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The way he tells the story gets you to pick one side and hope the whole time that Your side will win.
For all the big Wall Street banks out there who encourage high frequency trading, put this book in your dark pools and flush it.
That it is written in Michael Lewis' entertaining and understandable style will make it a widely read book as well.
This book open the doors on the secrets that lurk beneath the financial system that most people don't know. It is an eye opener to read this book. I highly recommend it.Published 8 hours ago by Wilson Lukang
The first 50% was a bit of an education ... but after that, there wasn't really anything newPublished 14 hours ago by Stuart Ballan
Michael Lewis yet again entertains us with his rare ability to weave stories about Wall Street players into an illuminating and thought-provoking explanation of market malpractice. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Trevor
Having worked in the market I knew some of this happened, but I was blown away by the detail, techniques and audacity of those involved. Now I know how it is happening.Published 2 days ago by Kevin K
Incredibly detailed . Good job by author to make it interesting with so many different experiences by people in this industry and best part was how he glued all togetherPublished 3 days ago by Neha
Michael Lewis never disappoints in his effort to bring characters to life. His ability to bring a reader into an interesting, if unfamiliar world is unmatched. Great read.Published 4 days ago by George
awesome account of how messed up the stock world is and how you're already losing before you even play! No difference in Wall St. and Las Vegas, the house always wins!Published 4 days ago by Hookemdustin
This book is highly technical for a layman but it is worth sticking with. I had a deep suspicion that Wall Street hid a fox in the hen house. I was right and now I understand why. Read morePublished 4 days ago by H. Alsabrook