Liar’s Poker Key Insight Of Book Summaries Wall Street---the heaven of wealth and the hell of lies
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Liar’s Poker is a classic masterpiece describing the business culture of Wall Street in the 1980s. Based on his own personal experience, the author vividly depicts a series of typical scenes in Wall Street financial circles, such as transactions, gambles, wealth, bankruptcies, swearing, and politics. The author uses the game that swept Wall Street at the time, namely “Liar’s Poker,” as a metaphor for the trading games that were turbulent and full of lies.

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