If you’ve got a Netflix account here, you can currently see some great financial documentaries with your subscription.
Here is a list of the top ten financial documentaries available on Netflix as of the time of this writing that can be informative, educational, and entertaining.
- Inside Bill’s Brain: This documentary gives visitors an insight into Bill Gates’ mind as it follows the daily lives of the billionaire. He opens up those who influenced him and his audacious goals.
- Hank: 5 Years from Brink: This documentary shows how the $1 trillion rescue system of banking was carried out in 2008 by Hank Paulson.
- Bad Boy Billionaires India: This research documentary explores the gold, fraud and corruption that has brought the most infamous billionaires of India down.
- Dirty Money: This is a series of documents about companies based on lies and scandals, as well as gloom and corruption accounts in finance.
- The Business of Drugs: The economies of six illegal substances have been studied by a former CIA analyst to understand the origin and real impact of the drug business.
- The Minimalists: Now Less is: Friends Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus have created a minimalist movement. They share in this documentary how everybody can live better while they have less to embarrass their lives.
- Broken: This series of documents shows how negligence and deception in consumer goods can result in dreadful results.
- Saving Capitalism: Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich interviews Americans and looks at changes in the U.S. economy.
- Cuba and the Cameraman: A chronicle of the fortunes over forty years of three Cuban families.
- Capital in the Twenty-First Century: Based on the best selling book by economist Thomas Piketty, this documentary examines the accumulation of wealth and its impending social effects.