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Econo-geeks rejoice! The official FRED app is here. Big Picture. What you missed in our Tuesday morning linkfest. The failure of LTCM may have been the template, but the author goes on to explain other disequilibrium situations such as:. Aside from that, he took time to interview primary sources as to their own view of the events that happened, particularly at LTCM and its progeny, and it adds to what we know about the crises that he wrote about.
People need to understand that crises are a normal aspect of markets. Until you understand that crises are normal, you will always take too much risk.
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I would have eliminated the appendices if I were the editor, the audience that can benefit from the math is too narrow to be worth printing it in the book. Better you should put a PDF out on the web, and put out a slimmer book. Who would benefit from this book: If you want to understand why crises happen, buy this book. It is well-written but requires some degree of market knowledge for the reader to benefit.
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