Bulls & Bears (1998) Review

A documentary spanning 10 months of futures trading by Australian traders in and out of the Australian trading pits.

  • Editor Rating

  • Rated 2.5 stars
  • OK
  • 4/5 Avg. User Rating

  • Rated 4 stars
  • 1 Review

  • Bulls & Bears (1998)
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  • Last modified: October 23, 2014
  • Education
    Editor: 50%
    User: 87%
  • Entertainment
    Editor: 50%
    User: 100%
  • Value
    Editor: 50%
    User: 50%

Review Summary:

Great documentary where you can look at and experience how one of the best traders in Australia was trading back in 1998. Also includes less well known traders.

As a futures trader, it’s hard to explain to everyone that you’re just a glorified gambler. It’s definitely not a job for everyone. I’ve only traded for a few years full-time (electronically) and this documentary proves that while some things about the game will change, many will forever be the same. Also featuring one of the greatest traders to ever hit Australian soil, John “Rambo” Moulton.

Bulls & Bears
Director: Steve Best
52 minute FFC / ABC Accord Documentary 1998

There is no part 3 to be found. But only the last few minutes are missing.

User Reviews

  1. myotcwat

    • Education
      87%
    • Entertainment
      100%
    • Value
      50%
    • Rated 4 stars

    These futures traders are living the good life. The most interesting person interviewed here is John Moulton. Probably the greatest trader from Australia and still around to enjoy all the profit he made. And if you don’t admire his trading, you can certainly admire his amazing mustache. That thing is wild and impressive.

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