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Favorite financial markets movies and series?
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SofieAndreasen

Miembro desde Jul 23, 2020  147 mensajes SofieAndreasen Aug 12 at 21:33
My favorite financial market movie is 'The Wolf of Wall Street'. The film is about the story of charismatic stockbroker Jordan Belfort, earning millions of dollars and living a royal life. The film shows the rise and fall of Jordan Belfort, who eventually ends up in jail for money laundering and securities fraud.

master800ve

Miembro desde May 22, 2017  27 mensajes Market Wizard (master800ve) Aug 30 at 01:31
SofieAndreasen posted:
My favorite financial market movie is 'The Wolf of Wall Street'. The film is about the story of charismatic stockbroker Jordan Belfort, earning millions of dollars and living a royal life. The film shows the rise and fall of Jordan Belfort, who eventually ends up in jail for money laundering and securities fraud.


Yeah, Wolf of wall street is a must now! Pretty cool movie! Have you seen any other of the movies listed?

divinamarine posted:
'My favourites are:
1. Too big to fail.
2. Equity.
3.The wolf of walls street.
4. Margin call.'


Haven't seen equity, is it good? Please let me know where I can watch it.

Gingerrogers posted:
Some of the best movies that are related to financial markets are Wall Street, Margin Call, Boiler Room, Rogue Trader. Watching them can give you a real insight into the fx market.


I agree, those have a lot of do's and don'ts.

We will probably see a covid-19 financial markets movie in the close future.

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LyudmilLukanov

Miembro desde Jul 23, 2020  121 mensajes LyudmilLukanov Oct 08 at 21:19
SofieAndreasen posted:
My favorite financial market movie is 'The Wolf of Wall Street'. The film is about the story of charismatic stockbroker Jordan Belfort, earning millions of dollars and living a royal life. The film shows the rise and fall of Jordan Belfort, who eventually ends up in jail for money laundering and securities fraud.

The Wolf of Wall Street is also my favorite movie. Leonardo DiCaprio make it more awesome.

barbarawright

Miembro desde Jun 10, 2020  37 mensajes Barbara Wright (barbarawright) Oct 16 at 12:32
Nothing can beat the wolf of wall street.

huijun

Miembro desde Oct 16, 2020  2 mensajes huijun Oct 16 at 14:39
I am a Chinese, English I don't really understand, disappointed!

TR4DEX

Miembro desde May 10, 2018  71 mensajes TR4DEX Oct 17 at 12:30
LyudmilLukanov posted:
SofieAndreasen posted:
My favorite financial market movie is 'The Wolf of Wall Street'. The film is about the story of charismatic stockbroker Jordan Belfort, earning millions of dollars and living a royal life. The film shows the rise and fall of Jordan Belfort, who eventually ends up in jail for money laundering and securities fraud.

The Wolf of Wall Street is also my favorite movie. Leonardo DiCaprio make it more awesome.


Read the book too, you get more of the story!

blandpatsyy

Miembro desde Jul 17, 2020  25 mensajes blandpatsyy Oct 19 at 11:03
The wolf of wall street’s the ultimate.

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