Michael Lewis (Blindside, Moneyball, etc) has a nice follow-up book to his investment banking expose "Liar's Poker." Essentially, this book is about the financial crisis and tells the story of the crisis through the eyes of people who saw the coming calamity and profited from it. Think George Soros made a lot of money back in the day? Some of these guys tripled Soros' fortune.
If you're looking for actionable advice from this book, you might come away disappointed. One take-away was I learned new ways to be skeptical of the financial markets and investment banks in particular. Other than that, feel free to settle in to a well-told story.
Did anyone else gain any valuable insights that I missed here?