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From Greed to Excess: A Summary of Liar’s Poker by Michael Lewis

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In “Liar’s Poker,” a thrilling memoir published in 1989, Michael Lewis takes readers on an exhilarating journey through the world of Wall Street during the 1980s. Lewis himself was a young bond trader at Salomon Brothers, one of the largest investment banks at the time. With his unique insider perspective, Lewis exposes the unrestrained greed, …

Moneyball: The Revolutionary Strategy That Changed Baseball Forever


In his captivating bestseller, Moneyball, acclaimed author Michael Lewis delves into the intricacies of baseball’s statistical revolution and its profound impact on the sport. This compelling non-fiction work provides a fascinating glimpse into the world of innovative thinking and data-driven decision making that forever changed Major League Baseball. With meticulous research and insightful anecdotes, Lewis …

Lessons from Big Short: Demystifying the Subprime Mortgage Disaster

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In “The Big Short,” renowned author Michael Lewis takes us on a gripping journey through the overlooked corners of the financial world, exposing the root causes of the 2008 global financial crisis. Through his meticulous research and captivating storytelling, Lewis unravels the complexities of Wall Street’s excessive risk-taking and sheds light on the few outsiders …