Wall Street Warriors still might not have a home in the US, and millions of Russian died trying to prevent the spread of capitalism/democracy into their country, but now I’m seeing this purely capitalist TV show get biiiiiiig in Russia:
Category Archives: MOJO
December 28, 2008 at 9:00 am by Timothy Sykes
December 1, 2008 at 9:18 am by Timothy Sykes
Oh yes, WSW is gonna throw another shrimp on the barbie starting this Friday night on their SBS channel
November 4, 2008 at 8:30 am by Timothy Sykes
Following up on my newfound job as the only blogger to give a shit about WSW, starting with that season 3 casting call and the announcement that MOJO is going under on December 1st, now comes word that WSW’s badass producers Scott Gill & Sean Skelton are looking for a new network to air season 3.
October 11, 2008 at 8:45 am by Timothy Sykes
As reported in rarely read industry publications, MOJO, the hi-def TV network that launched me into the emails-at-all-hours-of-the-night-from-people-confused-about-the-stock-market-hedge-funds-penny-stocks-and-short-selling stratosphere when I was featured in season 1 of Wall Street Warriors, will be shutting down in a few weeks.
August 1, 2008 at 11:26 am by Timothy Sykes
Most downloaded reality show that is…at least according to THIS article, which says: Since its debut on iTunes on July 14, the full seasons of MOJO HD’s Wall Street Warriors, seasons #1 and #2, have been the number one and number two most downloaded TV series on iTunes in the reality TV category.
May 11, 2008 at 10:24 am by Timothy Sykes
Most reality shows gets tens to hundreds of thousands of applicants so the chances of actually getting picked are like the chances of me kissing and making up with the SEC aka slim to none. But not so in the joke that is the finance industry. Thanks to absurd, blatantly anti-American regulations (SEC take a bow) limiting freedom of speech, freedom of the press and basically everything to which we Americans take for granted, firms and industry insiders won’t allow video cameras—and even more dangerous a possible international audience—to view such XXX-rated evils like stock trading and brokers baiting and switching! Money-making is simply too scandalous to ever be allowed to go mainstream, the public just wouldn’t be able to … Continue reading
April 27, 2008 at 12:20 pm by Timothy Sykes
UPDATE: This post might be popular with Google, but it’s 1.5 years old…they filmed season 3 in late 2008, supposedly got some great footage of the whole financial crash, but no TV network seems willing to pick it up…sad really…you can watch the first 2 seasons on Hulu…my connection to the show: I starred in the first season and viewer feedback led me to create my publishing company because I realized how confused people were and how much bad trading information was out there, no wonder why 90%+ of traders lose $…so I created 45+ hours worth of gooooood information in these study guides and real-time trade alerts. Got a call yesterday from my old pal, Scott Gill, producer of … Continue reading
January 29, 2008 at 4:10 am by Timothy Sykes
TIM $13,871, Down $156 on the Day, Long 200 SOLF @ $17.70. Check out my review of WSW Season 2, Episode 1. Small loss today is a small price to pay for furthering my education. Sooooo many tiny stocks bouncing, the problem is most are actually bottoming/not up enough to short yet. Trading is so much more difficult than investing because you’re not just judging the company, you’re judging a company during infinite slices of time—most slices are unpredictable, only 1 out of every 1,000+ slices has the right variables to be worthy of your money.
January 22, 2008 at 8:06 am by Timothy Sykes
Perhaps it’s fitting that just as hi-def television network MOJO HD debuts their “MOJO Money Night”, a collection of three half-hour documentaries; Wall Street Warriors, Bobby G and Start-Up Junkies, which will be the first prime time slot dedicated to the finance industry when they debut this Thursday, January 24th, worldwide financial markets are crashing, providing the latest example of the infamous magazine cover contrary indicator. TV shows aren’t exactly magazine covers, but the point is that when the press gets to a story, it’s usually time to sell.
December 3, 2007 at 7:06 am by Timothy Sykes
In case you somehow still haven’t seen Wall Street Warriors on MOJO, you can now by individual episodes on Amazon Unbox for $2 each . Seems like a pretty good deal. Get excited.