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Obscene Gestures of an Invisible Hand: Financial Doom and the Death of Culture - The Lighter Side

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Jack Klein is a young theoretical physicist turned Wall Street wizard, using chaos theory to beat markets and questioning why he left the life of the mind. Then a flammable hairpiece and irate commuters trigger a bizarre chain of events, collapsing a foreign currency and raising him to the pinnacle of finance. Soon, Jack finds the fluke that brought him stardom sets in mot ...more
Paperback, 196 pages
Published December 28th 2004 by Lulu.com
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