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Wall Street Warriors | Episode 1 Season 1 "Capitalism Rules" [HD]


Description: Wall Street Warriors follows the daily lives of eight successful individuals who deal in millions in the marketplace. As the series unfolds, some lives intersect in surprising ways, as financial big shots are whisked by limo from the frenzied American Stock Exchange trading floor to exclusive dinners, to posh midtown offices, to homes and families, down to fast paced Wall Street, or off to the polo grounds of the Hamptons. Take a step into a world rarely seen from the outside, in a heart pounding series that follows the most brilliant, driven and competitive power brokers of the financial world when millions are at stake every minute. Greed and arrogance run rampant on Wall Street, making it home to some of the most stressful jobs on earth. There is only one bottom line on Wall Street: how much money you make. EPISODE 1: "CAPITALISM RULES" The primer episode asks if the race to the top is a marathon or sprint? Guy, one of the sharpest minds on Wall Street, shows what steely resolve it takes to make it in the markets; while Parker defends his risky strategy of short-selling. Beautiful Sandra, the Deal Maker, gets her schmooze on at an elite New York Gala while Jill, initially retired at 27, works diligently to build her own hedge fund, and Alex, the Russian day trader, teaches his young son some important lessons about reaching the American Dream. TITLES: The Portfolio Manager The Deal Maker The Day Trader The Analyst The Fund Manager Over the last 5 days the market has dropped 300 points. GUY: Wall Street takes the brightest people and smashes them into the pavement on a regular basis. SANDRA: There’s only one bottom line on Wall Street and that bottom line is how much money you make. ALEX: This is one of the most stressful jobs on earth. You have stress every single second. Not everybody can survive. JILL: Arrogance, greed, corruption - these are all traps when you work on Wall Street. PARKER: Whatever your background was – it’s can you make money? Can you contribute to profitable ideas? GUY DeCHIMAY Hedge Fund Manger: You should wake up in the morning with an immediate feeling of dread no matter what and that is simply because if you know what you’re doing, you realize that it might really be fleeting. SANDRA NAVIDI Lawyer/Deal Maker: Being a woman on Wall Street, I think it has it’s good parts and bad parts. Oftentimes you still feel it’s a little bit of a boy’s network. Sometimes you’re not being taken as seriously because you wear a skirt and makeup. ALEX GERCHICK Day Trader: There are two major things in Wall Street on how to make money. The first is mind your own business and the second is discipline. PARKER L. QUILLEN Hedge Fund Manager: A lot of our clients look to us to make them money but also to be something of an insurance policy if the market really gets nasty. Yesterday the market was nasty and we had a very good day. JILL DE LOSA Analyst: There are two numbers I don’t think I’ll forget. One is 15 and that is the age that I moved out of my parent’s house. The other is 27 and that’s the age I retired. RICHARD TAGLIANETTI Manager Acquisitions: It’s about making money but you have to have discipline, you have to be clairvoyant, you have to be obsessed and fearless. When Guy was managing money in a loft in SOHO he was knocking it out of the park and no one knew he existed and now he has an office in a mid-town hi-rise and his performance has been off the charts, putting in the top 5% of managers. GUY: We are investors in U.S. equities only and we are a long shore fund which means we are basically making bets, if you will, on stock prices going up and stock prices going down. We trade for both our personal equity as well as that of institutional funds and high network investors. Alrighty, we’ve got a lot of money to put to work so we’re going to put some of it to work today. EQUITIES: stocks representing ownership interest in a company HEDGE FUNDS aggressively managed portfolios for small groups of wealthy clients SANDY: I have always worked on getting one degree upon another to show that I’m actually well accomplished. I did feel under pressure to prove that. You have to have a certain resilience for Wall Street. PARKER: It gets stressful here usually around the open - which is at 9:30 Eastern time. There’s usually some information that has come to light over night. ALEX: Mitchell. MITCHELL (Alex’s son): What? ALEX: Are you going to be good in school today? MITCHELL: Yes. ALEX: You sure? MITCHELL: Yes.

Published: Wednesday July 17, 2019 @ 21:52 EDT
Duration: 25.05 minutes
Views: 57,764
Likes: 481
Dislikes: 20
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.96

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 2 Season 1 "Closing the Deal" [HD]


Description: Wall Street Warriors Season 1 Episode 2 "Closing the Deal" As Sandra works on closing a $500 million deal, a looming deadline may throw a wrench in her plans. We meet Tim Sykes, a 25-year-old boy genius who’s running a Hedge Fund out of his New York apartment. Meanwhile, a city-wide bomb threat has shaken the markets and Fund Manager Guy tries to get in synch with the downturn - where he can make or lose millions in seconds. On the trading floor, Specialist Bob executes orders and shows how the curb exchange got it’s start in the 19th century. The Portfolio Manager The Deal Maker The Specialist The Start-Up TRANSCRIPT: GUY: Wall Street takes the brightest people and smashes them into the pavement on a regular basis. SANDRA: There’s only one bottom line on Wall Street and that bottom line is how much money you make. BOB: This is like being in a fox hole all day long with your enemies. I’ve seen many people come close to blows over a transaction. TIM SKYES (Start-Up Hedge Fund): Greed is ugly. Make as much money as you can so that you can get out of there before it turns you to the dark side. TIM: Wall Street is all about greed. The worst of human emotions. It’s not a good place to be but it’s great to try and make some money. You know, that’s capitalism. I started my own hedge fund senior year in college in March 2003. I work out of my apartment. I commute from my bedroom to my living room. I can do this pretty much from anywhere I have an internet connection. Back in 1999, the stock market was going pretty crazy. I was in high school. My parents gave me $13,000 of my bar mitzvah money put into a discount online brokerage and I turned that $13,000 into a fully audited pre-taxable $1.65 million. Boom. It all happened freshman year in college. I pretty much made a million dollars in 5 months. You little bitch. I’m waking up in my dorm room and up $20 grand in bed. It almost wasn’t real like a video game. That was sweet. RICH BLAKE (Senior Editor, “Trader Monthly”): Tim Sykes is a trader I’ve been reading about over the years and I’ve had my eye on him. Two lane sophmore/junior launched a hedge fund out of his dorm room and all I know about his trading style, his pedigree and his smarts. You watch him, he’ll have $20-$30 million under management soon. TIM: I’m 25 and I’m looking for respect because I haven’t gotten any even though I’ve been doing this for 8 years. People still don’t take me seriously. That’s fine. I plan on doing this another 50 years. 9:29 – the market is about to open. There it is. It’s 9:30. Tim has been trying to find investors, but at 25 it’s been difficult 9:29 A.M. 9:30 A.M. BOB NUNN (AMEX Specialist): You know it’s sort of unusual market sold off about 50 points no good reason. The stocks have been under pressure starting to climb on the buy side. MIKE: It’s 4900 shares of ATS. TIM: The markets going haywire. This is all of the buyers and sellers. Everyone’s just panicking and shitting in their pants right now. It’s going to be a crazy day. MIKE: You bought 4800 shares of (BLEEP). BOB: I’m Bob Nunn. I’m a specialist and managing director of floor operations for Cohen Specialists on the floor of the American Stock Exchange. MIKE: 2700 shares of Power and Trades sold? Another 1500 shares take ? BOB: We’ll certainly put our best effort. Mike Konoff and I are monitoring 12 different securities. Right now it’s off uh about 12% on the day with some news this morning. TIM: The markets are down right now because of the plot discovered to uh bomb the Holland tunnel. FBI reports possible plot to bomb Holland Tunnel GUY DeChimay (Hedge Fund Manager): The markets are not happy. The markets are not happy at all. There’s a lot of things to be worried about. It’s not a time to run in and buy the dip at the moment. You don’t want to let one mistake to undo everything you’ve just done for months so we’ll be playing it close to the best and very conservatively.

Published: Wednesday July 17, 2019 @ 21:52 EDT
Duration: 23.55 minutes
Views: 29,244
Likes: 201
Dislikes: 10
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.95

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 3 Season 1 "From Robes to Riches" [HD]


Description: Wall Street Warriors follows the daily lives of eight successful individuals who deal in millions in the marketplace. As the series unfolds, some lives intersect in surprising ways, as financial big shots are whisked by limo from the frenzied American Stock Exchange trading floor to exclusive dinners, to posh midtown offices, to homes and families, down to fast paced Wall Street, or off to the polo grounds of the Hamptons. Take a step into a world rarely seen from the outside, in a heart pounding series that follows the most brilliant, driven and competitive power brokers of the financial world when millions are at stake every minute. Greed and arrogance run rampant on Wall Street, making it home to some of the most stressful jobs on earth. There is only one bottom line on Wall Street: how much money you make. EPISODE 3: "From Robes to Riches. Parker investigates a blue jean company that may be a good bet for a short sell. Tom's mother comes over to clean his apartment while he day trades. The Deal Maker The Fund Manager The Specialist The Start-Up WALL STREET WARRIORS SANDRA: There’s only one bottom line on Wall Street and that bottom line is how much money you make. PARKER: Whatever your background was – it’s can you make money? Can you contribute to profitable ideas? BOB: This is like being in a fox hole all day long with your enemies. I’ve seen many people come close to blows over a transaction. TIM: Greed is ugly. Make as much money as you can so that you can get out of there before it turns you to the dark side. BOB NUNN (AMEX Specialist): Do you want me to buy another straight plastic? Or 0 plastic? It’s a public offer, not me. Ok? So, stop pulling my chain. JOSEPH REISZEL (Floor Broker): If you weren’t around, who would I make fun of? I need you. BOB: Well. JOSEPH: I need you. BOB: You need me. BOB: You think it’s easy to make money. Isn’t it? JOSEPH: There is not limit for you, huh? BOB: What do you need? JOSEPH: 90 bid, $10,000. BOB: Sold. JOSEPH: Point taken. BOB: P.K. JOSEPH: How do you spell that? BOB: You’re a very funny guy. JOSEPH: I try my best. BOB: I think Wall Street gets a bad name. I think people think that it’s a bunch of stuffed shirts with Master’s Degrees in Finance and MBAs from Wortman and Harvard. Forget about it! There are real people down here with real emotions and real passions. JOSEPH: Floor traders basically, they usually, have some kind of head piece on like I do. The ear piece is just to communicate with my booth to let the know what I’m doing or what I should be doing. That’s the mind behind the puppet. That’s the one that’s pulling my strings basically. Those are mostly option booths right there. All the way at the top, in the middle, that’s an equity firm. And then the south balcony, that one, is an equity and option firm that does both. When they call me with their orders, they tell me what I’m getting, it comes through my hand held, the electronic device that I have, and I run around executing orders. Sometimes I have to leave them with the specialists who watch it for me because I have so many that I have to do. Timmy? Guy on floor: Yeah. JOSEPH: 68. Can I check it again, please? Guy on floor: SCA, yes sir. Here you are. JOSEPH: Thank you very much. Guy on floor: I’ve got another 2,000 buy here. Sell 1,500 at 61 APEC. JOSEPH: Thank you sir. Party on. TIM SYKES (Start Up Hedge Fund): Most people don’t understand what I do. Most people don’t understand what a hedge fund is. When I lived down in Florida, I said I run a hedge fund, they thought I was in landscaping, you know. That’s not even a joke. Traders were trying to, uh, figure out the future, I mean this is the last, uh, undiscovered mystery. Traders are no better than 100 years ago, you know. I mean, we’re still guessing where the market is going to be. Yeah, we have technical analysis. We have all of these tools and try to figure out what’s going on but we don’t know. It’s the great race to try to figure out the unknown. That’s what it’s about. TIM: 10:21 A.M. TIM: Today, my mom is coming over for a little bit to, uh, say hello and clean and replenish my water supplies. Um, she’s kind of my personal slave. TIM’S MOM: May I come in? TIM: Hey Mom. TIM’S MOM: Hey Timmy. How are you? TIM: Good. How are you? TIM’S MOM: Good. TIM: Hello. TIM’S MOM: I come here once every two or three weeks to clean his room and to do his bathroom and it gives me a chance to see him. He’s still my baby. I can’t help it. My old child. So I just come. I feel needed. I do my “mommy” thing. I make Timmy’s bed. At home, my husband makes our bed. Ha ha! I have my own cleaning lady but somehow I became Timmy’s cleaning lady. TIM: She cleans the apartment. She brings me food, water, does my laundry. Um, my other roommate cooks for me. My mom’s not that good of a cook.

Published: Wednesday July 17, 2019 @ 21:52 EDT
Duration: 23.55 minutes
Views: 22,354
Likes: 166
Dislikes: 7
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.96

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 4 Season 1 "Work Hard, Play Harder" [HD]


Description: Wall Street Warriors are Weekend Warriors in Episode 4: On Wall Street, when you work hard, you get to play even harder. This week, it's all about spending quality time and of course, quantity money. Tim tees off on the golf course before a night out with a model. Meanwhile, out in the Hamptons, Guy fits in some family time, and Sandra hits the polo club. “WEEKEND WARRIORS” TIM SYKES (Start-Up Hedge Fund): It’s Saturday morning and I like to get a jog in the early morning, usually like a couple days of the week. Today’s a special day. I’m going to be drinking all day with my buddy, Ed, so it’ll be some drunken golf and then I have a big date tonight with a beautiful model so it’s a big day for me. GUY DeCHIMAY (Hedge Fund Manager): So I managed to escape for a nice weekend out in the Hamptons. The Wall Street crowd has really helped make this place what it is. This place is chock-a-block with guys in finance. It’s your crowd; your social set. The Hamptons are about 2 hours east of Manhattan GUY: Everybody has kind of congregated here. There are preferences. Some people want to be in the south, some people want to be in the east. You know, they’re all beautiful. Everybody lives their own way out here. My preference is to live very nicely but not to do it in a very fussy way. Guy spends his weekdays in Manhattan while his family reside in the Hamptons GUY: Most of the time the focus really is around my daughter and trying to spend as much time as I can. I don’t generally get to see her during the week because I’m in town working and, uh, everybody else is out here, so, uh, it’s really a great opportunity to sort of regroup and probably the thing that I like to do most. SANDRA NAVIDI (Lawyer/Deal Maker): I spend my weekends primarily in the Hamptons and pretty much everybody that I know is out there so there is a lot of socializing going on and opportunity to network. Sandra is in the Hamptons staying with friends SANDRA: Networking is key to success in this business. You really need to go out there and meet people. You make yourself useful to their causes. You have to have good social skills, be a people person. It’s a constant process of giving and receiving and if you’re not exceedingly boring yourself than it’s fun. SANDRA: I’m very excited to be at polo today because although I go riding whenever I can, which isn’t that often in New York, I’m excited because I’ve never been on a polo horse before. I’m used to riding just dressage horses or western styles. ANTHONY VISCOGLIO (Sandra’s friend): We’ll get her up on a polo pony and teach her how to swing a mallot, teach her how to ride a little bit and… SANDRA: I know how to ride. ANTHONY: And see how she does. SANDRA: Polo. ANTHONY: The hardest thing you can do is stay on the horse and swing a mallot and, uh, keep ‘um, the horse. SANDRA: Are they too short? ANTHONY: No. SANDRA: I mean if I wear running in the country… ANTHONY: So, this horse is Steve. He’s about 7 years old and you’re going to love him. He’s very calm, relative to polo ponies. So, these are his rings. I’m going to teach you how to hold the polo rings. So you choose the mallots based on the size of the horse. Looks good. Put your thumb down like this. Here you go. So you’re going to use a whip. SANDRA: Oh really. ANTHONY: Be careful how you use it. SANDRA: A lot of stuff to hold. I have to say. ANTHONY: Follow me. SANDRA: We met through a mutual friend a while back and always stayed in touch.

Published: Wednesday July 17, 2019 @ 21:53 EDT
Duration: 23.07 minutes
Views: 14,247
Likes: 108
Dislikes: 3
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.97

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 5 Season 1 "Written in the Stars" [HD]


Description: Episode 5 "Written in the Stars" Is a profitable day in the stars? Sandra meets with a financial astrologer, but talk soon turns to her personal life. Alex explains his own strategies for breaking and re-grouping while Ted, an experienced floor trader, reflects on the Stock Exchange's significance. TRANSCRIPT: TIM SYKES (Start-Up Hedge Fund): Take it! Take it! $50 bucks! Come on, take it out! Aagghh. 2 cents. Boom and I’m out. That was close and I made $20 bucks. 9:49. It’s been 19 minutes since the market has opened. So far I have made $715 dollars for the day. My best day I made just around $350,000. I remember just sitting around in my room for quite a while digesting it to make sure that it was real. Uh, my worst day was down $180,000. Hello. Yeah, that sounds good. Tonight I throwing a big ass roof top party, you know. I invited about 100 people. We’ll see how many people actually show up. Hopefully it turns into a girls gone wild video. There it goes. No it’s fading a little bit. I’m kind of long biased on this stock all day today. I’m going go by it on weakness because I think others will buy it on weakness so since it’s a self-fulfilling prophecy, others are buying it on weakness, I’m buying it on weakness, it’ll bounce a lot. I’m expecting big things today. No. Maybe not a $100,000 day but maybe up to $10,000 or $20,000. Long Biased: believing the price of a stock will rise over time TED WEISBERG (Floor Trader): My name is Ted Weisberg. My job description is one of floor trader where I have been on the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange for 38 years. I never thought when I was 29 years old that I’d still be there when I was 66. The stock market or the stock exchange is a giant auction market where buyers and sellers meet. Companies sell stock to raise capital so they can grow and expand their businesses. The stocks themselves are literally pieces of paper that represent ownership in those companies and the companies sell the stock to the public to raise the money to run their businesses and the stocks will go up and down as a direct reflection on a company’s ability to, in fact, put that capital to good use. There are many facets of the stock exchange that I think are extremely important to the investing public. #1 is visibility. There is the tape which we take for granted which basically records every transaction that’s taking place on the trading floor and that tape that you see in California or New York is the same tape that you would see in Hong Kong or Auckland, New Zealand. So transparency I think is key to investory confidence. You might not like the price, but you can see the price. ALEX GERCHIK (Day Trader): (Russian talk) In Russia it is considered good luck to surround yourself with money ALEX: I grew up in Russia. I came to the states. I got my driver’s license, started driving a cab and in 1995, I decided to go on Wall Street. I was a stock broker for a few months. I didn’t really like it and then I went into a day trading business which I actually fell in love with first day I went to the office. Day trading is considered to be a person who does more than 100 trades a month. We probably do 500 to 1,000 trades a day so we consider ourselves a professional day trader. There’s maybe 10,000 like we are. Always know when to get in. Always know when to get out. I think personally, a lot of people cannot succeed in this business because they are not disciplined enough. ALEX: So, today I’m going to trade from our downtown office. I have two of them, midtown and downtown. In the eleven years that I’ve been in the day trading business, I would say that I do know a lot of information. We take this chart. It’s a gold chart. I cannot say that I would be too smart and short it right there. It would be a reason for it. But I know one thing for a fact, when the gold collapses and its big. This is a 25% downside, somewhere in this area, I would just be ready to buy. I would be ready to buy. Yep, yeah, what’s up? When you spend 11 years, every single day, 252 trading days a year, you’re going to start to understand what’s really going on. Atleast you’re going to have a feel for it. Good luck to you, too. SANDRA NAVIDI (Lawyer/Deal Maker): I’m kind of in between appointments and I’m going to see a financial astrologer. I have no clue what to expect and I’m a little bit skeptical. HENRY WEINGARTEN (Financial Astrologer): Hi Sandra, how are you doing? SANDRA: Hi, nice to see you again. HENRY: Glad you made it. Come on inside. HENRY: I was a professional astrologer since 1967 and then I started coming into the markets October 20, 1987 because we know about the stock market crash a year in advance. A – we’re good at what we do.

Published: Wednesday July 17, 2019 @ 21:53 EDT
Duration: 23.57 minutes
Views: 17,859
Likes: 138
Dislikes: 7
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.95

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 6 Season 1 "Size Does Matter" [HD]


Description: Episode 6 "Size Does Matter" The climactic last episode of Season 1. After coming up $300,000 short, Tim loses one of his top investors, not to mention his notorious temper. Sandra is more than a little impressed by the co-founder of the Quantum Fund. Sporting a hedge fund with a 4000% return is proof that portfolio size does matter. TITLES: The Deal Maker The Bond Trader The Floor Broker The Start-Up WALL STREET WARRIORS SANDRA: There’s only one bottom line on Wall Street and that bottom line is how much money you make. SHAHNAZ HUSSAIN (Shatz Trader): You’ve got to be smart. You’ve got to be quick. If you see something, you’ve got to act upon it. There’s so much opportunity and you’ve got to have the edge. JOHN HANEMANN (Commodities Broker): I love my job. We’re always bumping and pushing and shouting at each other, but at the end of this day, we’re still comrades at arm. TIM (Start-Up Hedge Fund): Greed is ugly. Make as much money as you can so that you can get out of there before it turns you to the dark side. JOHN: This means buy. That’s sell. My name is John Hanemann and I am a Commodity Floor Broker at the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. That means I get to trade base metals, copper, ali, gold, silver, options, All that we’re trading right now – cotton is open. They trade cocoa. They trade sugar, coffee, orange juice and what you see here then is all metals – silver, gold, copper, fur. This is what I call home. And my office. The phone’s that I have in my booth, some of them go to Paris, some go to London, and many of them go to Chicago. TEXT: COCOA, COTTON, SUGAR, COFFEE, ORANGE JUICE, SILVER, GOLD, COPPER, PARIS, LONDON, CHICAGO JOHN: I do business with scrap dealers, hedge funds, hedge traders, individuals. It’s a broad audience that we do business with and once past the copper ring, now you go to the gold ring which is what we call the 5th currency which is very sensitive to the value of the dollar. Further on, you have the Silver market, which is more for commercial market than the gold market. I’ve been a member since 1970. I’m probably the oldest active commodity floor broker in New York. SHAHNAZ HUSSAIN (Shatz Trader): My name is Shahnaz Hussain and I am a Shatz trader. I’m originally from London and I’m 31 years old. I trade the Shatz on the York’s exchange and I’ve been doing that for approximately seven years. RICH BLAKE (Senior Editor “Trader Monthly”): For Shahnaz to focus on the Shatz, a specific type of German fixed income security, there’s a reason there, it’s to sort of hone all of the forces you can muster in on one specific security and become the expert on how that thing moves because it’s moving all day. SHAHNAZ: Part of the reason I got into finance was the money. I have a goal where I say this is where I’d like to make this amount every year and I break it down to monthly, weekly, daily. I don’t try and trade out of my reach. I so, ok, this is what I am capable of doing. I’m an independent trader which means I trade my own money since I’ve been trading on my own I’ve done pretty well. My return has been pretty high. Unbelievably high. There is a lot of luck involved. Sometimes I’ll just go in and make money literally just like that and I’m like what did I do? It’s happened. But you’ve got to be smart. You’ve got to be able to change your mind very, very quickly because that’s how the markets react to you. If you see something, you’ve got to act upon it there and then. You’ve got to remember there are a lot of other people out there doing the same thing as you.

Published: Wednesday July 17, 2019 @ 21:53 EDT
Duration: 23.80 minutes
Views: 16,344
Likes: 123
Dislikes: 4
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.97

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 1 Season 2 "Up On Futures" [HD]


Description: Welcome back to Wall Street, the land of raging bulls and hungry bears, where winners wheel and deal and losers crash and burn. Witness the extreme power and intense competition that defines Wall Street through the eyes of those who thrive there - from seasoned veterans and established traders to ambitious newbies fresh out of school - in an all new season.After the closing bell, follow these six players as they are jetted off to their second homes in the Hamptons and to weekend vacations in fabulous destinations. But don't be fooled by the mansion parties and luxurious vacation activities- for these Wall Street Warriors, the networking never stops. Get an inside look at the fast-paced lives and take-no-prisoners attitudes of Wall Street Warriors, Season 2. Episode 1 "Up On Futures": Larry, the floor trader, shows us how trading OJ futures in the outcry pits can be more intense than any game in Vegas. Laetitia, the rookie, graduates from NYU and goes to her first nerve-wracking job interview on Wall Street. Jim and Lance, stockbrokers to the rich, reveal how they are betting all of their clients money on one “sure-fire” stock. Brett, the 28-year-old fund manager, investigates a new private bank in Connecticut and grills the bank president over his business plans.

Published: Wednesday July 17, 2019 @ 21:53 EDT
Duration: 25.03 minutes
Views: 28,006
Likes: 149
Dislikes: 5
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.97

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 2 Season 2 "Holding Patterns" [HD]


Description: Wall Street Warriors: Episode 2 Season 2 "Holding Patterns" Jess, one of the few women on the trading floor, explains how she holds her own in a trading pit full of men. Brett, the fund manager, is late for a meeting in Cairo and calls in a helicopter to whisk him off to JFK. Meanwhile, the stockbrokers explore the art of the phone pitch and the hard sell. Laetitia, fresh out of business school, waits for news if she has landed a trading job that will allow her to break free of her parents.

Published: Wednesday July 17, 2019 @ 21:53 EDT
Duration: 25.10 minutes
Views: 18,044
Likes: 108
Dislikes: 1
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.99

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 3 Season 2 "The Hate Index" [HD]


Description: "The Hate Index" - Wall Street Warriors Episode 3 Season 2 Synopsis: Tempers flair in the trading pits as factionalism breaks out and Larry explains the deep seeded hatred among the cliques. Meanwhile, Laetitia, the rookie trader, starts her first day of work and is overwhelmed by the speed of the market data she has to comprehend. The brokers, Jim and Lance, berate their junior brokers for getting them bad leads while Brett, the fund manager, test drives a $300,000 speed boat and throws an elite party for his wealthy friends in the Hamptons.

Published: Wednesday July 17, 2019 @ 21:54 EDT
Duration: 25.10 minutes
Views: 16,237
Likes: 115
Dislikes: 1
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.99

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 4 Season 2 "The Spread" [HD]


Description: "The Spread" Episode 4 (Season 2) of Wall Street Warriors: Laetitia has made it through her second week as a day trader, now she has to survive her first performance review. Brett, the fund manager, networks with clients while running the New York triathlon. Jim and Lance wait for the Fed to release the new interest rate and watch to see how it effects their “sure-fire” position in the market. Larry and Jess, in the open outcry pits, explain how pit trading really works. Later, all the brokers have a New York poker party.

Published: Wednesday July 17, 2019 @ 21:54 EDT
Duration: 24.07 minutes
Views: 13,253
Likes: 72
Dislikes: 2
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.97

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 5 Season 2 "Open Outcry" [HD]


Description: Wall Street Warriors | Episode 5 Season 2 "Open Outcry" One of the biggest days in the OJ pits as a crop report number comes out. Larry hasn't slept in days and stands to lose millions if his bets are off. The pressure mounts on Laetitia as she nears the end of her fifth week of training and she has to make an important decision. Brett flies out to a horse ranch in Connecticut to see if it's a good place to invest his fund's money.

Published: Wednesday July 17, 2019 @ 21:54 EDT
Duration: 23.25 minutes
Views: 13,114
Likes: 64
Dislikes: 3
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.95

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 6 Season 2 "Downside Up" [HD]


Description: Market's are in turmoil in the trading pits as Jess gets in a heated argument over a trade. Laetitia leaves New York and reunites with her parents in Paris, where she has a good job prospect. Meanwhile, Brett helicopters out to a polo match in the Hamptons while Jim and Lance enjoy the good times as their stock hits new highs and their clients give them even more money.

Published: Wednesday July 17, 2019 @ 21:54 EDT
Duration: 24.07 minutes
Views: 13,563
Likes: 63
Dislikes: 2
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.97

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 7 Season 2 "The Squeez" [HD]


Description: Markets are beginning to drop and the bullish stockbroker's are feeling the pain as their clients begin to panic. Brett hasn't slept in 24 hours as he prepares for a key investment meeting. Laetitia has a potentially life-changing job interview in Paris with a merchant banker. Larry plays commodities "poker" and enjoys the good-life with his family in the suburbs.

Published: Wednesday July 17, 2019 @ 21:54 EDT
Duration: 23.88 minutes
Views: 13,293
Likes: 75
Dislikes: 2
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.97

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 8 Season 2 "Distant Indicators" [HD]


Description: The bears have taken over Wall Street as the sub-prime mess is now in full swing. Nothing seems to be going right for the two stockbrokers who are having a hard time both in the markets and on the football field. Meanwhile, in Paris, Laetitia has to decide between two job offers. In the commodities pit, Larry has to contend with a hurricane that might strike the crop. Brett travels to the Dominican Republic to try to get a wealthy developer to invest in his fund.

Published: Wednesday July 17, 2019 @ 21:54 EDT
Duration: 22.75 minutes
Views: 11,701
Likes: 61
Dislikes: 1
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.98

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 9 Season 2 "Bulls, Bears & Whales"" [HD]


Description: While yachting in the Dominican Republic, Brett works to get a wealthy investor into his fund. Jim & Lance, under intense pressure from falling markets, make a phone call that can net them a million dollars. Laetitia, now back in New York, starts her new job as a junior currency analyst at a major firm on Wall Street.

Published: Wednesday July 17, 2019 @ 21:54 EDT
Duration: 22.92 minutes
Views: 15,082
Likes: 89
Dislikes: 4
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.96

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 10 Season 2 "Survivors Algorithm" [HD]


Description: In the season finally, bears are roaming freely on Wall Street, and the stockbrokers vow to fight on even though they’ve lost a fortune to date. Larry stands to win or lose millions as the long awaited yearly crop report comes out. Brett visits the NASDAQ for a meeting on going public while Laetitia finds her place as a junior currency analyst at a major firm. In the end, everyone talks about their dramatic year and their hopes and dreams for the future.

Published: Wednesday July 17, 2019 @ 21:55 EDT
Duration: 23.47 minutes
Views: 12,743
Likes: 86
Dislikes: 4
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.95

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 1 Season 3 "Enter the Bears" [HD]


Description: The first episode of Season 3 (the lost season!) of Wall Street Warriors – a 10-part Docu-Reality Series that was shot on Wall Street during the meltdown that lead to The Great Recession. Episode 1 starts with rumors of an impending crisis... by episode 10 there are near riots outside the New York Stock Exchange. "Enter the Bears" The 3rd season opener gives a behind-the-scenes look at the New York and Chicago financial districts just as the credit crunch begins to unfold. Fearing a deep recession, sibling stock brokers, Phil & Ken, argue over how best to protect their client's money. Doug, a floor trader on Chicago's famous outcry pits, shows what it takes to be a survivor in the cut-throat environment. Meanwhile, Kristi, CEO of a new online trading firm, Think or Swim, stresses out trying to meet a major filing deadline while Rich, the Hedge Fund guy, tries to profit from the growing oil bubble. Episode 2 "The Fear Gauge" is available here: https://youtu.be/A3Mhtb1c55o Wall Street Warriors S3 Ep1: Coming up next on Wall Street Warriors. PHIL: Today's the start of the official bear market. RICH: Stress levels are off the charts. DOUG: The American economy is so weak right now. KEN: We're down 13. PHIL: You're [bleep]ing killing me here. KRISTI: The tension is visible. Just keep me updated. Good-bye! Grrr! [laughs] THE FLOOR TRADER THE MARKET MAKER THE COMPANY THE OPTIONS TRADER THE MONEY THE BROKERS WALL STREET WARRIORS: ENTER THE BEARS MARKETS ARE FALLING THE CREDIT CRUNCH CONTINUES HOUSING PRICES ARE PLUMMETING OIL PRICES HAVE SOARED TALK OF CRISIS HOVERS OVER WALL STREET… CHICAGO WORLDWIDE CAPITAL OF DERIVATIVES S&P 500 INDEX OPTIONS PIT CHICAGO BOARD OPTIONS EXCHANGE DOUG: This is like the Wild, Wild West of trading. There's more money than I've ever seen. DOUG: A broker comes into the crowd with a 10,000-lot order, and the premium on the order is huge, crazy money. Billions and billions of dollars are traded on a daily basis out here. It’s Capitalism to the extreme. A lot of people make a lot of good money down here, but you pay the price, too. DOUG: Right now, we're in a little tricky area. The American public wants a rally, but any kind of move to the downside gets people panic. I think we could start having a problem in the market. DOUG:I think the credit crisis is huge right now because when the U.S. economy gets bad, people run and they buy oil. They buy gold. TRADER #2: There's a confidence that, uh, has eroded. TRADER #3: There's a lot of money on the sidelines. DOUG: The dollar's getting pounded because the American economy is so weak right now. There's a problem. I mean, there's-- there's a problem that has to be solved. Something's gotta be fixed. NEW YORK FINANCIAL DISTRICT KEN & PHILIP BRISARD STOCK BROKERS PHIL: We can probably raise a cool $3 million out of that seminar. Now, you had a ACAP come in last week. Did it settle? KEN: Yeah. Well, it settled for about 620,000. KEN: Today is definitely gonna mark a historic day because we are officially in a bear market. PHIL: Front page of The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and all these other financial newspapers are calling this the "Great Depression." KEN: We currently have oil, natural gas. The dollar's at a 52-week low. And those three components of the economy are hurting us really bad. Right now you need to keep everyone calm, collected, and tell them about the options strategy. Don't get into the panic mode, 'cause everyone panics when everything's going wrong. You know, no one can see the light of day. And this is what tells me there's opportunity all over the place. Brisard & Brisard. I'm a financial advisor. I've been doing this 14 1/2 years along with my partner, which is also my brother Ken. We deal with stocks, bonds, and options. Some people say don't do business with your family, but I don't know who else I could do business and trust. The writing's on the wall. All you have to do is go the opposite way. But every single day, myself and my brother, we reach a point of, uh, disagreement. You're a genius on that. And you know what? No, you called me an idiot. I called you an idiot on it because you know what? I actually booked some of my clients out of the SKF right around $120 'cause the market... Phil likes to do things his way. HEDGE FUND MANAGER RICH TAG: I watched the past three months oil go from 80 to 130. But it's gonna turn, right? I mean, in the U.S., prices are high enough. In London, they're picketing, and they're burning gas stations down, right? Wall Street is feast or famine. We just came out of five years of hyper growth, and boom, we got hit with the sub-prime crisis, and Wall Street started to pare back and lay off. Stress levels are off the charts. There's a lot of hysteria in the markets now. Many of the energy hedge funds are flat or minus for the year. Hedge funds are now managing a significant share, probably 50% of America's investable assets.

Published: Thursday May 12, 2016 @ 17:28 EDT
Duration: 24.57 minutes
Views: 345,734
Likes: 2,100
Dislikes: 91
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.96

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 2 Season 3 "The Fear Gauge" [HD]


Description: "The Fear Gauge" the 2nd episode of the lost Season 3 of Wall Street Warriors – a 10-part Docu-Reality Series that was shot on Wall Street during the meltdown that lead to The Great Recession. Episode 1 starts with rumors of an impending crisis... by episode 10 there are near riots outside the New York Stock Exchange. "The Fear Gauge" We meet Philip's wife and kids as he prepares for his morning commute to Wall Street. The markets are in turmoil but he's got to help feed the kids while contemplating his stock positions. In the Chicago outcry pits, Ben discusses how trading volatility (VIX) is a unique way to make money. Known as "the fear gauge," volatility gives Ben a unique perspective on the pulse of the market. And moments later, almost as an example, Ben gets in a screaming match with another trader. Next, Rich has lunch at the famous Tavern on the Green with a beautiful Russian investment banker, Natalia. They both have ulterior motives for the meeting. Natalia tries to convince Rich to bring in his investors into a Russian oil deal while Rich tries to get her to share her wealthy contacts in Arabia. Tony, the options trader, goes back to visit his colleagues at the CBOE (Chicago Board Options Exchange). He discusses how trading evolved from open outcry to electronic and shows us how he now trades at the world famous "trading wall" that looks more like a NASA control room. Later, we find out Phil and Ken have been having problems keeping their office assistants. The last one couldn't take the stress and quit in tears. So, today, they have a new interviewee, Beth. She's an artist, and out of place on Wall Street, but Ken sees something in her and wants to hire her. Phil thinks it's a bad idea. If you missed it, Episode 1 is available here: https://youtu.be/-pL0SQutfYA Wall Street Warriors S3 Ep2:

Published: Tuesday June 07, 2016 @ 18:49 EDT
Duration: 23.98 minutes
Views: 120,029
Likes: 550
Dislikes: 26
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.95

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 3 Season 3 "The Strangle" [HD]


Description: "The Strangle" is the 3rd episode of the lost Season 3 of Wall Street Warriors – a 10-part Docu-Reality Series that was shot on Wall Street during the meltdown that lead to The Great Recession. Episode 1 starts with rumors of an impending crisis... by episode 10 there are near riots outside the New York Stock Exchange. "The Strangle" In the chaos of the Chicago trading pits, Doug screams out orders to his clerks and shows how hand signals are used to communicate across the crowd. In New York, Beth starts her first day with Phil and Ken and is quickly overwhelmed by the amount of work they throw at her. Meanwhile, Kristi and her crew need to bring new critical software on-line today, but it's still not functioning properly and tempers start to flair. Later, Doug travels home to the suburbs to throw a birthday party for his kids. DRAMATIS PERSONAE: 1.) THE FLOOR TRADERS: DOUG (SPX Trader) BEN (Volatility Trader) The show captures the visceral thrill of trading hand-to-hand in the open outcry pits in Chicago. We profile how these two working-class guys became the business world’s least-likely tycoons. We follow them as they trade the ups-and-downs of the market with their own money. Colorful characters abound on all sides of these tight-knit but cut-throat environments. However, these masters of the free market may prove vulnerable as computers begin making the open-outcry obsolete. THE ONLINE BROKERAGE HOUSE: KRISTINE (CFO) TONY (options trader) This pioneering and edgy firm is the future of Wall Street. Cutting out the middle man and going right to a growing class of new private traders, Thinkorswim’s CFO, Kristi Ross, fights to keep the start-up growing and running smoothly while nearby Tony Battista trades his own money and shows people how they, too, can make it in the markets. However, when the credit crisis hit all the rules of the game change on them. 3.) THE HEDGE FUNDE: RICHARD The man with the money, Rich Taglianetti is a jet-setter who puts together some of the wealthiest clients on the planet with some of the best undiscovered hedge fund managers. With a knack for finding great Wall Street talent, he's the guy who makes the rich richer. 4.) THE STOCK BROKERS: PHILIP & KEN Philip and his brother, Ken, run their own brokerage firm located right on Wall Street. With great style and attitude, they try to capture high profile celebrity clients and keep them happy by growing their money in these turbulent times. When the markets begin to crash, things don’t go quite as planned.

Published: Tuesday June 07, 2016 @ 18:50 EDT
Duration: 23.40 minutes
Views: 83,110
Likes: 389
Dislikes: 21
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.95

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 4 Season 3 "Volatile, Volatility" [HD]


Description: "Volatile Volatility" is the 4th episode of the lost Season 3 of Wall Street Warriors – a 10-part Docu-Reality Series that was shot on Wall Street during the meltdown that lead to The Great Recession. Episode 1 starts with rumors of an impending crisis... by episode 10 there are near riots outside the New York Stock Exchange. EPISODE 4: In a hunt for new clients, Phil and Ken travel to Miami and try to court a wealthy football player. Meanwhile, Tony takes a group of novice traders to Chicago’s open outcry pits and sets up a heated trading competition with his arch rival “Q”. Rich Tag is at his Hamptons estate trying to figure out how to profit from the oil bubble. He has drinks with two energy analyst who give him advice on how to play the oil markets. Later, Phil and Ken check out Miami’s real-estate and argue over opening a second branch of their firm in South Beach.

Published: Wednesday June 22, 2016 @ 19:28 EDT
Duration: 23.73 minutes
Views: 78,531
Likes: 311
Dislikes: 10
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.97

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 5 Season 3 "Options, Options" [HD]


Description: "Options, Options" is the fifth episode of Season 3 (the lost season!) of Wall Street Warriors – a 10-part Docu-Reality Series that was shot on Wall Street during the meltdown that lead to The Great Recession. Episode 1 starts with rumors of an impending crisis... by episode 10 there are near riots outside the New York Stock Exchange. The first episode of Season 3 (the lost season!) of Wall Street Warriors – a 10-part Docu-Reality Series that was shot on Wall Street during the meltdown that lead to The Great Recession. Episode 1 starts with rumors of an impending crisis... by episode 10 there are near riots outside the New York Stock Exchange. Episode 5: The stock brokers, Phil and Ken, are still in Miami trying to salvage their trip by pitching to two wealthy Florida lawyers. They aren't an easy sell and Phil has to turn on the charm to win them over. In New York, we meet a new start up hedge fund manager, Ron, who is anxiously pitching Rich his fund. Rich isn't impressed by Ron's flat numbers but will give him money if the numbers improve. On the Chicago trading floors, Doug discusses how, as the son of steel workers, he ended up in the financial markets. Picking up from the competition in Episode 4, Tony and his team now trade real money and hope to beat his rival "Q" as the highest earners of the day. Stress peaks as the market closes and all await the final numbers. Tony is overjoyed to find Q turns out to be dead last. Later, Ken's wife flies to Miami to see the house her husband bought her. She's not exactly happy that he made such a big decision without asking her. Ken nervously shows her the new house. She loves it but starts arguing about how difficult moving her whole life down to Miami is going to be. DRAMATIS PERSONAE: 1.) THE FLOOR TRADERS: DOUG (SPX Trader) BEN (Volatility Trader) The show captures the visceral thrill of trading hand-to-hand in the open outcry pits in Chicago. We profile how these two working-class guys became the business world’s least-likely tycoons. We follow them as they trade the ups-and-downs of the market with their own money. Colorful characters abound on all sides of these tight-knit but cut-throat environments. However, these masters of the free market may prove vulnerable as computers begin making the open-outcry obsolete. THE ONLINE BROKERAGE HOUSE: KRISTINE (CFO) TONY (options trader) This pioneering and edgy firm is the future of Wall Street. Cutting out the middle man and going right to a growing class of new private traders, Thinkorswim’s CFO, Kristi Ross, fights to keep the start-up growing and running smoothly while nearby Tony Battista trades his own money and shows people how they, too, can make it in the markets. However, when the credit crisis hit all the rules of the game change on them. 3.) THE HEDGE FUNDE: RICHARD The man with the money, Rich Taglianetti is a jet-setter who puts together some of the wealthiest clients on the planet with some of the best undiscovered hedge fund managers. With a knack for finding great Wall Street talent, he's the guy who makes the rich richer. 4.) THE STOCK BROKERS: PHILIP & KEN Philip and his brother, Ken, run their own brokerage firm located right on Wall Street. With great style and attitude, they try to capture high profile celebrity clients and keep them happy by growing their money in these turbulent times. When the markets begin to crash, things don’t go quite as planned.

Published: Saturday July 02, 2016 @ 19:51 EDT
Duration: 23.77 minutes
Views: 70,789
Likes: 302
Dislikes: 18
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.94

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 6 Season 3 "Between the Trades" [HD]


Description: "Between the Trades" is the sixth episode of Season 3 (the lost season!) of Wall Street Warriors – a 10-part Docu-Reality Series that was shot on Wall Street during the meltdown that lead to The Great Recession. Episode 1 starts with rumors of an impending crisis... by episode 10 there are near riots outside the New York Stock Exchange. Episode 6: Phil is confronted by a penny stock-pusher who berates Phil for not buying his stock when it was cheep. Phil's not falling for his sales ploy and turns the tables on him by threatening to short his tiny stock into oblivion. On the trading floor, Doug gives us a lesson in lip reading. A critical skill in the packed futures pit where the noise can be so deafening that you can miss a trade without it. Next, Kristi gives us the story of how she moved from a small Wisconsin town to the big city of Chicago and how she fell in love with Wall Street. Rich, in the Hamptons, sees his chance to get in the oil bubble slipping away and he makes a desperate call to get in on a Canadian oil deal. Later, in the outcry pit, we explore the wacky world of trader jackets. The loud colors aren't about style - they're about standing out in a large crowd, which can translate directly into money. In the end, we follow Phil home to have dinner with his family and we learn something about what makes this warrior of Wall Street tick. DRAMATIS PERSONAE: 1.) THE FLOOR TRADERS: DOUG (SPX Trader) BEN (Volatility Trader) The show captures the visceral thrill of trading hand-to-hand in the open outcry pits in Chicago. We profile how these two working-class guys became the business world’s least-likely tycoons. We follow them as they trade the ups-and-downs of the market with their own money. Colorful characters abound on all sides of these tight-knit but cut-throat environments. However, these masters of the free market may prove vulnerable as computers begin making the open-outcry obsolete. THE ONLINE BROKERAGE HOUSE: KRISTINE (CFO) TONY (options trader) This pioneering and edgy firm is the future of Wall Street. Cutting out the middle man and going right to a growing class of new private traders, Thinkorswim’s CFO, Kristi Ross, fights to keep the start-up growing and running smoothly while nearby Tony Battista trades his own money and shows people how they, too, can make it in the markets. However, when the credit crisis hit all the rules of the game change on them. 3.) THE HEDGE FUNDE: RICHARD The man with the money, Rich Taglianetti is a jet-setter who puts together some of the wealthiest clients on the planet with some of the best undiscovered hedge fund managers. With a knack for finding great Wall Street talent, he's the guy who makes the rich richer. 4.) THE STOCK BROKERS: PHILIP & KEN Philip and his brother, Ken, run their own brokerage firm located right on Wall Street. With great style and attitude, they try to capture high profile celebrity clients and keep them happy by growing their money in these turbulent times. When the markets begin to crash, things don’t go quite as planned.

Published: Sunday July 17, 2016 @ 16:51 EDT
Duration: 22.75 minutes
Views: 61,294
Likes: 273
Dislikes: 10
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.96

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 7 Season 3 "The Meltdown" [HD]


Description: "The Meltdown" is the seventh episode of Season 3 of Wall Street Warriors – a 10-part Docu-Reality Series that was shot on Wall Street during the meltdown that lead to The Great Recession. Episode 1 starts with rumors of an impending crisis... by episode 10 there are near riots outside the New York Stock Exchange. Episode 7 "The Meltdown" Markets are crashing, credit is drying up, panic sweeps over Wall Street and the world as major investment banks fail. We witness history as Tony finds himself caught in a near-riot when the government bailout causes angry crowds to turn their wrath on the financial district. In a nearby building, Phil and Ken are watching from above and feel trapped as the protestors surround the New York Stock Exchange. Meanwhile, in midtown, Hedge Funds are folding everywhere and Rich estimates 60% are going to go out of business. DRAMATIS PERSONAE: 1.) THE FLOOR TRADERS: DOUG (SPX Trader) BEN (Volatility Trader) The show captures the visceral thrill of trading hand-to-hand in the open outcry pits in Chicago. We profile how these two working-class guys became the business world’s least-likely tycoons. We follow them as they trade the ups-and-downs of the market with their own money. Colorful characters abound on all sides of these tight-knit but cut-throat environments. However, these masters of the free market may prove vulnerable as computers begin making the open-outcry obsolete. THE ONLINE BROKERAGE HOUSE: KRISTINE (CFO) TONY (options trader) This pioneering and edgy firm is the future of Wall Street. Cutting out the middle man and going right to a growing class of new private traders, Thinkorswim’s CFO, Kristi Ross, fights to keep the start-up growing and running smoothly while nearby Tony Battista trades his own money and shows people how they, too, can make it in the markets. However, when the credit crisis hit all the rules of the game change on them. 3.) THE HEDGE FUNDE: RICHARD The man with the money, Rich Taglianetti is a jet-setter who puts together some of the wealthiest clients on the planet with some of the best undiscovered hedge fund managers. With a knack for finding great Wall Street talent, he's the guy who makes the rich richer. 4.) THE STOCK BROKERS: PHILIP & KEN Philip and his brother, Ken, run their own brokerage firm located right on Wall Street. With great style and attitude, they try to capture high profile celebrity clients and keep them happy by growing their money in these turbulent times. When the markets begin to crash, things don’t go quite as planned.

Published: Monday August 08, 2016 @ 14:44 EDT
Duration: 23.50 minutes
Views: 61,590
Likes: 306
Dislikes: 11
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.96

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 8 Season 3 "The Fallout" [HD]


Description: "The Fallout" is the eigth episode of Season 3 of Wall Street Warriors – a 10-part Docu-Reality Series that was shot on Wall Street during the meltdown that lead to The Great Recession. Episode 1 starts with rumors of an impending crisis... by episode 10 there are near riots outside the New York Stock Exchange. "THE FALLOUT" Are we going into another depression? This is the great question on the trading floor as the market reaches new lows. In the panic stricken pits, Doug just tries to survive to trade another day without making any fatal mistakes. Later, he discusses the meaning of the election on the American economy with his trading buddies. Phil and his staff find themselves being blamed by their clients for the losses they are incurring. Moral is at an all-time low and Phil has to brow-beat his staff to keep fighting. At the same time, Kristi and her staff at the online brokerage house are also dealing with frightened investors who are desperate for advice on what to do in this bear market. There is only so much Kristi and the staff can do and the trade desk turns from trading to counseling their shell-shocked clientele. Rich Tag gets in a shouting argument with the beautiful venture capitalist from Russia, Natalia. She thinks Rich should send investment dollars into Gazprom, Russia's oil giant, Rich thinks this is insane as Russia is acting belligerently toward the USA. Later, Phil and Terek stay up late watching the election returns on TV. Also in this episode, the history of Chicago and finance is explored and traders argue over the character differences between New York to Chicago. Meanwhile, it's the 2008 election day and our characters wait to see who is going to win the presidency. DRAMATIS PERSONAE: 1.) THE FLOOR TRADERS: DOUG (SPX Trader) BEN (Volatility Trader) The show captures the visceral thrill of trading hand-to-hand in the open outcry pits in Chicago. We profile how these two working-class guys became the business world’s least-likely tycoons. We follow them as they trade the ups-and-downs of the market with their own money. Colorful characters abound on all sides of these tight-knit but cut-throat environments. However, these masters of the free market may prove vulnerable as computers begin making the open-outcry obsolete. THE ONLINE BROKERAGE HOUSE: KRISTINE (CFO) TONY (options trader) This pioneering and edgy firm is the future of Wall Street. Cutting out the middle man and going right to a growing class of new private traders, Thinkorswim’s CFO, Kristi Ross, fights to keep the start-up growing and running smoothly while nearby Tony Battista trades his own money and shows people how they, too, can make it in the markets. However, when the credit crisis hit all the rules of the game change on them. 3.) THE HEDGE FUNDE: RICHARD The man with the money, Rich Taglianetti is a jet-setter who puts together some of the wealthiest clients on the planet with some of the best undiscovered hedge fund managers. With a knack for finding great Wall Street talent, he's the guy who makes the rich richer. 4.) THE STOCK BROKERS: PHILIP & KEN Philip and his brother, Ken, run their own brokerage firm located right on Wall Street. With great style and attitude, they try to capture high profile celebrity clients and keep them happy by growing their money in these turbulent times. When the markets begin to crash, things don’t go quite as planned.

Published: Friday August 19, 2016 @ 22:56 EDT
Duration: 23.50 minutes
Views: 53,467
Likes: 237
Dislikes: 21
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.91

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 9 Season 3 "The Beatdown" [HD]


Description: "The Beatdown" is the ninth episode of Season 3 of Wall Street Warriors – a 10-part Docu-Reality Series that was shot on Wall Street during the meltdown that lead to The Great Recession. Episode 1 starts with rumors of an impending crisis... by episode 10 there are near riots outside the New York Stock Exchange. "THE BEATDOWN" Tony is seriously concerned over the fate of his trading account as 10 years of gains disappear in the market. He's so worried that his wife talks him into seeing a clairvoyant to get some advice about the future. Phil, meanwhile, is visiting a boxing gym where he tries to convince a few boxing champions to be his clients. It isn't long before he's thrown into the ring to test his metal. Next, Rich Tag interviews the head of a hedge fund that has an ingenious plan to profit from companies with bad patents. He likes the idea so much he takes it immediately to one of his wealthy investors, Mr. Fox. Fox gives him $10 million on the spot. In the open outcry pits, Doug talks about pit culture. We explore how, like high school, clicks develop; there are traders Doug likes and traders he can't stand. Also, we learn about all the wild pranks that go on on the floor and how the Chicago baseball rivalry between the Sox and the Cubs can divide the pit into opposing groups. DRAMATIS PERSONAE: 1.) THE FLOOR TRADERS: DOUG (SPX Trader) BEN (Volatility Trader) The show captures the visceral thrill of trading hand-to-hand in the open outcry pits in Chicago. We profile how these two working-class guys became the business world’s least-likely tycoons. We follow them as they trade the ups-and-downs of the market with their own money. Colorful characters abound on all sides of these tight-knit but cut-throat environments. However, these masters of the free market may prove vulnerable as computers begin making the open-outcry obsolete. THE ONLINE BROKERAGE HOUSE: KRISTINE (CFO) TONY (options trader) This pioneering and edgy firm is the future of Wall Street. Cutting out the middle man and going right to a growing class of new private traders, Thinkorswim’s CFO, Kristi Ross, fights to keep the start-up growing and running smoothly while nearby Tony Battista trades his own money and shows people how they, too, can make it in the markets. However, when the credit crisis hit all the rules of the game change on them. 3.) THE HEDGE FUNDE: RICHARD The man with the money, Rich Taglianetti is a jet-setter who puts together some of the wealthiest clients on the planet with some of the best undiscovered hedge fund managers. With a knack for finding great Wall Street talent, he's the guy who makes the rich richer. 4.) THE STOCK BROKERS: PHILIP & KEN Philip and his brother, Ken, run their own brokerage firm located right on Wall Street. With great style and attitude, they try to capture high profile celebrity clients and keep them happy by growing their money in these turbulent times. When the markets begin to crash, things don’t go quite as planned.

Published: Sunday September 25, 2016 @ 20:31 EDT
Duration: 23.42 minutes
Views: 53,294
Likes: 227
Dislikes: 5
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.98

Wall Street Warriors | Episode 10 Season 3 "The Final Bell" [HD]


Description: "The Final Bell" is the final episode of Season 3 of Wall Street Warriors – a 10-part Docu-Reality Series that was shot on Wall Street during the meltdown that lead to The Great Recession. "THE FINAL BELL" Episode 10 Desperation racks the minds of the floor traders as the markets pass 10-year lows and whispers of a new "depression" sweep over the crowd. Doug explains how this is a historic day and he has never seen anything like it before. The mania in the trading pits reaches such intensity that firms are throwing all their staff into the maelstrom. Meanwhile, Rich Tag has lunch with an uber-wealthy investor where they try to figure out what's going on in the market and how they can profit from it. Phil calls his brother, Ken, in Miami. They discuss what to do about this market and where to put their client's money. Next, we learn Phil's assistant, Beth, is quitting. It's a painful loss for Phil but there are no hard feelings as they part ways. Kristi and the staff at Thinkorswim are dealing with this dramatic market drop and panicked investors. Things are so bad that no one on Kristi's staff has had any time off in a long time. In the end, we do a season wrap-up with the whole cast as they discuss the victories and losses of this last dramatic year. They also try to see into their future and the future of Wall Street. DRAMATIS PERSONAE: 1.) THE FLOOR TRADERS: DOUG (SPX Trader) BEN (Volatility Trader) The show captures the visceral thrill of trading hand-to-hand in the open outcry pits in Chicago. We profile how these two working-class guys became the business world’s least-likely tycoons. We follow them as they trade the ups-and-downs of the market with their own money. Colorful characters abound on all sides of these tight-knit but cut-throat environments. However, these masters of the free market may prove vulnerable as computers begin making the open-outcry obsolete. THE ONLINE BROKERAGE HOUSE: KRISTINE (CFO) TONY (options trader) This pioneering and edgy firm is the future of Wall Street. Cutting out the middle man and going right to a growing class of new private traders, Thinkorswim’s CFO, Kristi Ross, fights to keep the start-up growing and running smoothly while nearby Tony Battista trades his own money and shows people how they, too, can make it in the markets. However, when the credit crisis hit all the rules of the game change on them. 3.) THE HEDGE FUNDE: RICHARD The man with the money, Rich Taglianetti is a jet-setter who puts together some of the wealthiest clients on the planet with some of the best undiscovered hedge fund managers. With a knack for finding great Wall Street talent, he's the guy who makes the rich richer. 4.) THE STOCK BROKERS: PHILIP & KEN Philip and his brother, Ken, run their own brokerage firm located right on Wall Street. With great style and attitude, they try to capture high profile celebrity clients and keep them happy by growing their money in these turbulent times. When the markets begin to crash, things don’t go quite as planned.

Published: Wednesday October 26, 2016 @ 13:59 EDT
Duration: 24.17 minutes
Views: 51,729
Likes: 332
Dislikes: 6
Favorite: 0
Rating: 99.98


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