 'Cowboy Ethics What Wall Street Can Learn From The Code Of The West' with ISBN 9781931153959 and ISBN 1931153957.