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I have worked in the industry for more than 20 years so many of the names are familiar. Learning exactly what they did and where they fell into place in regards tithe financial... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Nathan S. Kerr
Great story, very informative, though some of the writing was a little awkward. Also, the chronology wasn't always easy to follow. But in all, a thoroughly entertaining book.Published 14 days ago by Brad Newton
He’s a little too obsessed with how people with power and money can act obnoxiously. Too little information on the technical side of what happened, or digging deeper into the... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Artie
Patterson tells a great story. High level explanation of how quant world works while walking you through history. Keeps your eyes on page the whole time. Well done.Published 1 month ago by T McDonagh
It is probably my fault - I did not notice that this book was a small print, thin pages, soft cover version. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sam S
I expected some histric analysis but, it is fiction or novel.
Title is misleading and not what I expected.
Overall, thoughtful commentary and illustration on the development of quantitative analytics in the financial industry and its part in the credit crisis.Published 3 months ago by Mark Fernandez
Provides an insightful look at how the major financial houses harnessed the talents of genius-level math and physics scientists to create the computational systems that analyse and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Robert J. Martin