Diary of a Very Bad Year: Confessions of an Anonymous Hedge Fund Manager
Harper Collins, Jun 22, 2010 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
The First Book from n+1—an Essential Chronicle of Our Financial Crisis
HFM: Where are you going to buy protection on the U.S. government's credit? I mean, if the U.S. defaults, what bank is going to be able to make good on that contract? Who are you going to buy that contract from, the Martians?
n+1: When does this begin to feel like less of a cyclical thing, like the weather, and more of a permanent, end-of-the-world kind of thing?
HFM: When you see me selling apples out on the street, that's when you should go stock up on guns and ammunition.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - gregorybrown - LibraryThing
A fantastic, wide-ranging look into the factors that led to the financial crisis, and why it developed the way it did. The interview format and omnivorous subject allows the discussion to snap from ... Read full review
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An interesting read that gives some cool insights into how hedge funds work and how they are misunderstood by society and the government. I wasn't blown away by it as a book because at points it was a bit boring, even as someone who enjoys reading about this stuff. Read full review