The Money Culture (Anglais) Broché – 1 octobre 1992
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Description du produit
Revue de presse
Read all about it: headlong greed, inarticulate obscenity, Animal House horseplay . . . (The Sunday Times)
Immense verve and wit (20/20 Magazine)
A highly immoral book (Daily Mail)
Wickedly funny (Daily Express)
As traders would say, this book is a buy (Financial Times) --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché.
Présentation de l'éditeur
While Michael Lewis worked as a bond dealer at Salomon Brothers he began his second career as a journalist and helped to record a real-life 'bonfire of the vanities'.
Not afraid of interviewing the world's most notorious financiers or of revealing the treachery and deception behind some of the biggest financial deals ever made, in The Money Culture, Lewis provides a contemporary record of the ups and downs of the world's money markets and the rise and fall of some of the larger-than-life personalities.
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The decade of the 1980's was the most outrageous and turbulent era in financial markets since the 1929 Crash. The 1980's had a direct effect not only on domestic markets but also international markets as well. Follow the actions of important mover and shakers such as Michael Miliken, Donald Trump, Boris Boesky, T-Bone Pickens, Leona Helmsley as just a few of the notables in the know and taking advantage of market data fed to them my financial insiders.
Of course the real estate debacle and derivatives of the 2000 decade makes 1980 look as a high school play very badly acted out. But that another book by Lewis entitled The Big Short (2010)
How about the RJR-Nabisco takeover or American Express? How could an earthquake in Tokyo devastate the American capital market? From his desk as an investment banker in London, England at the time this novel was written, Lewis was "in the chili" and very willing to share his specialized knowledge with the world.
But you be the judge. With all that has transpired in international money markets since 1991, either Lewis is "right on" or he is just playing to the gallery. For what limited money I have, I would put it all on Lewis and sleep well at night.