The Wolf of Wall Street-Review

The Wolf of Wall Street

Jordan Ross Belfort is an American author, motivational speaker, and former stock broker. In 1999, he pleaded guilty to fraud and related crimes in connection with stock-market manipulation and running a boiler room as part of a penny-stock scam. Belfort spent 22 months in prison as part of an agreement under which he gave testimony against numerous partners and subordinates in his fraud scheme. He published the memoir The wolf of Wall Street, which was adapted into a film and released in 2013. In addition to The Wolf of Wall Street , there is sequel to this book “Catching of Wolf of Wall Street”

This book  was in TBR for long time and finally got a chance to read . An amazing read and totally worth it.  After a long time i have read a book which made feel totally worth the time and money spent on the book. The book was so exciting and got me curious to know what happened next. Such incredible and compelling story of greed and money. The one thing that amazed me about this book was the how the book was raw and written with brutal honesty and frankness. I am looking forward to read book like more often and I am still in hangover even hours after finished reading the book. Such is the impact after reading the book

The book “The wolf of wall street” was written by the man himself Jordan Belfort. He was known as the wolf of wall street. The book is a memoir of how he minted money in millions actually in excess by the day and how he would spend on drugs, strippers and hard partying. He was initially married to Denise who he divorced few years later. Subsequently married Nadine with whom he has 2 children.  He never was bothered about anyone and in fact he was at the top of his game at the early age. He owned stockbroker firm and rightly motivated his firm employees to do the best sales in wall street. He was master in art of sales and persuasion . He rain the firm for over a period of 5 years. Post that he was running the the firm for few more years behind the scenes, due to an agreement with the SEC But the greed over money and obsession with drug took over everything leading to his downfall. Due to his obsessive drug addict, he also got involved in domestic violence against his wife which ruined his personal life even further. He was forced to get into a rehab and become sober by his wife. But eventually the  FBI agent Agent Coleman cracked the case against Belfort and filed him for money laundering and many close associates involved with him were also arrested and convicted


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