This episode of Wall Street Warriors follows the latest exploits of Timothy Sykes (The Start-up), Sandra Navidi (The Deal Maker), Parker Quillen (The Portfolio Manager).
From the website: As Sandra works on closing a $500 million deal, a looming deadline may throw a wrench in her plans. Tim enjoys the commute from his bedroom to his living room, where he runs a successful hedge fund. Bob teaches about Wall Street practices in the pre-technology age, and Guy explains the necessity of getting in synch with the market’s rhythms.
-Scalping: A trading strategy that tries to make profits on small price moves
-Specialists: Work on the floor of the Stock Exchange. If someone wants to sell a stock and there are no buyers present, specialists must buy according to federal law
-Black Monday: The day of the stock market crash on October 19, 1987. On this day, specialists had to buy up the stocks that were rapidly sold, even if it meant borrowing money against their insurance policies or triple mortgaging their homes
-Managers: Individuals on Wall Street who decide which securities to buy and sell
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