Decent review of some of the great investors and their trials and tribulations.
The voice is a bit annoying though
This book is basically a history textbook, a few chapters of a macroeconomics textbook, and 4 biographies rolled into 1.
It spends more time talking about politics and the outward appearances of the characters rather than getting to the punchline. It's very long and long winded.
The book covers 1914 to 1944. It goes through and attempts to link together the policies, events, and mistakes throughout the time frame. It covers WW2, Gold Standard, etc.
Great book about investing that turns many commonly held beliefs on their heads. Will help you take take a different look about the market and the global economy.
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