Barry Ritholtz is an American author, newspaper columnist, blogger, equities analyst, CIO of Ritholtz Wealth Management, and guest commentator on Bloomberg Television.
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@Fxflow There are some wonderful examples of that in @JamesSurowiecki's book. But there are times when even the crowds get it wrong – source
To be published exactly one year after the worst day in stock market history, October 19, 1987, this is an hour-by-hour, minute-by-minute account of that event as observed by several highly influential participants....
The causes of that 1987 were more complex than you probably realize. If you want to learn how it actually went down, I strongly recommend Tim Met'z book Black Monday. 8/ – source
@beanieville @Wealth_Theory @naval @ValaAfshar If a government can make it better another government can make it worse. I found this book really fleshed out the different approaches of US capitalism vs other systems – source
Really fun book the manages to jam a lot of knowledge into a very digestible format – source
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The first book was so great ! – source
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@DebSeymour51 @chucktrafton I loved this book by Sy Montgomery: – source
Great read: Fascinating book that tells the tale of a enigmatic hedge fund, it’s secretive founder, and the team of brilliant data scientists who managed to “solve the market.” Nice work @GZuckerman ! – source
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1st book of Summer by @JohnCarreyrou Fast read, a very interesting narrative including a collection of people who were either good guys or bad guys in ways that was very unexpected. Strong recommendation 👍🏻 – source
Also recommended byBill GatesBill GurleyDavid Heinemeier HanssonAlexis OhanianNick BiltonAndrew ChenChris MessinaMichael MauboussinWes McKinney3 others