We have shortlisted 5 movies that will give your investment game that little bit of insight, which might result in that once in a lifetime "Eureka" moment for you and your investments!
So sit back, grab some popcorn,#watchandlearn!
This ‘docudrama’ about the 2008 financial crisis, covers the subject of moral hazard, specifically the fact that Wall Street has a gambling problem and if government keeps covering their losses, they never learn anything. It serves as caution to the arrogant, who, despite their incredible succcesses you can never be too big to fail.
Based on entrepreneur #ChrisGardner and his five-year-old son’s nearly one-year struggle being homeless. When Gardner( #WillSmith) lands an internship at a prestigious stock brokerage firm, he and his son endure many hardships, including living in shelters, in pursuit of his dream of a better life for the two of them. This movie serves as a reminder of how a man with unparalleled determination and enthusiasm can overcome all adversities and make a name for himself in the world.
Wall Street: Money never Sleeps
Although this movie brings to light the grimier aspect of Wall Streer life, #OliverStone originally set out to depict the greed associated with Wall Street in the 1980s. Traders still rave about this movie and everyone loves #MichaelDouglas' character Gordan Gekko, who is modeled partly after Michael Milken (known for contributing to the high-yield bond market) and Ivan Boesky (former trader involved in an 1980s American scandal)
It's the story of #WallStreet guru Michael Burry as he realizes that a number of subprime home loans are in danger of defaulting. Burry bets against the housing market by throwing more than $1 billion of his investors' money into credit default swaps. His actions attract the attention of other opportunists. Together, these men make a fortune by taking full advantage of the impending economic collapse in America. This movie highlights how some can envision the unlikeliest scenario early and use it to their advantage.
Ending things on a lighter note are Eddie Murphy and Dan Akroyd at their best as th