Extreme Money

Extreme Money

Masters of the Universe and the Cult of Risk

Book - 2011
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Publisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : FT Press, c2011
ISBN: 9780132790079
0132790076
Branch Call Number: 332 DAS
Characteristics: xx, 459 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

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StarGladiator
Dec 27, 2012

An excellent book, explaining securtizations, re-securitizations, re-re-re-securitizations, etc., along with credit derivatives scam. I respectifully disagree with the commenter below, though, as Alan Greenspan and Larry Summers have profited handsomely, their actions weren't even remotely "stupid" but criminally self-serving to the max! Das' repetition of the remarks on the Inside Job movie concerning former vice chair of the Federal Reserve (under Alan Greenspan), Fredric Mishkin, and as to how Mishkin has been fully documented as the typical bankster liar, is monumentally important for all to grasp. (FYI note: Alan Greenspan was fired for incompetency when he worked at Chase, and fired by one of the greatest economists in America today, if not the greatest, Prof. Michael Hudson.)

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kichha
Feb 19, 2012

Wonderful insider information on how the nexus between the bankers, stock brokers, traders and the politicians brings out the fools and idiots of every individual living in this world.
Brings out how stupid is Allen Greenspan, Larry Summers with negative common sense and selfish attitude.

A must read for all young readers so that they are aware of this kind of cheats when they grow up.

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