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The book has really nice, interesting reading about all these giants in the quant world.
The reading and pace is very good for a book about financial matters and the author tells a very entertaining narrative.
Another fundamental problem with this book was the arbitrariness of Patterson's use of the label "quant."
It was well written, and well read (I finished most of book using Audible and whisper sync). A lot of it was a re-hash so not as unique of material as I would have liked. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Russell Rosenblum
A scary book. Even though we had the flash crash and recovered, It definitely makes you wonder if that wasn't just a prelude to something worse. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Geekless in NC
Kind of long and dull, you wait for it to pick up, but it never comes.Published 3 months ago by Daniel b
Again, for those of you wishing to draw back the curtain that keeps Wall Street's activities hidden from the public, Lewis does not disappoint. Read morePublished 3 months ago by The Trader
Book is alright not as exciting as I had hoped. Interesting stories of key players in the Quant market as it was growing. Delivery took about 2.5 weeks.Published 5 months ago by Josh
This book is a reflection on the perpetual question in the markets: does the truth exist? The economic crisis of 2008 has shown that the markets are not just about numbers but also... Read morePublished 5 months ago by ok