Financial Fiction Review: ‘The First Billion’ by Christopher Reich

Love financial fiction? So do I. And I review them for you! In this post I’m reviewing… The First Billion by Christopher Reich Financial fiction with international adventure, plenty of IPO and stock market action, big dollars, and a corrupt Russian businessman. OVERVIEW: This story is about John “Jett” Gavallan, a former pilot who now […]

Financial Fiction Review: ‘The Billion Dollar Sure Thing’ By Paul E. Erdman

Love financial fiction? So do I. And I review them for you! In this post I’m reviewing… The Billion Dollar Sure Thing by Paul E. Erdman The purest form of financial fiction… one of the originals! OVERVIEW: The Billion Dollar Sure Thing is THE original financial fiction book! It’s set in the mid-1970’s when America’s […]

Financial fiction review: ‘Graveyards Of The Banks’ by Nyla Nox

Love financial fiction? So do I. And I review them for you! In this post I’m reviewing… Graveyards Of The Banks by Nyla Nox   Financial fiction meets Dante’s Inferno meets The Office. OVERVIEW: This is the story of a young woman in London who is strapped for cash after her anthropology career falls short, […]

Financial fiction review: ‘Margin Call’

Love financial fiction? So do I. And I review them for you! In this post I’m reviewing… Margin Call Great financial fiction movie. In the the world of finance, traders can trade “on margin”, which (in VERY simplified terms) means they can trade more than they have… this is called “leverage”. Trading on margin is […]