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Wall Street Warriors Season 2

3.5 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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Welcome back to Wall Street, the land of raging bulls and hungry bears, where winners wheel and deal and losers crash and burn. Witness the extreme power and intense competition that defines Wall Street through the eyes of those who thrive there - from seasoned veterans and established traders to ambitious newbies fresh out of school - in an all new season.After the closing bell, follow these six players as they are jetted off to their second homes in the Hamptons and to weekend vacations in fabulous destinations. But don?t be fooled by the mansion parties and luxurious vacation activities- for these Wall Street Warriors, the networking never stops. Get an inside look at the fast-paced lives and take-no-prisoners attitudes of MOJO?s Wall Street Warriors, Season 2.

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  • Actors: Wall Street Warriors
  • Directors: na
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: In Demand/MOJO
  • DVD Release Date: August 12, 2008
  • Run Time: 255 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001BP4K36
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #171,273 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By James Duff on July 14, 2008
Format: DVD
My girlfriend and I watched both season 1 and season 2 on MOJO and enjoyed them immensely, but we both agree that season 2 was better. The best change was that this season followed the same six people in every episode. The audience really gets to know each person and ends up rooting for them as the market rises and then dramatically falls from the start of the series to the end. Every character allows us into their lives as shows us that they are real people struggling to make it on Wall Street. The credit crisis hits half way through the season and we see the backlash in the show. Jim and Lance, the stockbrokers, get taken on a wild roller-coaster ride and Larry, the floor trader, loses almost $1,000,000 in one afternoon! You hear stories about this stuff, but to see it on film is amazing. I highly recommend checking it out. You won't be disappointed.
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A small part of Wall Street Warriors (Season 2) features SMB Capital. The SMB Training website reveals that "SMB is a division of T3 Trading Group, LLC, a CBSX broker dealer." I will use T3 Trading Group’s financial statements to reveal how T3 Trading really works.

The T3 Trading Group Annual Report (Form X-17A-5) can be downloaded from Edgar on the SEC website. In 2012, 99.89 percent of T3 Trading's revenues came from the monthly fees and the trading fees its proprietary traders paid to the company ($15,106,432). Only 0.106 percent of T3 Trading's revenues came from its share of the trading profits ($16,082). T3 Trading charges its traders for every share they trade. Traders are discouraged from trading a low number of shares per trade even if their trades lose a lot of money and even if they are placing the same number of trades.

T3 Trading charged each of my co-workers about $1,000 a month in trading fees. The $1,000 a month does not include the losses from the trades. On some days traders were profitable, but on most days they were not. Many traders are also charged several monthly fees. Total monthly fees can be as low as $120 a month. After one month at T3 Trading, one unprofitable trader was allowed to double the number of shares he traded ($2,000 a month in trading fees). Some traders may have trading profits that will offset some of the trading fees (and monthly fees). My manager told us on several occasions that many traders deposit additional money when the fees and the trading losses deplete their initial $7,500 capital contribution.

Turnover at T3 Trading is high. The Linked In website profile of CEO Sean Hendelman reveals that T3 Trading has more than 400 proprietary trading jobs.
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The good thing about this series in both seasons is that it shows the degree of pressure and competition on wall street. You see the all nighters, the huge money on the line, and some of the resulting losses along with some winning highs. The variety of "characters" are a mixed bag. I felt "the rookie" was extremely weak in that she seemed to float on an undefined or lacking desire. She offered a huge contrast to the other go getting doers on the show. While I liked the sales brokers as entertainment, they blew me away with the constant sale and buildup of a single major stock position, without any regard for the price action of the stock. As a trader it just seemed unscrupulous like a boiler room gig even though the stock was a real company. I enjoyed aspects of the other characters, but i wish they had focused more on the intricacies of the work each person was doing. Like all reality tv, too much time is spent with flashy ferraris and after hours parties. No depth was added, and the focus of the show was weakened. All in all I enjoyed this about as much as shark tank or similar fare. More could have been done, but a glimpse into a higher performing capitalist life and all the work and pain and excitement involved is rare in today's anti-capitalist world. And for that I really recommend it.
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The Fund Manager, I think his name is Brett, gave me the creeps when he showed up to pitch the Whale to invest in his fund. I can't imagine any sophisticated multi-millionaire would invest a cent with a guy who wears Culottes. The other two guys who are promoting one stock was laughable and I wouldn't be surprised if either of those guys were bartenders or car salesmen right not. I know watching speculators is more sexy for the reality show, but it is not investing.
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I didn't like this season. I watched the first season and simply loved it. This season is just badly constructed. The interviews with the people are too short, there is too much switching, they rarely manage to interview them with questions on the subject of their job, way too much time is spent by filming their cars and parties and hobbies, ...

All of this would not have been a problem for me, if there was just some more time spent talking about their job, the way they make money. I had the strange feeling the makers of this season weren't interested in that at all, but more in making a glittering show. This is just my impression after viewing this season. Too bad, because the people interviewed weren't boring at all and I think the makers could have easily gotten more information out of them.

I have given this season a 1 star rating for showing me how things are looking inside the world of asset management. I simply couldn't get more out of this dvd.
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