Favorite financial markets movies and series?

Apr 27, 2020 at 00:01
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Miembro desde May 22, 2017   posts 85
Apr 27, 2020 at 00:01
My favorite one's are:

-Margin call
-Wolf of wall street
-The big short
-Wall street (1 and 2)
-Too big to fall
-Inside job (even though, this is more a documental)
-To catch a trader (Documental as well, but there is a rumor that Bobby Axelrod was inspired by Steve Cohen and his stunts)

Series:

-Billions
-Wall street warriors (You can find it on youtube)
-Million dollar traders (You can find it on youtube)

What are your favorites? Any suggestions?
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Miembro desde Oct 07, 2019   posts 39
Apr 27, 2020 at 08:14
Thanks for sharing the list. Will consider these to watch it.
Miembro desde Aug 26, 2019   posts 52
Apr 27, 2020 at 10:24
There's a Korean Series called 'Midas'. In my opinion, it's the best. 😄
Miembro desde May 22, 2017   posts 85
Apr 27, 2020 at 16:36
zdfy posted:
There's a Korean Series called 'Midas'. In my opinion, it's the best. 😄

I got to see it now, any links you can share?
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Miembro desde May 16, 2014   posts 14
May 03, 2020 at 09:59
+1 to Billions, season 5 is starting now 😀
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Miembro desde May 22, 2017   posts 85
May 04, 2020 at 20:30
McLeonis posted:
+1 to Billions, season 5 is starting now 😀

Oh my, I'm very excited about this!
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Miembro desde Mar 03, 2020   posts 21
May 08, 2020 at 03:51
Wolf of wall street and The big short. Love them. Good plot. Nice characters! Love them.
Miembro desde Apr 28, 2020   posts 52
May 08, 2020 at 08:02
I have seen Margin call. Its amazing.
Miembro desde May 08, 2020   posts 9
May 08, 2020 at 10:38
Margin call - best trading film ever. If you want to learn about the importance of stop losses and money management then this film is critical viewing
Miembro desde May 22, 2017   posts 85
May 08, 2020 at 15:43 (editado May 08, 2020 at 15:43)
protrader69120 posted:
Wolf of wall street and The big short. Love them. Good plot. Nice characters! Love them.

I agree, I guess hollywood will be making a movie about how the covid affected financial markets, who lost and profit.

Evelyn55 posted:
I have seen Margin call. Its amazing.

One of my favorites. Have you seen wall street warriors on youtube? If not, I recommend it.

shirtgeek posted:
Margin call - best trading film ever. If you want to learn about the importance of stop losses and money management then this film is critical viewing

I agree. Even after 2008, many advisors, investment banks, and stock brokers, are still not using stop losses nor managing their risk well. Some retail traders do a better job.
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Miembro desde Jan 29, 2020   posts 23
May 09, 2020 at 10:50
I haven't seen many of those movies, but my favorite movie was and still is Trading Places (1983).
Eddie Murphy, Dan Ackroyd and Jamie Lee Curtis have created an unforgettable trio in this great movie hit. The main characters are full of opposites. One of them is Louis Winthorpe, who runs the business of a large company that makes a lot of profit. The other is an uneducated tramp Billy Ray Valentine, dissatisfied with his life. What could they have in common? Absolutely nothing. They would never have met if it wasn't for one so-called experiment. I really recommend watching a movie.
Miembro desde Apr 18, 2020   posts 54
May 11, 2020 at 07:19
Great suggestions in here. Surprisingly, I have not seen so many of them. I will surely pick up a few soon.
Miembro desde May 22, 2017   posts 85
May 11, 2020 at 15:25
Fordrerne posted:
I haven't seen many of those movies, but my favorite movie was and still is Trading Places (1983).
Eddie Murphy, Dan Ackroyd and Jamie Lee Curtis have created an unforgettable trio in this great movie hit. The main characters are full of opposites. One of them is Louis Winthorpe, who runs the business of a large company that makes a lot of profit. The other is an uneducated tramp Billy Ray Valentine, dissatisfied with his life. What could they have in common? Absolutely nothing. They would never have met if it wasn't for one so-called experiment. I really recommend watching a movie.

I saw it last week, amazing movie! I enjoyed it very much!

Brick_56 posted:
Great suggestions in here. Surprisingly, I have not seen so many of them. I will surely pick up a few soon.

Which ones caught your attention?
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Miembro desde May 06, 2020   posts 8
May 13, 2020 at 04:14
I would say Wall street, margin call and wolf of wall street are MUST watch. Great movies for finance professionals
Miembro desde Feb 13, 2020   posts 23
May 13, 2020 at 16:05
The China Hustle is just beyond amazing!
Miembro desde May 22, 2017   posts 85
May 16, 2020 at 05:50
simmonjoshua posted:
I would say Wall street, margin call and wolf of wall street are MUST watch. Great movies for finance professionals

True that!

jordonjamesson posted:
The China Hustle is just beyond amazing!

Haven't seen it, I will look it up!
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Miembro desde May 22, 2017   posts 85
May 28, 2020 at 12:01
Emelian24 posted:
It's strange that I haven't seen most of these movies.

If you have time, watch them all!
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Miembro desde Oct 21, 2019   posts 25
May 30, 2020 at 15:51
I may not be unique, but I like the Wall Street Wolf.
Miembro desde Jan 01, 2020   posts 21
May 30, 2020 at 17:32
Hmm, and I've never seen any of this.
Well, I'm gonna go over the whole list and pick something for tonight.
Miembro desde May 22, 2017   posts 85
Jun 01, 2020 at 05:02
Draggyr posted:
I may not be unique, but I like the Wall Street Wolf.

Jordan Belfort's life is a big lesson.

Thorgahuginn posted:
Hmm, and I've never seen any of this.
Well, I'm gonna go over the whole list and pick something for tonight.

Let me know what you watched.
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