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10 thoughts on “How Money Became Dangerous

  1. says:

    4 StarsA book about rich people money and there dirty games I lost interest in mid way but somehow drifted to the end

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    Varelas worked in Solomon Brothers and then Citibank How does finance become dangerous?1 In the beginning banks were small and bankers knew everyone personally2 Investment banks grew big through IPOs and now staff could play with other people’s money As bonus was tied to performance staff bet big and sometim

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    When I first picked up Christopher Varelas' book How Money Became Dangerous I read the dust jacket and was intrigued by the promise that I was going to read a trend book about the transition of our financial system into an enigma that was becoming a rogue force working against usHowever when I got into the book I discovered it was

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    As I dove into this I found myself thinking that this was a collection of stories from Mr Varelas' life than a work about the danger

  5. says:

    Christopher Varelas takes us on a journey through his financial career that started out well actually in Disney World which seems kin

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    This is really an engaging book The story of the slow metamorphosis of the financial industry from an efficient background hum to a vilified destructive force is told with passion experience and vividness The subject matter has the potential to be extremely dry but Varelas uses anecdotes both personal and widely known to lend a human hue to his points And his points are vitalThe financial industry has lost its

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    A look into what’s gone wrong with our financial system and what we can do about itThe characters throughout the stories of the book are what really make it special and make the concepts stick in your mind Instead of a dry recitation of financial facts and their implications the book really brings alive the weird and fascinating personal stories of people shaping the financial system for the past forty years from small

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    I was expecting something different Like a former Wall Street geek talking data and formal insights on how trading works but this is a fun read filled with anecdotes and tales of deals gone sour rule breaking wit

  9. says:

    A good entertaining book about our new class the other line system that has been created by our modern financial

  10. says:

    Insightful book on the recent history and inner workings of Wall Street and government financing Also shows the risk of not looking to the future for underfunded pensions and excessive spending by governments Greed and short term profits do not paint a good picture for the future

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SUMMARY å E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Christopher Varelas

From a veteran of the trade a provocative and entertaining voyage into the turbulent heart of modern money that sheds new light on the rise of our threatening and complicated financial system how money became our adversary and why finding a new course is crucial to a healthy societyIn the not too distant past money was simple You might have had a bank account and a mortgage perhaps some basic investments Wall Street didn’t have a reputation for greed and recklessness That all started t. 4 StarsA book about rich people money and there dirty games I lost interest in mid way but somehow drifted to the end

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How Money Became Dangerous

Rothers trading floor from the high stakes world of investment banking to the center of the technology boom capturing the key deals developments and players that made the financial world what it is today The book illuminates the dark hidden forces of Wall Street and how it has dehumanized and left behind everyday Americans A fresh and enlightening take on how we reached this point How Money Became Dangerous also makes the case for why Wall Street needs to be saved if only to save ourselv. A good entertaining book about our new class the other line system that has been created by our modern financial world Told by first hand accounts by an insider I learned many things that I never knew or had considered before Case in point a local firm was just bought out by another company in the same line of business By reading this book I now have a better understanding of what is really going on with this purchase and how it could effect our local economy Trial of a Feminizer players that made the financial world what it is today The book illuminates the dark hidden forces of Wall Street and how it has dehumanized and left behind everyday Americans A fresh and enlightening take on how we reached this The Breach of Crowns point How Money Became Dangerous also makes the case for why Wall Street needs to be saved if only to save ourselv. A good entertaining book about our new class the other line system that has been created by our modern financial world Told by first hand accounts by an insider I learned many things that I never knew or had considered before Case in Icebergs point a local firm was just bought out by another company in the same line of business By reading this book I now have a better understanding of what is really going on with this The Line purchase and how it could effect our local economy

SUMMARY å E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Christopher Varelas

O change in the eighties as our financial systems became increasingly complex moving beyond the understanding of the general public while impacting our lives in innumerable ways The financial world began to feel like an enigma a rogue force working against us seemingly controlled by no oneFrom an industry veteran who’s had firsthand involvement in the events that shaped modern money How Money Became Dangerous journeys from the crime ridden LA jewelry district to the cutthroat Salomon B. This is really an engaging book The story of the slow metamorphosis of the financial industry from an efficient background hum to a vilified destructive force is told with passion experience and vividness The subject matter has the potential to be extremely dry but Varelas uses anecdotes both personal and widely known to lend a human hue to his points And his points are vitalThe financial industry has lost its footing Varelas argues thanks to technology a shift from partnerships to publicly traded status a focus on short term yields and transaction speed over care analysis and long term viability and incongruence between the need for long term outlooks and short terms for politicians handling public financial decisions All of these trends that broke bad had good intentions and that s one of Varelas s points the changes to the industry are neither inherently bad or good We just need to financially educate ourselves as citizens insist on incentivizing longer term financial horizons in private and public finance and elect smarter civically minded officials I liked how Varelas did than point out problems he offered workable solutions Who knows if we will have the collective will to recognize and implement them