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27260384 No.27260384 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

How accurate was this movie with its portrayal of economics? The most important take away I got was that most industries are a bubble waiting to pop.

>> No.27261346

>First mistake we ever made was letting Nixon get off the gold standard.
>Bulls make money, bears make money, pigs get slaughtered.
>Greed is good.
pretty based movie

>> No.27261431

oh i just realized that's the sequel, watch the original faggot

>> No.27261674

the entire finance world is a debt bubble waiting to pop

>> No.27261970
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>Biggest bubble ever? The Cambrian Paleozoic phase with the primordial soup. They never fuckin' saw it comin'. .

>> No.27262655

Short haired women literally look like young boys....ewww

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>> No.27263042

>Money Never Sneeds

>> No.27263166

I saw the first one and I enjoyed it. Is the sequel good too?

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>> No.27263428

>How accurate was this movie with its portrayal of economics?

Good enough.

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