Publisher: Vintage, 1976, 253 pages
The name of the Game is Money. It was Lord Keynes who first saw that the handling of it is a Game. And it is 'Adam Smith's' contention that all the books on money speak only of economics and statistics — and they're only half the Game. This book is about how the Money Game is played and how the players really behave.
A book written in the sixties, that just as well could have been written today (except for a few details).
This is proof that most investment bankers and fund managers are complete morons, especially in the light that they haven't changed in over 40 years (same mistakes and bad attitudes year after year).
This should be mandatory reading for anyone considering a glamorous career involving trading or any type of exchange. If you are not into these kinds of fun, avoid it, as it probably will be very boring without some knowledge of how these market works.