“If you read the newspapers, sometimes it feels like it could happen again, and from where I sit, that’s just not true,” Eisman told .
“The regulators learned the hard way they were wrong, and they’ve done a lot to correct a lot of the problems.
Regarding the ominous last frame of the film before the credits, which reads, “Michael Burry is focusing all of his trading on one commodity: Water,” Burry says his position is not as foreboding as it sounds. “That is, grow food in water-rich areas and transport it for sale in water-poor areas.
The banking system probably hasn’t been this safe in my lifetime.” Eisman also says that while he respects Carell’s portrayal, it’s not 100 percent accurate: “Eliminate my sense of humor and make me angry all the time, and that’s the portrayal.” As he is portrayed in the film, Lippmann was a top trader at Deutsche Bank but left to start his own hedge fund, Libre Max Capital, in 2010, where he works as its Chief Investment Officer.
According to Bloomberg, the fund is focused on “a range of complex debt securities,” and has reportedly been profitable since its inception. No word on what he thinks of Gosling’s performance – or that permed.
But when Chloe is injured by an elderly babysitter who has slipped into dementia, Linda wants to ensure that her child is never hurt again.
Initially, Heather, the new babysitter, seems like the ideal addition to this practically perfect family.