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

The time was the 1980s. The place was Wall Street. The game was called Liar’s Poker. This wickedly funny book endures as the best record we have of those heady, frenzied years. In it Lewis describes his own rake’s progress through a powerful investment bank. From an unlikely beginning (art history at Princeton?) he rose in two short years from Salomon Brothers trainee to Geek (the lowest form of life on the trading floor) to Big Swinging Dick, the most dangerous beast in the jungle, a bond salesman who could turn over millions of dollars’ worth of doubtful bonds with just one call.


  • The Case for Warren Buffett to Buy AIG (WSJ)
  • Two Wise Men: Stories for Children Inspired from the Wit and Wisdom of Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger (Safal Niveshak)
  • The Truth About Investing- Howard Marks, CFA, Co-Chairman, Oaktree Capital (IAIP)
  • New Force on Wall Street: The ‘Family Office’ (WSJ)
  • How Hedge Funds Get Rich (Hint: It’s Not Their Returns) (Of Dollars and Data)
  • How a $26 Billion Hedge Fund Lures the Beautiful Minds (Bloomberg)
  • A Plan B for the GOP: Raise Warren Buffett’s Taxes (WSJ)
  • Buffett Advises Investors To Be Cautious With Wall Street Traders (Binary Options)
  • The Golden Age of Hedge Funds (The Enterprising Investor)
  • It’s Time for a Revolution in Investor Disclosures (The Intelligent Investor)
  • A Guide to Reading for Investors (Plus, What Prof. Sanjay Bakshi Reads) (Safal Niveshak)
  • Excessive CEO Pay for Dumb Luck (Bloomberg)
  • Stocks Have Tripled Since Crisis, but Low Rates Are Still Squeezing Savers (WSJ)
  • Individual Investors Wade In as Stocks Soar (WSJ)

What are you reading this weekend? Drop a link in the comments section below or shoot me an email.