Wall street capital management long term genius failed term capital long term capital rise and fall john meriwether federal reserve roger lowenstein nobel prize hedge funds financial markets salomon brothers well written financial system myron scholes warren buffett must read robert merton. When genius failed the rise and fall of long term capital management is a book by roger lowenstein published by random house on october 9 2000 the book puts forth an unauthorized account of the creation early success abrupt collapse and rushed bailout of long term capital management ltcm ltcm was a tightly held american hedge fund founded in 1993 which commanded more than 100 billion . Long term capital management was a hedge fund made up of a group of former hotshot bond traders from solomon bros together with some high powered financial academics including two nobel prize winners and one former central banker they were the biggest stars in the business and they had all . Roger lowenstein formerly a financial journalist for the wall street journal and today a columnist for smartmoney has written a riveting narrative and the most comprehensive account to date of the hedge funds short and spectacular career when genius failed the rise and fall of long term capital management. Read when genius failed the rise and fall of long term capital management by roger lowenstein available from rakuten kobo sign up today and get 5 off your first purchase charts are best viewed on a tablet picking up where liars poker left off literally in the bond dealers desks of sal
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