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Liar's Poker: Rising Through the Wreckage on Wall Street


In fiction there was Bonfire of the Vanities; in reality, there is Liar's Poker--the fascinating insider's account of what really happens on Wall ... Show synopsis

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  • Great Book! Nov 3, 2011
    by ArcherFan

    This was a fun and interesting book to read abut Wall Street.

  • Liar's Poker Jun 3, 2010
    by KleineAlteLadi

    A hoot! And informative, too. Hey, you can read this while the kids (or grandkids) are despoiling your hearing and your husband is nagging you to cook dinner. You will have fun and learn much. And the photo of the author is better than anything on TV these days.

  • Getting to know Michael Lewis Jan 22, 2009
    by SalukiSlew

    I bought this book for the purpose of learning about Michael Lewis before I buy some of his subsequent and more recent books about Wall St. Although it is rather dated, it is an enjoyable intro. to the behind scenes and driving ideas of Wall St.'s mortgage market. Liar's Poker is informative and certainly worth a look. Michael is a talented writer and good story teller. I look forward to buying more of his books. As for the poker games, way outa my league!

  • Bond market of 80's close to sub-prime crisis Jan 10, 2008
    by case8

    Micheal Lewis's book is entertaining, though a bit rambling.

    The most striking thing to me about the book, however, is how similar the 1980's bond market was to today's sub-prime mortgage crisis. Both seem to revolve around the 'securitization' of questionable debt -- how often do we have to repeat the same mistakes?

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