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 ManagerThe Deal MakerThe Day TraderThe AnalystThe Fund ManagerOver 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 companyHEDGE FUNDS aggressively managed portfolios for small groups of wealthy clientsSANDY: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. - Finance - 120MrCanada

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

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

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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.

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