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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 never knew how many ways Wall Street banks can cheat you out of you money. If they can find a loophole or bend a rule that is used to keep them honest, watch out. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by Terry Oglethorpe
I like the honest hard work that was done in writing about this terrible time in history. The classic underdogs who saw the pending disaster and played it short. Read morePublished 13 hours ago by Marcus L. Witte
Well written and tells the interesting story of the men who saw the whole house of cards falling.Published 1 day ago by EvilSmurf
takes over 100 pages before the storyline is layed out and the author starts to make his pointPublished 1 day ago by Utah guy
True story of the people who wrecked the economy during the Bush administration.Published 1 day ago by Prospero
This is my 2nd book after liars poker and I liked this one more! The way Michael explains complicated jargon with simple examples makes it a lot easier to understand.Published 4 days ago by Prasanna