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"It's a fantastic book, both in content and execution." (Bloomberg News)
"Steven Drobny has been able to do something that few others have, especially in the media: He got hedge fund managers to share their trade secrets." (InstitutionalInvestor.com)
"...useful for anyone who has entrusted their money to funds operating in the sector...an insight into the way in which some of the best performing global macro managers think about the world they invest in and how they have amassed their fortunes." —Financial Times, (Los Angeles Times, June 4, 2006)
"[Steven Drobny] uses this access to present a series of fascinating interviews with more than a dozen managers representing a broad spectrum of investment thinking." (Financial Times)
"a good start in understanding what the new global micro manager is all about." (Lipper HedgeWorld)
"Couldn't come at a more appropriate time…sheds more light than ever on the minds behind the largest global macro funds…reveals the intricacies of thinking like a hedge fund manager." (Forbes)
"Drobny has a Rolodex that's the Wall Street equivalent of Wilt Chamberlain's little black book…he has used its power to help craft the absorbing Inside the House of Money. Think Market Wizards – only full of guys who aren't either dead or irrelevant." (Trader Monthly)
"For the investor, the trading strategies described in the interviews are chock-a-block with detail, and can serve as a starting point toward navigating hedge funds… more interesting are the stories of how these traders got where they are today… goes a long way toward enlightening those who aspire to enter." (Financial World Magazine)
"...eye opener..." (NYSSA)
"...must read..." (Futures Magazine)
"...engaging..." (Active Trader)
"written an intelligent analysis of the current hedge fund climate" (Pensions World, September 2006)
"Corporate finance managers are taking the message of the book on board." (CFO Europe, September 2006)
Although successful money managers often have a reputation for being reluctant to discuss their market views and trading strategies, Inside the House of Money opens the door to the typically opaque world of hedge fundsparticularly global macro investingand offers a rare glimpse into a high-intensity environment where enormous stakes are a part of everyday life. As cofounder and partner of Drobny Global Advisorsan international macroeconomic research and advisory firmauthor Steven Drobny has access to a broad selection of today's top global macro hedge fund managers. Through detailed interviews with more than a dozen of these individuals, Drobny provides you with an inside look at how these money managers view world markets and offers subtle insights into how they make money.
First, you will receive an introduction to global macro from a professional investor's perspective. Then, you will discover how some key historical events have shaped this field. You will also learn how future events, such as increased competition and specialization, are pushing today's global macro manager into the realm of global micro investing. With this information in hand, you'll go Inside the House of Money through a collection of in-depth interviews with a variety of money managers, each with a unique perspective and approach to global markets, including:
Filled with in-depth insight and real-world experiences of top hedge fund traders, Inside the House of Money reveals how the best minds in the business identify and profit from opportunities in every corner of the globe.
The good thing is that you can read one interview and then think.
Very well written, interesting and easy to read, this book is a wonderful piece of knowledge from people who is "in the market".
Drobny provides a broad overview of global macro investing through these diverse interviews of participants.
Ever since I bought Inside the House of Money, the book has been some kind of a market bible for me. Read morePublished 22 months ago by edsetiadi
This book talks about a bunch of big shots and how they got started. But it talks about about their mistakes and that is crucial if you are in the forex market. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mamarracho
Puts forward a lot of new ideas. Many specific traders talk about what they think works, what doesn't, what drives the market, etc. Read morePublished on August 16, 2012 by bailey_nyc
At first I was hoping to find a book similar to the Market Wizard series, my favorite investment books. Read morePublished on April 15, 2011 by Straddle1985
This book consists of a series of interviews with professional (mostly) speculators who focus on global macroeconomic events. Read morePublished on November 21, 2010 by Jackal
A Must Read. Loved! It's always on my desk. Kudos to Steven Drobny and John Bonaccolta.
Bernabé Gutiérrez, Founder & CEO, Arthur Global Practice
The interviews in this book cover the entire spectrum of global macro(economic) trading styles and instruments (FX, commodities, stocks). Read morePublished on April 21, 2009 by Kristopher Matthews
It's a pleasure to say it: "House" is a worthy successor to Jack Schwager's "Market Wizards" series. Read morePublished on October 25, 2008 by Mercenary Trader