The 7 Best Stock Market Movies of All Time

Look no further if you're looking for the best stock market movies. We've compiled a list of the seven best films based on critical acclaim and box office performance.

Whether you're a casual movie-goer or a film buff, we know you'll love our list. So sit back, relax, and prepare to be entertained by some of the greatest films ever made.

Although the subprime mortgage caused the financial crisis, the filmmaker decided to focus on the stock market and the various players who predicted the fall, along with folks who were able to benefit from this crisis. 

The Big Short (2015)

It tells the story of a young stockbroker who doesn't understand this world. Of course, the main character is ambitious, as anyone might be if interested in the stock market. 

Wall Street (1987)

Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd star in one of the most hysterical movies about the stock market. The film touches on everything, from stereotypes about race to rich people, poor people, and everything. 

Trading Places (1983)

This movie highlights how greedy and ambitious a person can be. The film is based on a real person named Jordan Belfort, who went to jail for 22 months because of what took place in this film. 

The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

While the film doesn't talk too much about finances and stocks, it tries to highlight other horrors of this world. It highlights how disconnected some of these folks become after becoming rich playing the stock market. 

American Psycho (2000)

This film warns the viewer, especially anyone attempting to become a stock investor, to stay away from companies that aren't transparent. It tries to tell the viewer that it's better to stick with a reliable company with good fundamentals and attempt to do right by those involved.

Boiler Room (2000)

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