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CHARACTERS ´ Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst A True Story of Inside Information and Corruption in the Stock Market D recounts his introduction to the world of Wall Street leaks and secret deal making; his experiences with corporate fraud; and Wall Street's alarming penchant for lavish spending and multimillion dollar pay packagesReingold spars with arch rival Grubman; fends off intense pressures from Wall Street bankers and corporate CEOs; and is wooed by Morgan Stanley's CEO John Mack and CSFB's über banker Frank uattroneReingold describes instances in which confidential deals are whispered days before their official announcement He recalls the moment he learns that Bernie Ebbers's WorldCom was massively cooking its books And he is shocked to have been an unwitting catalyst for a series of sexually explicit e mails that would rock Wall Street; bring Jack Grubman to his knees; and contribute to the stepping aside of Grubman's boss Citigroup CEO Sandy We I remember reading Dan Reingold s opinions back in the 90s when it seemed like tech and telecom would never stop rising After a few years the fact that I no longer have stock options worth 100s of K isn t uite as painful so I wanted to try to figure out what happened I went looking for Blood On The Street different author same general topic when I saw this autobiography It made for some good readingMore amusing to me though was how it all ended In the last 20 or 30 pages of the book the author uestions why Elliot Spitzer stopped where he did in investigating the insider trading etc in telecom in the late 90s After the whole hooker thing I wonder now if that had anything to do with itI am now convinced than ever that trying to pick and buy stocks is a losers game if you re not actively working on wall street I m still proud of my rating on the motley fool s caps competition though where I bounce back and forth between being ranked in the 97th and 99th percentileI just hope my next job isn t chosen because of salary and stock options I worry sometimes that I may give back in to that temptation and go live in a cubicle somewhere

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CHARACTERS ´ Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst A True Story of Inside Information and Corruption in the Stock Market IllSome of Reingold's stories are outrageous others hilarious and many are simply absurd But together they provide a sobering exposé of Wall Street a jungle of greed and ego a place brimming with conflicts and inside information and a business absurdly out of touch with the Main Street it claims to serveHe shows how government investigators headlines notwithstanding never got to the heart of the ethical and legal transgressions of the era And how they completely overlooked Wall Street's pervasive use of inside information leaving investors even sophisticated professionals cheated The book ends with a series of important policy recommendations to clean up the investing businessIn the tradition of Liar's Poker and Den of Thieves Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst is a no holds barred insider's account that will open the eyes of every invest The analytical battle of Dan Reingold and Jack Grubman of the Wall StreetFront row seat of how the Telecom industry stocks dotcom went down The Deranged Cousins or Whatever greed and ego a place brimming with conflicts and inside information and a business absurdly out of touch with the Main Street it claims to serveHe shows how Intuición government investigators headlines notwithstanding never How Money Became Dangerous got to the heart of the ethical and legal transgressions of the era And how they completely overlooked Wall Street's pervasive use of inside information leaving investors even sophisticated professionals cheated The book ends with a series of important policy recommendations to clean up the investing businessIn the tradition of Liar's Poker and Den of Thieves Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst is a no holds barred insider's account that will open the eyes of every invest The analytical battle of Dan Reingold and Jack Grubman of the Wall StreetFront row seat of how the Telecom industry stocks dotcom went down

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CHARACTERS ´ Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst A True Story of Inside Information and Corruption in the Stock Market Here is the true story of a top Wall Street player's transformation from a straight arrow believer to a jaded cynic who reveals how Wall Street's insider game is really playedDan Reingold was a top Wall Street analyst for fourteen years and Salomon Smith Barney analyst Jack Grubman's chief competitor in the red hot sector of telecom Reingold was part of the Street and believed in itBut in this action packed highly personal memoir written with accomplished Fast Company senior writer Jennifer Reingold the author describes how his enthusiasm gave way to disgust as he learned how deeply corrupted Wall Street and much of corporate America had become during the roaring stock market bubble of the 1990sConfessions of a Wall Street Analyst provides a front row seat at one of the most dramatic and ultimately tragic periods in financial history Reingol The Wolf of Wall Street Shuffle PIn all seriousness this book is an eye opening shocking account All too often when we get books about the stock market and corporate greed they re written by people who have never experienced actually working and trying to hit it big on the NYSE I think it s difficult than the glamorized image of stockbrokers bond traders and investment bankers we see in fiction There s undoubtedly corruption but this book is interesting in that it s told from the point of view of a man who has actually been one of those enigmatic elite of Wall Street a man who has seen it first hand It s not necessarily a stab at capitalism nor does it stoop to fear mongering and conspiracy theories If anything it s sad than disturbing that people would be so desperate that they d allow such a system to exist in the way that it does especially in an age not too far off from the dissolution of Lehman Brothers and the Financial Crisis that left many North Americans struggling to make ends meet I m no expert by any stretch of the imagination when it comes to the stock market hell all I know of stocks is what I see in news reports on TV but you don t have to be necessarily interested in economics to get something valuable from this account


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  • Hardcover
  • 368
  • Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst A True Story of Inside Information and Corruption in the Stock Market
  • Daniel Reingold
  • English
  • 19 June 2019
  • 9780060747695