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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.
I work in investments and some of the lingo/processes are confusing to ME, so I can see this book being really confusing to non-finance people, but a great read nonetheless.Published 1 day ago by Christopher M. Devenney
Very educational. Must read for those still trying to figure out the Great Recession. This book takes an extremely complicated topic and interprets it for the layman.Published 2 days ago by djacobsen
Someone recommended this to me. I'm not usually a non fiction reader but I enjoyed this. Some of it was a little over my head but by the end it made sense.Published 2 days ago by Kalai
I thoroughly enjoyed this book by Michael Lewis on the recent financial crisis. As is his style, the story is told largely from the point if view of several people that saw what... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Farm Boy
A few brilliant oddballs foresee the subprime mortgage implosion and make the bets of a lifetime. In the 3-4 years leading up to the crisis, these individual's drill down further... Read morePublished 2 days ago by laksmi
This book is fascinating and extremely well written (and just a little terrifying). A triumph from a guy who is quickly becoming my favorite writer.Published 5 days ago by S. Lacey
A fascinating look at the subprime mortgage crisis from a completely different perspective. This is mostly about equity fund managers who got rich from betting against the whole... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Scott Shorey