John Simpson is a broker who always puts the interests of his clients as his first consideration when recommending an investment. He specializes in safe, conservative investments. John is engaged in a constant battle with the Branch Manager because the manager wants him to increase his commissions at his client's expense. But John will t bend his principle of putting the client's interests first. Despite the obstacles, he becomes a top-producing broker. Joe Dunigan is a broker that believes that commissions always come first. He does whatever is needed to maximize commissions, without regard for the best interests of the client. He likes to trade high-risk investments such as options because it generates more commissions. A dramatic change in his life forces him to reconsider his investment philosophy. Mike Rabivitz is the Branch Manager. His only interest is the bottom line, or branch profitability. He does t seem to care about the interests of the clients or the interests of the brokers. He constantly puts pressure on the brokers to increase commissions. As a result, he has a high turver rate among the brokers. His disregard for the interests of the clients and the brokers eventually gets him in trouble.