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Deepak Shenoy


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What Goes Up
The Uncensored History of Modern Wall Street as Told by the Bankers, Brokers, CEOs, and Scoundrels Who Made It Happen
Eric J. Weiner - Jul 20, 2007 (first published in 2005)
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The ups and downs, the schemes and scams, the IPOs and hostile takeovers, the egos, the brilliance, the greed and the glory-this is the story of Wall Street, told by the men and women who made it happen. Once upon a time, Wall Street was just a footpath near the southern tip of Manhattan Island. Today it is the center of the financial world, the p...
Deepak Shenoy
Sep 27, 2020
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
Not a Penny More Not a Penny Less
Jeffrey Archer - Nov 02, 2009 (first published in 1976)
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The conned: an Oxford don, a revered society physician, a chic French art dealer, and a charming English lord. They have one thing in common. Overnight, each novice investor lost his life's fortune to one man. The con: Harvey Metcalfe!!A brilliant, self-made guru of deceit. A very dangerous individual. And now, a hunted man. With nothing left to lo...
Deepak Shenoy
May 21, 2020
@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
More Money Than God
Hedge Funds and the Making of a New Elite (Council on Foreign Relations Books (Penguin Press))
Sebastian Mallaby - May 31, 2011 (first published in 2010)
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"Splendid...the definitive history of the hedge fund, a compelling narrative full of larger-than-life characters and dramatic tales." -- The Washington Post Wealthy, powerful, and potentially dangerous, hedge fund moguls have become the It Boys of twenty-first- century capitalism. Beating the market was long thought to be impossible, but hedge fun...
Deepak Shenoy
Oct 11, 2019
@gauravsabnis @abhijitkadle @mohitsatyanand @tanayingale I fourth that recommendation. That is a brilliant book.      source
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