- Reco reading for the long weekend. Both works are intricately related. Speculation drives debt drives speculation. The former is an imp work in the context of crypto which gets a bad rap as v speculation driven. Turns out propensity to trade & speculate are as old as civilisation https://t.co/CT07jGlpPc
- @balajide I have yet to find one. But Devil Takes the Hindmost has a good chapter on it
- @KShannon14 For me it was mostly just the process of becoming a regular reader but here are some books I listed in my first book that had an impact on my thinking as an investor https://t.co/AA2ldfQawI
- @BoozeBreath Not an entire book but this one has an excellent chapter on it https://t.co/oHOtPjorGQ
- 14/ https://t.co/ABfbwKuCtI
- On today's show we gave some of our favorite books on historical market panics: Devil Take the Hindmost by Edward Chancellor https://t.co/EKHdmWfXZL Once in Golconda by John Brooks https://t.co/fy3nE6beXk The Great Crash 1929 by John Kenneth Galbraith https://t.co/dGTh9tWCev
- A fascinating account on how “this time it’s different” keeps on repeating for centuries across different cultures and economies. https://t.co/wZSZm9Iw11
Examines stock market speculation since the seventeenth century, discussing the range of motivations of investors and the effects on economies throughout history.