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Insights November 03, 2016 Roy Sebag

Socialism: Ludwig von Mises- 1922

Ludwig von Mises’s Socialism is the most important critical examination of socialism ever written. Socialism is most famous for...

Insights November 01, 2016 Roy Sebag

The Crowd: Gustave Le Bon - 1895

One of the most influential works of social psychology in history, The Crowd was highly instrumental in creating this field of study by anal...

Insights November 01, 2016 Roy Sebag

The Origins of Money: Carl Menger - 1892

Written in the same year that he testified before the Currency Commission in Austria-Hungary, and published in English in 1892, Carl Menger...

Insights October 31, 2016 Roy Sebag

Human Action: Ludwig von Miss - 1949

In the foreword to Human Action: A Treatise on Economics, Mises explains complex market phenomena as "the outcomes of...

Insights October 31, 2016 Roy Sebag

The Gold Book: Pierre Lassoed - 1990

The lure of gold transcends time, empires, monetary theories and fashion. Gold is the quintessential inflation hedge and insurance policy ag...

Insights October 31, 2016 Roy Sebag

The Predators Ball: Connie Bruck - 1989

During the '80s, Michael Milken at Drexel Burnham created the corporate raiders. He was the billionaire Junk Bond King. But, in the corner s...

Insights October 28, 2016 Roy Sebag

The Double Helix: James Watson - 1968

By identifying the structure of DNA, the molecule of life, Francis Crick and James Watson revolutionized biochemistry and won themselves a N...

Insights October 28, 2016 John Butler

The Age of Inflation: Jaques Rueff - 1964

In this book are lectures given between 1932 and 1961 by Jaques Rueff. He attacks the concept of the planned economy, which he hold responsi...

Insights October 27, 2016 John Butler

FDR's Folly: Jim Powell - 2003

This groundbreaking book pulls back the shroud of awe and the cloak of time enveloping FDR to prove convincingly how flawed his economic pol...

Insights October 27, 2016 Roy Sebag

Gold: Bob Symes - 1999

The allure of gold has captured the human imagination and inspired legends throughout history, from the ancient Egyptians, who encased their...

Insights October 26, 2016 Roy Sebag

Energies: Vaclav Smil - 1999

Energy is the only universal currency. One of its many forms must be transformed into another in order for stars to shine, planets to rotate...

Insights October 26, 2016 Roy Sebag

The Big Score: Jacquie McNish - 1999

From the windswept Labrador coast, where the massive nickel deposit was discovered, to the boardrooms of Singapore, Toronto, and Vancouver w...

Insights October 25, 2016 Roy Sebag

Margin of Safety: Seth Klarman - 1991

Investors are all too often lured by the prospect of instant millions and fall prey to the many fads of Wall Street. The myriad approaches t...

Insights October 24, 2016 James Turk

Richard Cantillon: Antoin Murphy - 1986

This is the first biography of entrepreneur and economist Richard Cantillon whose major work, Essai sur la Nature du Commerce en General (17...

Insights October 24, 2016 James Turk

Market for Liberty: Linda Tannehill - 1984

Some great books are the product of a lifetime of research, reflection, and labored discipline. But other classics are written in a white he...

Insights October 21, 2016 James Turk

The Case for Gold: Ron Paul - 1983

This important and authoritative book by two of America's leading proponents of the gold standard has been acclaimed by policy analysts, con...

Insights October 20, 2016 James Turk

The Gold Clause: Henry Holzer - 1984

Through the ages gold clauses have served as protection from inflation. Americans, however, were forbidden by law to own gold from 1934 to 1...

Insights October 20, 2016 Roy Sebag

Cosmos: Carl Sagan - 1980

Cosmos has 13 heavily illustrated chapters, corresponding to the 13 episodes of the Cosmos television series. In the book, Sagan explores 15...

Insights October 19, 2016 Roy Sebag

The Golden Constant: Roy Jastram - 1977

"The Golden Constant" is a unique examination of how gold's purchasing power has remained consistent over the centuries. First pub...

Insights October 19, 2016 John Butler

When Money Dies - Adam Fergusson: 1975

When Money Dies is the classic history of what happens when a nation's currency depreciates beyond recovery. In 1923, with its curr...

Insights October 19, 2016 Roy Sebag

Supermoney: George Goodman - 1972

Supermoney may be even more relevant today than when it was first published nearly twenty-five years ago. Written in the bright and...

Insights October 18, 2016 Roy Sebag

Hedge Hunters: Katherine Burton - 2007

Hedge Hunters has been one of the most important and best-selling books on hedge funds since its debut in November 2007. Since then, the fin...

Insights October 18, 2016 John Butler

Paul Volcker: Joseph B Treaster -2004

As the Chairman of the Federal Reserve from 1979 to 1982, Paul Volcker established himself as one of the most influential economic thinkers....

Insights October 18, 2016 John Butler

The Forgotten Man: Amity Shlaes - 2007

An illustrated edition of Amity Shlaes’s #1 New York Timesbestseller, featuring vivid black-and-white illustrations that capture this dar...

Insights October 18, 2016 Roy Sebag

Going for Gold: Mr. Jack H. Morris - 2010

Jack H. Morris details how Newmont Mining revolutionized the gold mining industry and remains today the second largest gold miner in the wor...

Insights October 18, 2016 Roy Sebag

Here on Earth: Tim Flannery - 2010

We stand at a crossroads, where comprehension of our place in nature—of our true abilities and of our history—is supremely important. We...

Insights October 18, 2016 Stefan Wieler

Oil 101: Morgan Downey - 2009

OIL 101 is a straightforward guide to oil and an essential read for anyone coming to grips with where oil prices, the economy, and society a...

Insights October 17, 2016 Roy Sebag

The House of Morgan: Ron Chernow - 2010

The winner of the National Book Award and now considered a classic, The House of Morgan is the most ambitious history ever written about an...

Insights October 17, 2016 Roy Sebag

The Money Bubble: James Turk - 2013

In their 2004 book The Coming Collapse of the Dollar, James Turk and John Rubino advised readers to bet against the housing bubble before it...

Insights October 17, 2016 Roy Sebag

Chemistry: Steven S. Zumdahl - 2013

Authors Steven and Susan Zumdahl offer all the elements instructors need for their general chemistry course. They bring a conceptual approac...

Insights October 16, 2016 James Turk

The Triumph of Gold: Charles Rist - 1962

Charles Rist explores the history of gold as a monetary standard in the United States as well as conventional misconceptions during and afte...

Insights October 14, 2016 Roy Sebag

Politics: Aristotle - 1998

What is the relationship of the individual to the state? What is the ideal state, and how can it bring about the most desirable life for its...

Insights October 14, 2016 Roy Sebag

Nicomachean Ethics: Aristotle - 1998

In the Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle sets out to examine the nature of happiness. He argues that happiness consists in ‘activity of the...

Insights October 13, 2016 Roy Sebag

The Snowball: Alice Schroeder - 2009

Warren Buffett is one of the world’s most respected men within the finance realm. Although he has humble beginnings, he is not what you wo...

Insights October 13, 2016 Roy Sebag

The Quants: Scott Patterson - 2010

In Scott Patterson’s The Quants, it is evident that mathematics and science can out rule chance. Patterson relives the moment when a group...

Insights October 13, 2016 Roy Sebag

Hooked: Nir Eyal - 2013

Published in 2013, Hooked written by Nir Eyal introduces the reader to a “hook model”, a four-step process entrepreneurs can use in thei...

Insights October 13, 2016 Roy Sebag

Currency Wars: James Rickards - 2012

Published in 2012 and written by distinguished author James Rickards, Currency Wars makes a powerful case for looming financial disaster due...

Insights October 05, 2016 Roy Sebag

Famous First Bubbles: Peter Garber -2001

Famous First Bubbles is written as a historical explanation about the three most infamous “bubbles” in finance. These bubbles include t...

Insights October 03, 2016 Roy Sebag

Debt: David Graeber - 2011

Debt: The First 5,000 Yearswas written by an American anthropologist, anarchist, and sociopolitical activist David Graeber. Graeber urges...

Insights September 28, 2016 Roy Sebag

The Fatal Conceit: Friedrich Hayek - 1991

The Fatal Conceit was written by one of the most important economists and political philosophers of the twentieth century, Friedrich Hayek....

Insights September 26, 2016 Roy Sebag

Age of Inflation: Hans F. Sennholz - 1979

Age of Inflation was written by Hans F. Sennholz. The book displays Hans life’s work devoted to monetary and financial economics. Sennhol...

Insights September 20, 2016 Roy Sebag

Civilization: Niall Ferguson - 2011

Civilization was written by financial and economical historian, Niall Ferguson. The book discusses how Western civilization has dominated ov...

Insights September 19, 2016 Roy Sebag

Shadows of the Mind: Roger Penrose -1996

Shadows of the Mind was written by English theoretical physicist and mathematician Roger Penrose. The book takes a stand on modern science a...

Insights September 16, 2016 Roy Sebag

No Bull: Michael Steinhardt - 2001

No Bull is the eventful, honest and clear autobiography by Michael Steinhardt who rose from ‘rags’ in Brooklyn to the height of Wall Str...

Insights September 16, 2016 Roy Sebag

Money of the Mind: James Grant -1994

Money of the Mind was written by James Grant. It is an insightful, clear and revealing account of American finance history and the developme...

Insights September 07, 2016 Roy Sebag

General Relativity: Robert M. Wald - 1984

General Relativity’ is a fantastic textbook on general relativity with a modern point of view written by Robert M. Wald. Robert Wald i...

Insights September 07, 2016 Roy Sebag

The Ascent of Money: Niall Ferguson - 2009

Money is a term that has been around for hundreds of years. In The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the World, author Niall Ferguson...

Insights September 07, 2016 Roy Sebag

Distress Investing: Martin Whitman - 2009

Distress Investing: Principles and Technique was written by the founder of Third Avenue Management LLC - Martin Whitman. As a leading specia...

Insights September 01, 2016 Roy Sebag

Genius: James Gleick - 1993

Published in 1992, Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman’ was written by American scientific journalist and author James Gleick....

Insights August 26, 2016 Roy Sebag

Sapiens: Yuval Harari - 2014

Published in 2014, Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind was written by Professor Yuval Noah Harari. The book covers all aspects of human hi...

Insights August 25, 2016 Roy Sebag

Antifragile: Nassim Nicholas Taleb - 2012

Published in 2012, Antifragile: Things that Gain from Disorder was written by Nassim Nicholas Taleb, arguably one of the greatest philosophe...

Insights August 24, 2016 Roy Sebag

Damn Right!: Janet Lowe - 2003

Charlie Munger is known for his billions; however, what is unique about Munger is his creative business strategies, which are above and beyo...

Insights August 23, 2016 Roy Sebag

Lords of Finance: Liaquat Ahamed - 2009

Published in 2009, Lords of Finance was written by professional investment manager Liaquat Ahamed. It is a revealing, non-fictional account...

Insights August 23, 2016 Roy Sebag

King Icahn: Mark Stevens - 2014

First published in 1993, the new 2014 edition of King Icahn was written by CEO and popular business media commentator Mark Stevens. The new...

Insights August 22, 2016 Roy Sebag

Knowledge and Power: George Gilder - 2013

In Knowledge and Power, Gilder argues that it’s time to create a new philosophy for consumer spending in America. Published in 2013, this...

Insights August 22, 2016 Roy Sebag

Den of Thieves: James Stewart - 1992

Published in 1992, Den of Thieves is a world-renowned book written on the insider-trading scandal that nearly destroyed Wall Street. Written...

Insights August 19, 2016 Roy Sebag

Zero to One: Peter Thiel - 2014

Zero to One, written by serial entrepreneur Peter Thiel and Blake Masters, provides an intellectual framework that can be used to identify p...

Insights August 15, 2016 Roy Sebag

Deep Simplicity: John Gribbin - 2004

Nothing is more complex than the study of complexity itself. Written by astrophysicist John Gribbin, Deep Simplicity discusses the study of...

Insights October 07, 2015 Roy Sebag

A World in Debt: Freeman Tilden - 1935

Published in 1935, at the depth of the Depression, A World in Debt is a powerful indictment of the debt system. It is written in an eloquent...