A little over a year ago, I postulated on the the psychology behind today’s economy.

The old economy, I said, was personified in the classic “Greed is good” speech by Gordon Gekko as played by Michael Douglas in the 1987 Oliver Stone classic, Wall Street.

Gekko returns in Stone’s sequel, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. It’s different this time. Today’s economy is made up of people that Jay Suhr calls “The Cautionary Generation”.

You’ll have to wait until September 24 to see the movie, but you can read about it now in my blog post, The Return of Gordon Gekko, in the Small Business Advocacy Blog of which I am the Editor.