'Arbitrage' review: rich jerk, poor call

'Arbitrage' review: rich jerk, poor call

New York City : NY : USA | Sep 13, 2012 at 12:32 PM PDT
Source: San Francisco Chronicle
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Arbitrage" means the simultaneous buying and selling of the same thing in the quest to make busloads of money. It is, apparently, among the high-wire financial techniques employed by the protagonist of this smooth but snooze-inducing antithriller, which features an exceedingly dapper Richard... FULL ARTICLE AT San Francisco Chronicle
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