Andrew Redleaf,. Richard Vigilante. · Rating details · 36 ratings · 4 reviews. What happens when the people running America’s financial institutions believe. Panic: The Betrayal of Capitalism by Wall Street and Washington. Front Cover. Andrew Redleaf, Richard Vigilante. Richard Vigilante Books, – Business. Panic by Andrew Redleaf, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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An absolute must read for understanding the redlwaf crisis, what happened and why. Brian Sullivan rated it really liked it Sep 18, The first part of the book is only moderately interesting, but the second half has a lot of original thinking that is lacking in the dozen or more books I’ve read about the crash.
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Max Baker rated it it was amazing Feb 20, Oct 09, Clint rated it really liked it. The bureaucrats of capital sought refuge in rules and systems as substitutes for thought, ultimately creating a machinery of disaster they could neither understand nor control.
Panic : The Betrayal of Capitalism by Wall Street and Washington
Neil Rempel rated it panix was amazing Jan 18, When they abdicate decision-making to an algorithm? A very thoughtful book on how the financial markets work, on capitalism versus socialism and on government regulation.
Carry rated it it was amazing Dec 30, panif What happens when the people running America’s financial institutions believe that human judgment is passe? In an efficient market, nobody can generate excess profits because the market and all its participants are omniscient. The rated it really liked it May 24, The efficient market hypothesis weakens investors’ responsibility and ability to make judgments.
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