A very short James Bond spoof. We Never completed the entire film, initially this is just the intro.
Watch this behind the scenes clip from Quantum of Solace. In theaters November 7th, 2008.
Daniel Craig reprises his role as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures/Columbia Pictures release of EON Productions' 22nd adventure in the longest-running film franchise in motion picture history.
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I noticed a strange figure in a James Bond movie
This is a display of James Bond as a kid. We all knew he would one day grow up to be famous. Sorry for the FxHome thing. It is really stupid.
Secret agent captured on camera, training for his new assignment, move over Bond, Bourne and Bauer!
All the James Bond actors till now.
DAVID ARNOLD-WHITE KNIGHT
JAMES BOND TEAM -MONTY NORMAN
The Duck is doing James Bond's dirty work
New James Bond Movie Quantum of Solace
When you buy a bond, you’re actually loaning money to the issuer. That’s right! YOU are the bank!
Of course, you expect that money back – and then some. So, the issuer pays YOU interest for the privilege of using your money. Suddenly, you have fixed income. People think bonds are more conservative than stocks…and generally, that’s true. While you hold onto them, the marketplace ups and downs don’t matter. But changing demand does affect the price, so you can also trade bonds to make capital gains from selling for more than you paid to buy them. If you want to put all your eggs in a basket of bonds, no problem! You can “be diversified” by buying bonds that are radically different – like one that matures by St. Patrick’s Day – and one that matures next century!
A bond is a debt investment. I’ll explain: When you buy a bond, you invest by lending money to a corporation or government…whoever issues the bond. This issuer can go to town with your money – BUT only for a specific time – then, it’s time to pay the pauper. You!They repay the money you graciously loaned them, PLUS interest. Which is nice. Considering everyone else probably CHARGES you interest. All this is why Bonds are also known as “fixed income investments” because you earn interest at a specific rate on a regular schedule until that bond matures. Some people buy bonds for the fixed income. Some like to trade bonds to make money when they sell.
Join us at the NY Auto Show as we get an up close look at Aston Martin's DBS, James Bond's newest car in the upcoming Quantum of Solace, as well as their sleek V8 Vantage Roadster.
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