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Confessions of a Wall Street analyst

Author Dan Reingold concludes that US capitalism is run by an unaccountable, unrepentant and protected elite in this gripping personal history of the dotcom crash.
Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst is an exciting and revealing book about the excesses of the dotcom boom, whose pessimistic conclusions that Wall Street is unable to reform itself appear to have been vindicated by the latest crash.

The book describes the era of the superstar analysts, when research reports on the newly deregulated telecoms market and the ascending power of the internet, could make or break anything from a flimsy start-up to an established company. Dan Reingold was a top telecoms analyst at a number of bulge bracket firms during the dotcom boom of the late 1990s, ending his days at what was then called Credit Suisse First Boston now Credit Suisse....
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