MONROE PARKER SECURITIES
Monroe Parker Securities was a brokerage firm owned by Jordan Belfort's friend Alan Lipsky. In return for startup capital, the firm was required to pay Jordan millions of dollars in ‘loyalty fees’ and help Belfort manipulate stock prices.
Richard Dietl, better known to his friends as just “Bo”, was a private investigator and associate of Jordan Belfort. He provided information to Belfort regarding the then impending FBI and SEC investigation into him and his firm, Stratton Oakmont...
A mid-class prostitute was often considered by Jordan Belfort as a NASDAQ. These women were thought of as a step down from a Blue Chip. Belfort described NASDAQs as, “priced between three and five hundred dollars and [they] make you wear a condom unless you gave them a hefty tip...