The Money Game
by 'Adam Smith'
This is a real insider’s account of the way that the money markets and trading works. And the most helpful way of understanding it is as a sort of a game: taken dead seriously, but contentless, in the way that games are. It’s very funny, very fluent, very well-written and also a real pro’s view. I don’t know why it isn’t famous any more.
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“Adam Smith is a pseudonym – he was an extremely successful professional investor called George Goodman, who also wrote a newspaper column. This is a real insider’s account of the way that the money markets and trading works.” Read more...
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