Chronicling the end of Wall Street

There have been some interesting articles published recently by Michael Lewis who has a lot to say about the inner workings of Wall Street players since he wrote Liar’s Poker two decade ago. For Portfolio and the New York Times, he chronicles the end of the financial world as we know it, with some interesting insights– for example, even in the chaos of our current financial meltdown, why does much of the world still look to the United States for guidance on money matters? I’m looking forward to Lewis’s next book.


One response to “Chronicling the end of Wall Street

  1. Michael Lewis’ Liar’s Poker is a readers delight . It is a story of — a complex bar game that combines statistical reasoning with bluffing.
    His newest book, Panic: The Story of Modern Financial Insanity, is a collection of essays and articles written during the past two decades.
    I am looking forward to buy it !

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