[BOOKS] ✰ Ponzi: The Incredible True Story of the King of Financial Cons (Library of Larceny) ✺ Donald Dunn – Sunkgirls.info

[BOOKS] ✰ Ponzi: The Incredible True Story of the King of Financial Cons (Library of Larceny) ✺ Donald Dunn – Sunkgirls.info Just Who Was The Man Whose Name Has Become Synonymous With The Classic Rob Peter To Pay Paul Scam In Which Money From New Investors Is Used To Reward Earlier Ones In December 1919, He Was An Unknown Thirty Eight Year Old, Self Educated Italian Immigrant With A Borrowed Two Hundred Dollars In His Pocket Six Months Later, He Was Boston S Famed Wizard Of Finance , Lionized By The Public And Politicians Alike Based On Exclusive Interviews With People Who Knew Charles Ponzi, Lent Him Their Money, And Exposed Him, Donald Dunn S Ponzi Recreates Both One Of America S Most Notorious And Colorful Financial Con Artists And The Mad Money Hungry Era In Which He Thrived.


10 thoughts on “Ponzi: The Incredible True Story of the King of Financial Cons (Library of Larceny)

  1. Joe Spoto Joe Spoto says:

    This book was entertaining and well written I was even conned up until the endeven though I knew the outcome I do believe that the author took some liberties with the conversations It seems as if this book would make a good movie.


  2. Linda Linda says:

    Ever hear of a Ponzi scheme Remember that being applied to Enron a few years ago Ever wonder how that phrase became so popular and how the original Ponzi scheme worked Here it is The entire operation took 6 months from first investments to shutdown, which totally amazed me I had the impression that the scheme lasted several years at least Ponzi was an Italian immigrant who wanted


  3. J.C. J.C. says:

    hard to say how I feel about this one not the best written thing ever produced but the writing style was interesting the writer really takes you by the hand explaining the Ponzi scheme and helps lead the reader down the path of the con as it unfolds the problem with this is that he takes your hand with everything, turning a mundane day to day situation like walking into an office i


  4. Stephen Makin Stephen Makin says:

    I rather liked this book but it is written in an novelistic style which is a little irritating


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