I’ve prepared a set of documents as a self help guide through this situation. To enable me to rapidly adapt & modify I’m publishing them via Google Docs…so the format isn’t fancy but I figure it’s better to get the information out there. I’ll continue to work on these docs as time goes on and […]
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The Great Crash of 1929
By Andrew Leunig on March 10, 2011 in Belief Systems, Blog, Book Reviews, Cashflow management, Fun, Insights, Learning and Growth
Massive land speculation, dramatic growth in margin lending, promotion of exotic investment structures by “trusted” investment bankers, promotion of tech stocks that reaches rampant levels. Sound familiar? Legendary economist J.K.Galbraith tells a ripping yarn with timeless lessons.