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D-Day +1

June 6th was the 71st anniversary of D-Day and the Normandy landings of 1944., dubbed the largest amphibian military assault in history. 156,000 troops landed on a 50-mile stretch of the French Normandy coastline on the morning of June 6th.  A large complex deception plan was enacted to deceive the Germans about exactly where and […]

Traders, Guns & Money

Image via Wikipedia 1987 – publication of Tom Wolfe‘s Bonfire of the Vanities. 1989 – publication of Michael Lewis‘ Liar’s Poker. 2006 – publication of Satyajit Das‘  Traders, Guns and Money. A steady stream of books by traders who can write, or writers who know something about trading. The essential message of these novels, though, […]