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Discover the captivating, uncensored story of Wall Street from the men and women who made it happen in "What Goes Up." From the footpath near Manhattan Island to the center of the financial world, Eric J. Weiner weaves together insider accounts and larger-than-life characters, bringing to life the booms and busts of America's financial capital over the past half-century. With interviews from CEOs to the barber in the basement of the stock exchange, this is the unvarnished truth of how modern Wall Street truly works.
Books that I've loved to read: Markets and everything. This is a thread I hope to keep adding to. First up: What Goes Up, by Eric Weiner. This is a great book on the history of Wall Street from the 1920s to the early 2000s, from the people who built it. – source
Four strangers, including an Oxford don, a society physician, a French art dealer, and an English lord, have lost their life's fortune to Harvey Metcalfe, a dangerous con artist. Now, with nothing left to lose, they come together to find, shadow, and trap Metcalfe, each expert in their own field. From Monte Carlo to Wall Street, their ingenious game of revenge has begun.
@arabicatrader there's a book called Not a penny more, not a penny less, by Jeffrey Archer - very good book On webinars I think it's very useful even if sometimes only to check if your internet connection speed is good – source
Experience a thrilling journey through the history of hedge funds, from their beginnings in the 1960s to their critical role in the 2007-2009 financial crisis. Powerful, wealthy, and potentially dangerous, the hedge fund industry has cracked the mysteries of beating the market and earned fortunes in the process. Discover the inside story of this fascinating corner of capitalism, complete with larger-than-life characters and dramatic tales, in a definitive history written by esteemed financial writer Sebastian Mallaby.
@gauravsabnis @abhijitkadle @mohitsatyanand @tanayingale I fourth that recommendation. That is a brilliant book. – source