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This book will really make you question reality...
In this fascinating book, ex-Wall Street Michael Lewis tells the story of some of those who betted against subprime mortgages, against Wall Street.
Based on reading Michael Lewis' Liar's Poker and Moneyball, I wondered whether The Big Short would prove to be entertaining and informative.
Micheal Lewis continues to be the definitive writer for all things wall street.Published 1 day ago by dirtgirl
Another must read by Michael Lewis - for those who want to understand what caused our most recent recession.Published 3 days 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 6 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 6 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 7 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 7 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 7 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 7 days ago by Canuck in Asia