Brendan Moynihan is the author of Financial Origami; How the Wall Street Model Broke and an editor-at-large for Bloomberg News, where he manages the popular column "Chart of the Day" and writes about the economy and Wall Street.
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The 1920s and 1930s constituted an unforgettable epoch in Wall Street history. Brooks outlines the metaphor of the era's financial boom and bust: Golconda, now a ruin, was a city in south-eastern India where, according to legend, everyone got rich ... a similar legend attached to Wall Street between the wars....
This book is about the cycles of the markets and the economy, it has a broad scope, and so some of these things have happened before in similar ways, and not all identical, but to try to get some history and perspective that way. – source