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The editor of The Wall Street Journal's Money & Investing section and editor in chief of TheStreet.com, Dave Kansas is the chief markets commentator and a personal finance columnist for The Wall Street Journal. He is also the author of The Wall Street Journal Guide to the End of Wall Street as We Know It, The Wall Street Journal's Complete Money & Investing Guidebook, and TheStreet.com Guide to Investing in the Internet Era. He lives in New York City.
It is straight to the point. This book explains 2007 crisis and financial situation in USA at that time. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Sopio Svanishvili
Read some newspaper stories. Watch a financial show on TV. Surf the Web. You'll find more detail on why the financial world came to its knees elsewhere. Really. Read morePublished on October 15, 2009 by Dave Walz-Burkett
The book begins with a background description of the events of the economic crisis we have recently experienced. It is a sanitized version of reality. Read morePublished on August 30, 2009 by kokopelli
Since we are in the middle of an economic crisis, this is a really good book that explains how we got there. I found the author's explanation simple and easy to understand. Read morePublished on August 14, 2009 by Mariusz Skonieczny
This is a great mini-book of the issues that lead to the mortgage meltdown in 2008. It is not a textbook that is taught in class and I'm sure any 1 topic can expand into its own... Read morePublished on June 24, 2009 by David Chong
Apart from the hyped to the moon title and the usual tendency of 90% of mainstream money books to be either insanely,rabid dog frothingly pessimistic (Howard Ruff, anyone? Read morePublished on June 19, 2009 by Jeffrey Smith
Interesting reading. It gives one a better understanding of our current
Since most of you do not watch CNBC everyday and read the financial press daily as if a religion, this is a good primer on what went wrong. Read morePublished on May 8, 2009 by Gorbo