The wolves of Wall Street a new breed in today's finance sector

Leonardo DiCaprio in "The Wolf of Wall St."

(Credit: Mary Cybulski)

"The Wolf of Wall Street" depicts a boiler-room culture in which brokers bilk customers of hundreds of millions of dollars and then launder their ill-gotten gains to buy mansions, Ferraris, yachts, personal aircraft, hookers and pharmacopoeias of recreational drugs.

Leonardo DiCaprio, who plays the pathologically corrupt rogue trader Jordan Belfort in the film, said in a Manhattan...

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