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This was a really painful book to read.
Unfortunately these moments are few and far between-more often market commentary serves only as a launching point for some snobbish flexing of the intellect.
Sometimes it seems Denby leers at those for whom everything is at stake like some kind of pecuniary voyeur.
American Sucker is a good quick read book that draws you into a roughly 3 year time frame in David's life. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Meticulous
What happens to the marketplace when "capital value" is no longer based on tangible objects or productive goods? Read morePublished 18 months ago by R. McOuat
Very entertaining and captivating, American Sucker is great read and offers good insights and investing, marriage, relationships, and friendships. Read morePublished 21 months ago by D. Wu
Denby's book should have been titled "Divorce and Dumb Money". This book is case in point why a humanities major should avoid anything numerically based at all costs. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Harold Merkin
Author is trying to take on too many things but fails to deliver.
- He talks about Greed
- He talks about Market Irrationality
- He talks about his... Read more
I bought this book for a dollar at Big Lots, and I didn't expect much. Typically, books on sale for a buck are there for a good reason. Read morePublished on September 11, 2010 by Judith
I wish I had more time to read great stuff like this.
Denby's writing is extremely fine. His style is flawless.
Just buy this book.
This was the first book by Denby I read. It is a memoir of his getting screwed in the stock market (join the club). Read morePublished on October 15, 2009 by H. Gold
...this book. Denby lost money in the dotcom bust, and I'm guessing this is his way to make something back (ie. by telling the story of his own stupidity). Read morePublished on March 11, 2009 by Min Jeong Lee