Martin Scorsese’s new movie “The Wolf of Wall Street” raises a question: Will Jordan Belfort ever be forced to repay his victims? Senior editor Jack Hough previews the latest issue of Barron’s Magazine. Photo: Paramount Pictures
Barron’s Buzz: Good Film, Bad Wolf

Source: Barron’s

Category: Film, Weekend

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One Response to “Good Film, Bad Wolf: Barron’s Cover Film Review”

  1. Nojo says:

    Excellent question. For me, this whole film compared to the underlying drama seems indecent.

    It’s like if in 20 years from now, Wall Street was cheering Madoff.

    What is the most important component of the investment process?

    The investor or the advisor?

    Answer: The most important component can live without the other.