Essay on Wallstreet: Money Never Sleeps

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Austriaco, Jezelle J

BSBA 4-1

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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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Therefore, it seems only fitting that the sequel shows the consequences of that same corporate greed within today's struggling economy.

As some of you can tell by now, I did like this movie a lot. In fact, I thought Michael Douglas and Shia LaBeouf worked extremely well together. Although if I had some major gripes about this movie, that I'm sure casual viewers won't notice, but they're worth noting. One, being the relationship between Jacob and Gordon, as it comes off being too eerily similar to the relationship between Bud Fox and Gordon Gekko's relationship in the last movie. Sure, there's a few scenario changes here and there regarding the factor of Gordon's daughter being involved, and how the evil corporate prick is actually Bretton James this time around, but it still feels eerily similar. Although I will admit, Josh plays a pretty good jerk.

Another problem I had was the reappearance and explanation of what happened to Bud Fox from the last movie. Don't get me wrong, I understand with this being a sequel, they wanted to put some closure towards that character, but I preferred the mystery. If anything, the self proposed new closure to