Here is your 401(k) - here today gone tomorrow

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    Here is your 401(k) - here today gone tomorrow.
    Screen shot from the film "Floored" 2009 documentary. Highly recommended viewing.
    Female Upstairs Trader depicted.
    "Floor trading is dead - everything is electronic today."
    [Note: not my copyright]. For editorial use only.
    2009 NR 77 minutes
    Experience the intense pressure, pandemonium and excitement of Chicago's commodities exchange floors in this documentary that profiles several old-school traders as they struggle to adapt and prosper in the new era of electronic transactions. Offering viewers insight into an often-neglected sector of the U.S. financial system, director James Allen Smith's poignant story delves into each subject's struggle with personal demons.

    Jon Najarian, Pete Najarian, Rick Santelli
    James Allen Smith
    Documentaries, Biographical Documentaries, Social & Cultural Documentaries
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    1. bcanepa_photos 40 months ago | reply

      Oh yeah, this is how I wanted to start my day! :)

    2. lamoustique 40 months ago | reply

      I hope mine is still alive in two years.
      Seen in my contacts' photos. ( ?² )

    3. jkirkhart35 40 months ago | reply

      You better go for the long haul on these types of charts, and hope for a gradual steady climb. You are so on top of all of this, Mike. What a different and neat photo.

    4. Elizabeth Haslam 40 months ago | reply

      Too scary for me.

    5. puliarf 40 months ago | reply

      oh the irony.......a netflix movie

    6. docentjoyce 40 months ago | reply

      What's a 401k?

    7. -Dagmar- 40 months ago | reply

      Yeah, I like to gamble.

    8. mikebaird 16 months ago | reply

      Creative Commons use note 06 Nov 2013.
      Q: AHidas aka On 6 Nov 13, 8.25PM PST AHidas said:
      Hi Mike, Just a note to let you know I used your foto/screen shot on my blog at, along with attribution and a link to your Flickr photostream. Just go to my home page and it's the second entry, dated Nov. 2. Many thanks! Andrew Hidas Santa Rosa, CA A: Thanks for the use note.
      I always liked that image

    9. nettv5 11 months ago | reply

      That the best way to try your luck.

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