Millenial Misfits Out to Destroy the Economy

Millenial Misfits Out to Destroy the Economy

Eat the Wealthy Netflix has put out the GameStop Saga trailer. The trailer is a Story Syndicate and The Wall Street Journal Studios production.

Dan Cogan and Liz Garbus, who have won Emmy and Academy Awards, along with Jon Bardin, Julie Gaither, and Jack Youngelson, are the show’s executive producers. Theo Love is in charge of the show.

The official summary of the series says, “A group of amateur traders comes up with a bold plan to get rich quickly and mess up the stock market. But can they beat Wall Street at what Wall Street does best?”

In a viral David vs. Goliath story for the 21st century, this funny documentary series follows a group of misfit millennials who came together online to save their beloved GameStop from the hands of Wall Street bigwigs.

Eat the Rich The GameStop Saga

The documentary series shows the crazy journey of a group of outcasts who got together online to save GameStop, a company they loved as kids. Together on Reddit, TikTok, and Discord, they took advantage of a new way to invest with their thumbs to stop Wall Street’s cynical plan to destroy the company.

By sending their shares “to the moon,” these millennials thought they could finally get back at the man. But can “the little guy” ever beat Wall Street for real? As a result, there was a market frenzy that put a lot of amateur traders against bigwigs at hedge funds. This became a David vs. Goliath story that went viral and will last forever.

Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga is a funny look at the unlikely group of people who caused the latest big change in how the world’s money works. The author had exclusive access to key members of Reddit’s “wallstreetbets” community, which helped fuel the “short burn” movement, as well as to regular people who jumped on the GameStop bandwagon and big names in the financial world.

During the pandemic, a lot of people tried their luck on the stock market, but they didn’t know enough about it. They found online forums and subreddits that helped them connect with each other. That’s where the saying “Stealing from the rich and giving to the poor” comes from. When GameStop stocks went up high on the charts, everyone was shocked.

“There’s something bigger going on here; let’s find out what it is” Netflix has released the official trailer for Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga, a documentary miniseries that will start later this month. It is about the GameStop crypto mess and the Reddit users who tried to take over the stock. Once again, there will be two competing documentary series. HBO’s Gaming Wall Street came out earlier this year, and now Netflix is getting ready to release its own documentary series about this GameStop mess. (Paramount also made a documentary about this.) A look at the different levels of mystery, from the supercharged power of online communities to the way trading has become more like a game. The movie was made by Dan Cogan, Liz Garbus, and Theo Love, all of whom have won Academy Awards. In an epic, viral David vs. Goliath story for the 21st century, this funny documentary series follows a group of young people who came together online to save their favorite store, GameStop, from the hands of Wall Street bigwigs. I’m all for this story about these Reddit nerds, but they’ve turned it into such cheesy entertainment that it almost doesn’t seem that interesting anymore. Have a look.

Eat the Rich The GameStop Saga
Eat the Rich The GameStop Saga

This lively and funny documentary series shows how a group of outcasts came together online to save GameStop, a company they loved as kids. Together on Reddit, TikTok, and Discord, they took advantage of a new way to invest with their thumbs to stop Wall Street’s cynical plan to destroy the company. By sending their shares “to the moon,” these millennials thought they could finally get back at the man. But can “the little guy” ever beat Wall Street for real? As a result, there was a market frenzy that put a lot of amateur traders against bigwigs at hedge funds. This became a David vs. Goliath story that went viral and will last forever. With exclusive access to key members of Reddit’s wallstreetbets community who fueled the short burn movement, as well as regular people who jumped on the GameStop train and big names in the financial world, Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga gives a funny look at the unlikely group of people who brought about the new seismic shift in how the world’s money acts.

Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga is a documentary series on Netflix. It was made by Story Syndicate and The Wall Street Journal Studios. Dan Cogan, Liz Garbus, Jon Bardin, Julie Gaither, and Jack Youngelson are some of the show’s executive producers. The award-winning documentary filmmaker Theo Love is in charge of the miniseries. He has also made the films Little Hope Was Arson, The Legend of Cocaine Island, and Alabama Snake, among other documentaries. This Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga miniseries will be available to stream on Netflix beginning September 28, 2022. Who would want to watch this?

Dan Cogan and Liz Garbus, who have won both Emmy and Academy Awards as filmmakers, are in charge of this funny and lively documentary series about a group of outcasts who came together online to save GameStop, a company they loved as kids. Together on Reddit, TikTok, and Discord, they took advantage of a new way to invest with their thumbs to stop Wall Street’s cynical plan to destroy the company. By sending their shares “to the moon,” these millennials thought they could finally get back at the man. But can “the little guy” ever beat Wall Street for real? As a result, there was a market frenzy that put a lot of amateur traders against bigwigs at hedge funds. This became a David vs. Goliath story that went viral and will last forever.

With exclusive access to key members of Reddit’s wallstreetbets community who fueled the short burn movement, as well as regular people who hitched their wagon to the GameStop train and big names in the financial world, Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga gives a funny look at the unlikely group of people who caused the latest big change in how money works around the world.

The documentary series follows a ragtag group of millennials who are involved in the Wallstreetbets Reddit forum, an online economic force and social justice movement that drove up the price of GameStop’s stock to get back at Wall Street hedge funds that had shorted the stock. This short squeeze cost hedge funds an incredible $19.75 billion in January 2021 alone. As a result of the loss, trading platforms stopped letting people buy GameStop and other companies’ stocks. Netflix called it a “viral David vs. Goliath story for the 21st century.”

The trailer has interviews with people from r/Wallstreetbets as well as parts of an interview with a hedge fund worker and Jim Cramer, a TV personality who talks about stock trading. Even though Elon Musk wasn’t interviewed, the trailer talked about his tweets about the subject and what they meant. It looks like the show will look at both the human and economic parts of the story as well as the online meme culture that surrounded the event. Instead of making a full-length movie, the creators have decided to make a TV miniseries.

In addition to the interviews shown in the trailer, the show will include interviews with top economists, politicians, law enforcement, investors, “finfluencers,” and the people who built the modern financial system. Love said that even though the real-world financial parts of the story are more serious, he wanted this documentary series to have a light, funny tone. Just based on the people who made this documentary, Netflix users should be excited about it.

Both together and on their own, Cogan and Garbus have won a number of awards for the work they have done. In his 25 years of making movies, Cogan has made several documentaries that have won Academy Awards and three Emmy Awards. Garbus has been a producer and director for more than twenty years and has won two Emmy Awards and been nominated for two Academy Awards. Eat The Rich: The GameStop Saga will be made by their company, Story Syndicate, which they both own.

Love is also an experienced director who has been making and directing documentaries for the past fifteen years. Given how important the subject is to history and how good the film crew is, this much-anticipated documentary should be one to remember.

My crew and I had the chance to talk to some of the best economists, lawmakers, law enforcement, investors, fin-fluncers, and architects of our modern financial system. The online investing community was a treasure trove of interesting people who had bet big on the short squeeze. – Theo Love is the director

“We live for stories with high stakes, memorable characters, and something to say about the world we live in. The GameStop story has everything. – Story Syndicate’s Head Producer Dan Cogan

Dan Cogan and Liz Garbus, who have won both Emmy and Academy Awards as filmmakers, are in charge of this funny and lively documentary series about a group of outcasts who came together online to save GameStop, a company they loved as kids. Together on Reddit, TikTok, and Discord, they took advantage of a new way to invest with their thumbs to stop Wall Street’s cynical plan to destroy the company. By sending their shares “to the moon,” these millennials thought they could finally get back at the man. But can “the little guy” ever beat Wall Street for real? As a result, there was a market frenzy that put a lot of amateur traders against bigwigs at hedge funds. This became a David vs. Goliath story that went viral and will last forever. With exclusive access to key members of Reddit’s wallstreetbets community who fueled the short burn movement, as well as regular people who hitched their wagon to the GameStop train and big names in the financial world, Eat the Rich: The GameStop Saga gives a funny look at the unlikely group of people who caused the latest big change in how money works around the world.

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