Wallstreet: Money Never Sleeps

1208 Words Oct 25th, 2012 5 Pages
Austriaco, Jezelle J

BSBA 4-1


WALLSTREET: Money Never Sleeps

"Time is the most valuable commodity."..... Right i should invest to it.

When it comes to investing you need to be patient. It takes a long time to determine if a stock is good and if you are able to find the right type of stock to help you grow a solid retirement. Finding strong winners and keeping the money invested in them is the best way to make sure that there is little risk and still the potential for gain. The best stocks will pay a dividend and have a stable commodity that the company produces.

No matter what age we are, we are all fighting an uphill battle against the progress of time and what it means to our lives. Too often, we
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If so, where does the sense of morality and humanity fit in within a world consumed by power and greed?

Set a little over two decades since the last movie, "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" is about a young up and coming Wall Street player a named Jacob Moore, who works as a stock broker, while moon lighting as a corporate CEO for a alternative energy source company. Unfortunately due to a series of events, his long time mentor commits suicide when the stress of losing his company gets to him, as a savvy investor moves in and forces him out.

As the global economy teeters on the brink of disaster, Jacob partners with disgraced former Wall Street corporate raider Gordon Gekko on a two-tiered mission: To alert the financial community to the coming doom, and to find out who was responsible for the death of Jacob's mentor. Unfortunately for Jake, Gordon has other priorities in mind outside of rekindling things with his daughter, Jacob's fiance. Now, I won't say what happens next, as I wouldn't want to ruin the film. However, for those wondering if Gordon Gekko is a changed man or if he learned anything about life from losing it all, at the end of the last film, to becoming rich again, then all I can tell you is that you'll have to watch the movie to find out.

Trust me, it's worth it. The way the story is set up, it has it leading towards one way to where you'll think you have Gordon figured out, but he does the complete
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