This book is a rare disappointment in my otherwise enjoyable Audible experience. The themes are poorly constructed and do not land any solid points. Obviously, the way that we use money has changed and will continued to change in the age of the Internet. However, David Wolman makes very few points about the ramifications of these changes.
Sketch out some themes, reinforce them with data and actual interviews (not remembrances of conversations).
Don Hagen read the material well. An easy voice to listen to.
Michael Lewis does a wonderful job of making a complicated story engaging. This is the story of how the subprime mortgage market nearly brought the world financial system down. Mr. Lewis' breaks down the financial topics into easily digestible bits and weaves in interesting personal stories of those people to identified the opportunity & risks.
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