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Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst.

Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst

Dan and Jennifer Reingold


10 E. 53rd Street, New York NY 10022

0060747692 $25.95

If you want a hair-raising saga of stock market activity and illegal behaviors, pick up a copy of CONFESSIONS OF A WALL STREET ANALYST: A TRUE STORY OF INSIDE INFORMATION AND CORRUPTION IN THE STOCK MARKET. It's the true autobiographical account of a top Wall Street player's experiences learning about and playing the insider game, and provides a memoir which tells how the author's initial enthusiasm for the job changed to dismay as he kept uncovering more instances of Wall Street corruption. From his initial uncovering of leaks and secret deals to his experiences of pressures from fellow bankers and deal-makers, corporate CEOs and others. He identifies people, companies, and alarming truths throughout in a book highly recommended for any businessman or Wall Street investor.
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Title Annotation:Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst: A True Story of Inside Information and Corruption in the Stock Market
Publication:California Bookwatch
Article Type:Book review
Date:Apr 1, 2006
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