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All the Light We Cannot See.
Very little of which isn’t explaned. My favorite part is where Jim Rogers says that even his infant daughter knows not to have any funds in US Dollars. Top-down investing was the name of the game.
The book is a compilation of interviews with v First, I wouldn’t recommend this to anyone who isn’t very comfortable with finance terminology. November 26, Imprint: Definitely, the best book on financial markets I have read in a very long time. A Wall Street Revolt. I think economics education at Ivy League colleges will have to change.
Inside the House of Money: Top Hedge Fund Traders on Profiting in a Global Market by Steven Drobny
Yet it is the narrowness of economic understanding so prevalent among Street bankers where were they all educated? Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. When the Bubble Bursts. Buying America the Right Way.
Inside the House of Money: Top Hedge Fund Traders on Profiting in a Global Market
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Of course you require a general interest in finance to fully comprehend, but why would you be reading this if you didn’t??
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Investing From the Top Down: The Fixed Income Specialists: Even Leitner’s currency strategy, buying 1y strangles and letting them trend; has found it’s way into my strategy, not systematically but when I think vol is low and macro priors suggest a move.
Lessons for Building a Winning Portfolio. It served as my introduction into macro and, although I realize I maybe should have studied a bit more first, I still Well conducted interviews with successful macro traders, very much in the style of the Market Wizards books.
Drobny makes an effort to speak to a wide range of managers, with differing personalities and styles, though all in global macro though each individual defines it slightly differently.
They are trading enormous amounts of money, even the guys who are mostly trading their own money. This nouse very much a book in the Market Wizard- tradition – a knowledgeable person interviews prominent macro hedge fund managers on how they work and what investments they have done. Secrets of Wealthy People: We’re taught neoclassical economics all the way, and few students will delve into the history of economic thought.
Stegen are prices on just about everything from the obvious currency exchange rates to the very unobvious volatility on random futures.