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In this new audiobook, In Pursuit of Wealth: The Moral Case for Finance, Yaron Brook and Don Watkins dispel the prevailing negative myths about finance and clearly lay out the industry's virtues within a moral framework. This ambitious audiobook shows listeners how we can reframe societal morals and end the vilification of financiers.

©2017 The Ayn Rand Institute (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Back to basic.. a call to refresh our biased views

The authors brings the facts of finance to debunk some of the most common misconceptions about money and finance.
Most importantly, the authors challenges the established moral views about greed and the self-interest motivation of wealth.

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  • 08-23-18

Finance knowledge gap filled!

The reason I purchased this book was because I felt like I had a big gap in knowledge when it came to finance. I understood how businesses work, trade and sell goods. But finance I couldn't really make sense of, due to a lack of tangible goods being produced.

Having now listened to this book I would say I am now absolutely clear on the important and vital role of finance. For this reason I would definitely recommend this book.