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Henry, you're an operator; but do you know anything about the stock market?
Well, I know the stock market is money and emotion. There's hope when you start out, greed on the way up, fear on the way down. I know that, uh, the stock market is people... and if there's anything you can't sell people, I've yet to find out what it is. These people need a reason to...
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I think this film is a rough parody of the life of Tom Brown (Jame Garner) and Joe Roper of Tom Brown Drilling Inc.(TMBR/Sharp) of Midland, Texas.
The company never paid a dividend. They would buy the company stock when it was low and sell when high.
A lot of people do just that. But they flew the corporate jet to New York and convinced Wall Street investors to buy their company stock, which of course made the price increase. Brown and Roper then sold their stock!
Is this insider trading! I enjoyed watching this film.
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