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

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.

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Floored

2009 NR 77 minutes

movies.netflix.com/WiMovie/Floored/70139392?trkid=496624

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.

 

Cast:

Jon Najarian, Pete Najarian, Rick Santelli

Director:

James Allen Smith

Genres:

Documentaries, Biographical Documentaries, Social & Cultural Documentaries

This movie is:

Cerebral

Availability:

Streaming

lmcmahon04 and Kyle Pearce faved this
  • bcanepa_photos 4y

    Oh yeah, this is how I wanted to start my day! :)
  • lamoustique 4y

    I hope mine is still alive in two years.
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    Seen in my contacts' photos. ( ?² )
  • Jerry Kirkhart 4y

    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.
  • Elizabeth Haslam 4y

    Too scary for me.
  • Anita Ritenour 4y

    oh the irony.......a netflix movie
  • docentjoyce 4y

    What's a 401k?
  • Dagmar Collins 4y

    Yeah, I like to gamble.
  • Mike Baird 2y

    Creative Commons use note 06 Nov 2013.
    Q: AHidas aka
    Andrew Hidas 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 www.andrewhidas.com, 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
    Here is your 401(k) - here today gone tomorrow by mikebaird
  • Jean Mauger 1y

    That the best way to try your luck.
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