In the setting of the Toronto-based investment house, Gardner/Ross, Traders explores the intimate lives and loves, the mystique and monetary machinations of investment bankers whose ... See full summary »

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Sonja Smits ...
 Sally Ross (83 episodes, 1996-2000)
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 Adam Cunningham (83 episodes, 1996-2000)
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 Marty Stephens (83 episodes, 1996-2000)
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 Chris Todson (77 episodes, 1996-2000)
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 Grant Jansky (73 episodes, 1996-2000)
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 Ziggy McLeod (64 episodes, 1996-2000)
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 Jack Larkin (52 episodes, 1996-1998)
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 Donald D'Arby (48 episodes, 1996-1998)
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 Ann Krywarik (41 episodes, 1996-1998)
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 Niko Bach (35 episodes, 1998-2000)
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In the setting of the Toronto-based investment house, Gardner/Ross, Traders explores the intimate lives and loves, the mystique and monetary machinations of investment bankers whose high-stakes decisions and sizzling alliances can have grave international consequences. Written by Cale McCallum <calem@compmore.net>

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It's A Tough Road To Easy Street.

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3 September 1996 (USA)  »

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I love this show
4 September 1999 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

There are two levels on which you can enjoy Traders. The first is very simple and it is the reason Traders can be seen in more than 60 countries - this is a great show. The characters are real and flushed out, the action is intense, and if you like finance (as I do) that aspect is gripping. Anyone can appreciate this show based on that alone.

However there is one extra treat that Canadians have in watching this show. Traders takes great pleasure in being Canadian, and deals with it in a truly wry manner. Only Canadians will understand many of these breif references but they make the show sing like a fine wine.

For example, in one episode Adam is going to meet his girlfriend/political hack. She is talking to a blond haired man. She asks him, "Can we talk you into coming back into the game." He responds, "Absolutely not." he smiles and walks away. She meets and talks with Adam. What made that all wonderful was that the blond haired man was recently defeated Ontario Premier Bob Rae.

There is so much texture to this show that you can't help but be transfixed. Check it out.


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