“Liar’s Poker: Rising Through the Wreckage on Wall Street” by Michael Lewis

Product Details Read from September – October 2008.

This is my second Lewis book, though it is his first.  It is a great story of his first career as a stock broker in the 1980s.  It showcases some of the problems with the profession while talking about some of the merits of it as well.  I enjoyed reading this book since it shares the same writing style as “Moneyball”.  Lewis makes a topic that I am not particularly interested in come alive through the stories he tells of his experience.

This is a fun read, especially since the country is heading into a recession.

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