- @anveshreddyj This, by far: https://t.co/otWMR1ulkA
- 12/ In addition to the above, there are some more great books on financial history that I read last year and which I would highly recommend. Sharing the links to them below: https://t.co/5Eb1KqA7dg
- @PermanentBear The book Bull by Maggie Mahar is good on this
- The rise of the financial media during the dot-com bubble was wild 22 new business publications came out in 1996 alone In 1997, almost one-third of all national newspaper ad revenues were coming from the financial services industry. per Maggie Mahar https://t.co/9xgyJjuWnW
In 1982, the Dow hovered below 1000. Then, the market rose and rapidly gained speed until it peaked above 11,000. Noted journalist and financial reporter Maggie Mahar has written the first book on the remarkable bull market that began in 1982 and ended just in the early 2000s. For almost two decades, a colorful cast of characters such as Abby Joseph Cohen, Mary Meeker, Henry Blodget, and Alan Greenspan came to dominate the market news. This inside look at that 17-year cycle of growth, built upon interviews and unparalleled access to the most important analysts, market observers, and fund managers who eagerly tell the tales of excesses, presents the period with a historical perspective and explains what really happened and why.