Liar's Poker: From the author of the Big Short by Michael Lewis. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format. Compre Liar's Poker (Norton Paperback) (English Edition) de Michael Lewis na aracer.mobi Confira também os eBooks mais vendidos, lançamentos e. Editorial Reviews. From Library Journal. As described by Lewis, liar's poker is a game played in idle moments by workers on Wall Street, the objective of which is .
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Liar's Poker is the culmination of those heady, frenzied years—a behind-the- scenes look at a unique and turbulent time in American business. This bestselling and hilarious book blew the doors off Wall Street's boardrooms and introduced the world to the writing of Michael Lewis. In this shrewd and. Read "Liar's Poker" by Michael Lewis available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. The time was the s. The place was.
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Report as inappropriate. Being written in and about the 80s financial boom, one would expect this book to be dated.
On the contrary, however, it really describes the initial stages of the financial management incompetence and greed that have led to the current conditions, including the crash The seeds were clearly sown in the mortgage and junk bond "advancements" of the 70s and 80s with a straight line extending to the current mess of dark pools, HF trading, CDOs, etc. It gives particular insight to the moral corruption not only of the individuals but of the corporations that are supposed to be aiding their customers in sound financial management but instead play them as suckered for their own benefit Very well written and enjoyable to read.
Surprising how markets are shaped and created and how Caveat Emptor should never be forgotten. Most surprising was how much people working with these huge sums of money can be so wrong with disastrous results for their customers as well as with their own future.
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The place was Wall Street. The game was called Liar's Poker. During the next three years, Lewis rose from callow trainee to bond salesman, raking in millions for the firm and cashing in on a modern-day gold rush.