Wall Street

Wall Street quotes

83 total quotes (ID: 620)

Bud Fox (Charlie Sheen)
Carl Fox (Martin Sheen)
Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas)
Lou Mannheim (Hal Holbrook)
Marv (John C. McGinley)
Panos Marsala (Yanni Sfinias)
Roger Barnes (James Spader)
Sir Larry Wildman (Terence Stamp)

Kid, you're on a roll. Enjoy it while it lasts, 'cause it never does.

So the falcon's heard the falconer, huh?

Now, listen, Jerry, I'm looking for negative control. Okay? No more than 30, 35 percent. Just enough to block anybody else's merger plans and find out from the inside if the books are cooked. If it looks as good as on paper, we're in the kill zone, pal. Lock and load.

Showdowns bore me, Larry. Nobody wins. You can have the company. In fact, it's gonna be fun watching you and your giant ego try and make a horse race out of it.

Money never sleeps, pal. Just made 800,000 Hong Kong Gold, it's been wired to ya. Play with it. You done good, but you gotta keep doing good. I Showed you how the game works, now school's out.

I loved it at 40, it's an insult at 50. They're analysts, they don't know preferred stock from livestock, alright? When it hits south, we raise the sperm count on the deal.

And if you need a friend, get a dog. It's trench warfare out there pal.

Stop going for the easy buck and start producing something with your life. Create, instead of living off the buying and selling of others.

Hope you're Intelligent.

Good Carolyn, Doing any better would be a sin.

It's not a question of enough, pal. It's a Zero Sum game - somebody wins, somebody loses. Money itself isn't lost or made, it's simply transferred - from one perception to another. Like magic.

Having sex with her was like reading the Wall Street Journal.

Boy, we sure took a bath on that ugly b#*@!

Every battle is won before it's ever fought. Think about it.

You work hard? I'll bet you stayed up all night analyzing that dogshit stock you gave me, huh? where'd it get you? My father, he worked like an elephant pushing electrical supplies and he dropped dead at 49 with a heart attack and tax bills.