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    has nothing to do with business", will be destroyed. That is exactly what happened to Jordan Belfort in The Wolf of Wall Street, a middle-class man who wanted to become rich by being a stock broker. He somehow found a way to reach his goal, but unfortunately lost his morals, family and…

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    America. On the other side, men such as Jordan Belfort who cheat the process and look for shortcuts to get to the top, end up falling to the bottom because they did not follow the proper ethics and looked to swindle the system. First off, Bill Gates shows positive ambition…

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    Jordan Belfort Tragic Hero

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    definition has transformed, modern tragic heroes still hold similar ideals. Additionally, this archetype does not have to be limited to literature. For example, infamous stockbroker, Jordan Belfort, is portrayed as a tragic hero in the highly stylized film, The Wolf of Wall Street. His character is based upon the real Jordan Belfort, who was arrested after cleverly creating an investment scam that made him millions of dollars.…

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    Informative Speech: Jordan Belfort 201303112 Jordan Belfort Introduction: In December 2013, “The Wolf of Wall Street” stayed at the top of the charts in the box office for multiple weeks and the Wolf has inspired teenagers and adults alike across the globe with his story. But, who is the wolf of Wall Street? In the 1990s, Jordan Belfort had a net worth of millions, but today he’s paying off millions of dollars worth of debt. I. Jordan is a stockbroker. A. 1) He is a fifty two year old American…

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    The Wolf of Wall Street may seem just as another ridiculous comedy film at first glance, however, as with art of all forms, it can be interpreted in drastically different ways. Although the film explicitly portrays how stockbrokers in Wall Street use manipulation to fill their own pockets, The Wolf of Wall Street splendidly conveys different “morals of the story” depending on the morality of the audience: “wolves” hunger for materialistic lifestyle are eager to become filthy rich like Jordan…

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    Jordan Belfort Case Study

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    After being charged with securities fraud, stock manipulation, money laundering, and other organized crime tactics (NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SECURITIES DEALERS, INC), Belfort was sentenced to 4 years in prison and a $110.4 million dollar fine. However, after pleading guilty to fraud and money laundering along with testifying against his fellow associates, Belfort was given a reduced sentence of 22 months in Taft Correctional Center where he later wrote his biography. Daniel Porush was also…

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    Jordan Belfort: My Hero

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    My hero is jordan belfort, or as people call him The Wolf of Wallstreet. Now, people may think that this a weird decision, but in my mind he definitely fits the profile of a hero. Jordan Belfort was a stockbroker during the 80s and 90s. During that time span he had racked up millions and millions of dollars, but it had been through a fraudulent manner. In his early life though when he wasn't as greedy later on in his life he made a small company of beef and fish, and made it into 2,300 kilograms…

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    of the 1990s, Jordan Belfort, played by Leonardo DiCaprio. The movie very much glamorized the life and crimes of Mr. Belfort by depicting his hedonistic brew of chasing women, doing drugs, and defrauding several investors out of millions of dollars. While it may seem like this was all too outlandish to be true, most of the scenes described were fairly accurate in illustrating Belfort’s nature. However, the movie did romanticize and exclude key elements of this infamous white collar crime. He…

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    The Fight with ISIS “All wars have unintended consequences. No matter how cautious generals and political leaders are, war sets in motion waves of change that can alter the currents of history” (Tirman 45). The United States involved itself in an ongoing conflict that has spanned from Crusades to the colonization by the European powers. When the United States pulled out of Iraq in December 2011, a splinter group of Al qaeda headed by Abu Musab al Zarqawi attacked major Shia communities to…

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    Israel & Palestine Conflict It is interesting to think that such that the modern conflict, like the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, started almost hundred years ago in the heart of both eastern and western Europe. Today Jewish nationalism is now known as Zionism, its origins stem from the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. There are many political and social actions that created a foundation for Zionism. Most notably three stand out the most, the first being Dreyfus Affair of 1894, secondly the…

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