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If you take the time to read the book for yourself, I think you will understand why.
Michael Lewis' The Big Short will go a long ways helping anybody wanting to understand how subprime mortages cause the collapse of our financial market.
The characters and their stories are very interesting providing the needed personality to keep the reader engaged.
Another must read by Michael Lewis - for those who want to understand what caused our most recent recession.Published 5 hours ago by T. MacPherson
As a young finance professional I found Lewis to be a pleasure to read. Great first hand account of the events that forever changed Wall Street.Published 3 days ago by Christopher Purcell
excellent book of a sad history of wall st and the bank system.plus the failure of our regulatory system. total failure????Published 4 days ago by JAMIE COLLIER HEPBURN
Made a very technical and esoteric subject seem like a fictional narrative on American greed and institutional incompetence. I couldn't put it down.Published 4 days ago by Jeremy C Meacham
Exceptionally readable account to the cluster f--c that happened on Wall Street in the last decade. Very humorous at times. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Robert West
Informative and revealing rehashing of the financial crisis from the perspective of those who bet against Subprime Mortgage-backed Securities and CDOs with CDSes (and of course... Read morePublished 4 days ago by YoungProfessional57
Michael Lewis is great at taking interesting issues and making them understandable to a wider audience. The Big Short was no exception, great read.Published 5 days ago by Canuck in Asia
Guess I am a sucker for these financial reads and a Michael Lewis books always seems to be worth the read. One of the better books I have read this year. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Robert E. Hall