Denby's writing has made him one of the country's most sought-after critics, and "Great Books" was a "New York Times" bestseller. Here Denby tells the story not only of his own decline, but of his new friends Sam Waksal, indicted founder of ImClone, and Henry Blodgett, disgraced analyst for Merrill Lynch.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - carterchristian1 - LibraryThing
This book is truly a cautionary tale. When the market looks good and day trading available why not yet into it for a little while to fulfill a particular goal...the get out in time. This poor man ... Read full review
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Lots of financial stuff but an interesting account of his mid-life crisis when his wife left him and he tried to make a million dollars in tech stocks while the tech bubble was collapsing. Read full review
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