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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.
Tough topic done very well. First of his books and am now excited to find more. I expected it to be harder to stay intrigued.Published 6 hours ago by M Hales
Simply read , its that simple, it reinforced what i supected , great read either way.A former investor.Published 1 day ago by dave
I loved it but I like all those books. I am educated in Finance and Economics and have been around markets in the early part of my career, so it was a wonderful read. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Mary
The author's writing skill makes this otherwise dry material delectable. It filled in the cracks and made sense out of a circus. Read morePublished 4 days ago by J. O. Cross
very insightful into the financial meltdown, and excellent at explaining complex topics in understandable terms. Should have read it when it first came outPublished 6 days ago by ravi_2001
I read this book while riding on an Amtrak train and was so engrossed in the book that I missed most of the scenery! Read morePublished 6 days ago by Campo
One of the best business related books every written. Captivating.
Lewis is kind of the Seinfeld of business writing. Read more
Like all other three of Lewis' books I have read this one covers the ground well. He writes in his typical factual manner never missing the humor in human foibles. Read morePublished 8 days ago by M. P. Henley