Sharing some one liner sales pitches that became famous on Wall Street and people should really avoid them & most of them used by many advisory firms and they have embraced a culture of sales and monthly quotas. If you find these pitches be afraid it’s a caveat…..
- “It’s like a CD.”
- “Buying on margin will greatly increase your returns.”
- “This fund did really well last year.”
- “As long as the music is playing, you have to get up and dance.”
- “Do you want the confirmation sent to your office or your mansion?” Continue reading “Wall Street Sales Pitches”
Just as Gordon Gekko argued that “greed is good” in Oliver Stone’s “Wall Street” in 1987, Martin Scorsese’s exhausting three hours of money-fueled debauchery makes an even more compelling case for that tenuous argument.
The screen version of Mr. Belfort — for all of his vices — is generous, uplifting, loyal and driven by values which he unabashedly stands by.
It’s important to keep that in mind if you decide to dig into the fact and fiction of the film. The Wolf of Wall Street is quite faithful to the book by Belfort that it’s based on—though there are differences; but how faithful is that book to reality? I do not know as haven’t read the book. Throughout the movie, Leonardo DiCaprio’s, playing the lupine financial huckster Jordan Belfort. Continue reading “Wolf of Wall Street – Greed is Good but Good is better”
Few months back I shared some of the collections of the movies on Wall Street that I have, the next in line probably would be The Wolf of Wall Street – The story is the memoir of Jordan Belfort, a Long Island kid who rose to become a millionaire penny stock scammer and boiler-room boss.
In the mean time-sharing some of the best movies that I saw and some quotes:
Best Line: ’I would like to know if you are on crack, if so that would explain a lot. If not, you may want to start because it’s going to be a long time before we trust you again.’ Continue reading “The Wall Street Movies:”