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Sf you are planning to relax this weekend and make the most of it, we have the perfect solution for you. We present to you the 10 best movies of all time about trading, the stock market and investing.
“Inside Job” (2010)
If you don’t know which stocks to buy right now, this documentary film about the world of finance will certainly inspire you. InsideJob is a documentary on the events that led to the economic collapse of 2008. We try to get to the bottom of the problem and we decipher the corruption that the financial system of the United States is experiencing. It is about how the new regulations have been unable to end this problem.
“The Wolf of Wall Street” (2013)
Considered one of the best stock investment films. The wolf of Wall Street chronicles the life of Jordan Bellfort, a young trader unemployed following the unfortunate collapse of Black Monday. From this point, Jordan begins his ascent after the establishment of his company Stratton Oakmont and a series of frauds and money laundering.
The Big Bet (2021)
The big bet is a film shot at the start of the 2008 recession. Michael Burry and his associates manage to anticipate the collapse and make a juicy profit. The work addresses a large number of technical aspects of investing in a simple and understandable way for all audiences. It is therefore recommended for any beginner trader!
“Wall Street” (1987)
Considered one of the best films of trading all time. Set in the 1980s, Wall Street tells the story of Bud Fox, a young Broker who works for Gordon Gekko, one of his biggest idols. As soon as he realizes the scruples of his new boss, Fox will try to stop Gekko by all possible financial means.
“Wall Street 2” (2010)
The second part of the famous film Wall Street. Gordon Gekko is released from prison there and is overwhelmed by the new world of finance and investing that he once ruled. He then begins a “master-disciple” relationship with his daughter’s fiancé, Jacob Moore. Together they will try to restore the great financial power he enjoyed in his life.
The film is based on the story of Nicholas Leeson, a young trader responsible for the demise of Baring Bank, Britain’s oldest bank. After a series of successful trades, Leeson begins to make mistakes which have caused huge losses. Soon he begins to hide them while racking up more and more losses.
This film chronicles the events experienced by the owners of an investment bank a few hours before the start of the 2008 recession. Faced with the brink of bankruptcy faced by the company due to the abuse of leverage and the loan to cover the debt, they will have to make complicated decisions.
“Bad News” (2019)
In this book, we recount the events that occurred during the economic crisis of 2008, but from the point of view of Henry Paulson and Ben Bernake. The film offers a detailed analysis of the companies involved as well as the actions that were taken to avoid financial collapse as much as possible.
“Barbarians at the Gate” (1993)
This is a story based on real facts about the largest known leverage in the history of the financial world. Ross Johnson, the managing director of Nabisco, decides to acquire this company with foreign capital after a resounding failure with electronic cigarettes. Soon, he will have to face Henry Kravitz to buy the company.
“The Informant” (2006)
This investment film centers on the life of Seth Davis, a boy who has just dropped out of college. Soon after, he enters a financial services company with the goal of becoming a millionaire. Soon, enthusiasm for his new job plummets because he is involved in corrupt and deceptive practices…
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