13 August 2011

Some Favorite Hedge Fund Books

A Linked-In group to which I belong is discussing the not-very-burning question:  what are you favorite hedge fund books? 

Among those mentioned, in no particular order:
The Gathering Storm, ed.by Lee Robinson & Patrick Young (2010).
More Money than God, by Sebastian Mallaby (2011).
When Genius Failed, by Roger Lowenstein (2001).
Inventing Money, by Nicholas Dunbar (2000).
The Big Short, by Michael Lewis (2011).
Hedge Hunters by Katherine Burton (2007).
Julian Robertson: A Tiger in the land of Bulls and Bears by Daniel A. Strachman (2004).

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