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How to Make a Million Dollars an Hour: Hedge Funds Are Siphoning Away America's Wealth--And You Can, Too

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How hedge funds make money by taking it from the rest of us--and how "you" can join them!Top hedge fund managers make more than Oprah, Rupert Murdoch, and A-Rod combined--but they aren't running news and entertainment empires or playing baseball for the New York Yankees. Aren't you curious about how these hedge fund dudes make so much doing who knows what? You may even won ...more
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Published December 18th 2012 by John Wiley & Sons
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Mike Feder
Les Leopold's new book, How To Make A Million Dollars An Hour, is written with the same passion and clarity that inform his other books and articles. He writes because he is moved to create change--in short, to help. This book, while filled with facts and solid information, is always anchored in Les's desire to set things right. He's not preaching, he's just showing you exhibits A through Z and letting you judge who's guilty.

Les calls out the villians, describes their crimes in detail, and sugge
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Dan Petegorsky
Les Leopold’s The Looting of America was one of the earliest and remains one of the best books for understanding the origins of the financial meltdown; How to Make a Million Dollars an Hour is a worthy sequel. In a twisted way, it’s also a very enjoyable read. Even though the rank injustice of it all makes your head explode, Leopold handles his material like Rolling Stone’s Matt Taibbi: his humor and sardonic wit mitigate the explosion. And though I’ve been an avid reader of much of the recent f ...more
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