Movie review: Inside Job

Charles Ferguson explores the biggest financial catastrophe the world has ever seen brought on by 30 years of deregulation, risky financial instruments, conflicts of interest, fraud, toxic loans and a handful of CEOs who eventually destroyed their own companies.

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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: The Two Trillion Dollar Meltdown

CDS, CDO and MBS are just some of the more complex acronyms in the financial world, and all the more reason to understand them, according to Charles R. Morris, a lawyer, former banker and author of The Two Trillion Dollar Meltdown: Easy Money, High Rollers and the Great Credit Crash.

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Book Review: The Big Short

The Big Short is unique because rather than taking us inside the heads of the crooked Wall Street bankers, it illuminates the recent crisis through the minds of a very small minority of traders and investors who were on the other side – those who realized something was seriously wrong with the financial system before anyone else did.

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