Charles Payne is a Fox Business Network contributor and CEO of Wall Street Strategies, an independent stock market research firm.
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Morrie: I've been looking all over for you
Jimmy: How are you? Merry Christmas
Morrie: Listen, I need the money
Jimmy: Morrie, relax, okay? It's Christmas - "Jimmy, I need the money"
Morrie: I'm relaxing, I need the money
Morrie (to Henry): I did what I had to do. I need the money
Henry: Not tonight, Morrie
Morrie: Listen, I did my caper. He owes me. Everybody's flashing the stuff
Scene from "Goodfellas"
Based on true events, "Goodfellas" is one of the best gangster flicks in history. There's one character, Morrie Kessler, who gets insider details that lead to the biggest heist in the history of
There are several morals to the story, including the fact that most robberies with lots of participants (read: more than one person) are eventually found out. Another cautionary tale is about running with the wrong crowd and going for the easy money. That brings us to three big news events this week. Two are huge bank robberies and the other is possibly individual investors warming up to the stock market.
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