Enron Revisited: The Smartest Guys in the Room

Even though Enron as a company no longer exists, there are certain lessons and anecdotes in Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room that everyone should see. The epitome of greed, the courage to stand against it, and the cheesy-yet-true revelation that you can never judge a book, or a major corporation, by its cover.

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Investing in France not a propos ahead of elections

Thinking of investing your dollars in the land of wine, cheese and haut couture? Now may not be the best time. France’s presidential elections could usher in a socialist leader whose views threaten to shake up the delicate balance in the eurozone among leaders trying to solve the region’s sovereign debt crisis.

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Book review : A Random Walk Down Wall Street

Are you curious how Wall Street works? Do you want more knowledge about how to manage your finances? “A Random Walk Down Wall Street” is a timely and straightforward guide for the individual investor. A classic in finance literature, this book comes packed with strategies and insight that you can use in your own investments.

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Book Review: Lords of Finance

Liaquat Ahamed’s Pulitzer Prize-winning “Lords of Finance” weaves international exchange rates, foreign reserves and the inter-war period’s “barbarous relic” – gold – together from the vantage point of four men who directed the fates of millions toward the granddaddy of all economic crises: The Great Depression.

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