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The Real Wolf of Wall Street - A Trader's Perspective

The Wolf of Wall Street, one of the top films of 2014 is based on the true story of New York stock broker Jordan Belfort. The film is quite an accurate portrayal of Mr. Belfort's life, as skeptical as one would be after seeing the movie!
Yesterday I had the wonderful opportunity to see Jordan Belfort, the Real Wolf of Wall Street live,as he discussed with us his life experience, the movie, entrepreneurship, sales and achieving success.
As I heard Jordan speak, I could not help but realize how many of his principles can be applied to our day to day lives as Traders. In this article, I will share some of his best materials for success and my interpretation for everyday practical use in a trading environment.
Movie Fun Facts

  • In the movie, Matthew McConaughey thumps his chest and hums a tune in one of the earlier scenes, to get him into the right mind state to perform. This was not from Jordan,in fact, Matthew actually does this to prepare for acting. The director, upon observing this behind the scenes, liked it so much he decided to incorporate it into the movie!
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Airmike 20 May

I checked your article but I am really curious about your opinion. (topic we discussed before)

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Jignesh 20 May

I guess I didn't answer quite straightforward.  It's because I try to be positive.  I thought he was an unethical person.  I didn't like the manipulation tactics that he used.  If he is fake or not? Yeah I think he is fake.  But I also think he will pay back the money and do whatever it takes to be in the good eye of the public.  Why? because of selfish reasons that he thinks it will make him more money.  I don't respect him as a person and don't trust him.  But I find his story and journey very intriguing, and think there is a lot to learn from it.

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Airmike 20 May

Thank you for your answer

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Jignesh 22 May

Thanks Elani! :)

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Jiggy 26 Feb.

Very nice article!

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Will the country turned into the world market, then everyone will feel happy? Commented one of the main supporters of the American economist Milton Friedman's major markets. But the last few years, reality shows us quite the opposite. The market makes a lot of miserable people in the world. At the same time, precisely the state that became a helper when the market was unable to help themselves. So what happened in the U.S. and some European countries have recently become a real example. When the financial crisis, government is helping the company out of crisis. Markets that have glorified it actually makes a lot of people are harmed.Anti-Capitalism
- twps2 - pendulangforex sSebagian majority of Americans were
expressing their disappointment with the conduct rallies Occupying an
extremely provocative to occupy Wall Street or Wall Street (OWS). Wall
Street financial district is located in New York, where the world's
largest stock exchanges of New York Stock Exchange and a number of giant
financial institutions like Goldman Sachs Group and Morgan Stanley
office. A
few giant financial companies such as JP Morgan and Citigroup even
though it is no longer based in the region but are …
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hakala 8 Dec.

:) That is one way. But what happens after???

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ritesh 10 Dec.

Nice article. keep more coming +1

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radjaforex 14 Dec.

thanks all

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doctortyby 18 Dec.

I believe you may be right. We will see another kind of social, economical,political and financial system very soon +!

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mielec 19 Dec.

Agree...Every social thing and system fall after some time. people live so short that they must satisfy a manny
number of ideas

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