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Liam Vaughan


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Liam Vaughan is an investigative journalist for Bloomberg and Bloomberg Businessweek. He has been awarded the Gerald Loeb prize for excellence in business journalism and the Harold Wincott prize for financial journalism.

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Liam Vaughan, Flash Crash: A Trading Savant, a Global Manhunt, and the Most Mysterious Market Crash in History

“spent 36 years trying to find happiness on a path built on a lie,” he told the judge. “I made more money than I could have imagined. I did the things society says will give you happiness, and when they didn’t I didn’t know where to look.” Sarao had been addicted to trading, he said, but during his time in prison he came to realize that trading wasn’t bringing him “deeper meaning.” After his release, his brother gave him a spiritual book that opened the door to a new way of living. “Money doesn’t buy you happiness,” Sarao said. “And I’m glad I know that now.”
Liam Vaughan, Flash Crash: A Trading Savant, a Global Manhunt, and the Most Mysterious Market Crash in History

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