The Martin Scorcese movie brought out many things about stock markets: issues of herding, momentum and information cascades that drive bull runs
Leonardo DiCaprio has won the Golden Globe for best actor in a comedy or musical for "The Wolf of Wall Street."
While The Wolf of Wall Street it is all mostly impressive, it is never immersive.
It's fast becoming one of the most divisive films to be made in Hollywood. Some have loved Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street, based on the real life experiences of motivational speaker and former stock broker Jordan Belfort.
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio, who plays a stockbroker convicted of fraud in "The Wolf of Wall Street", says that the film does not promote crime.
Check out DiCaprio's rogue stockbroker act in the trailer of The Wolf of Wall Street.