Book had 2 readers - one that I liked more than the other but both pretty good. With our seemingly perpetual financial crises in the recent past and on going in Europe, the United States and Asia, it was fun thinking about "What would Keynes Do?" while listening to this book.
At this point in time with more than a decade past since the failure of Long Term Capital Managment, this book reads more like a historical account of what happened. There are also a great many timeless observations that can also be noted. Sadly many of these have been repeated since.
Recommended for anyone in or attracted to Wall Street to help them avoid the same pitfalls.
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