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u/nSuns · 2 pointsr/thewallstreet

You will never find more wisdom than from pooh


Piglet: “How do you spell ‘love’?”
Pooh: “You don’t spell it…you feel it.” —Winnie-the-Pooh

“Some people care too much. I think it’s called love.” —Winnie-the-Pooh

“Love is taking a few steps backward, maybe even more…to give way to the happiness of the person you love.” —Winnie-the-Pooh

“If there ever comes a day when we can’t be together, keep me in your heart, I’ll stay there forever."

“I think we dream so we don’t have to be apart for so long. If we’re in each other’s dreams, we can be together all the time.” —Winnie-the-Pooh

u/Bizkitgto · 1 pointr/thewallstreet

> Currently reading Think and Grow Rich. Pretty good book, even if a little over the top at times.

If you liked this, you may like The Celestine Prophecy

u/sammyakaflash · 2 pointsr/thewallstreet

I would love to pick your brain, I am researching land purchases to secure long term resource security for my family. I added you as a friend so I can find you :).

Is this the Steven Solomon book you are talking about?

u/Dr_Kitchener · 9 pointsr/thewallstreet

This is what I consider the Fixed Income Bible. It's literally written so anyone from professionals to newcomers can understand. I've also seen professionals use it as reference guide.

After reading that, move to this one. FI is all about rates and understanding rate derivs is an important aspect for trading them. This book'll show you how IRS are priced, swaptions, etc. Good one too and high recommend.


If you're looking for more esoteric material, that's only published by the big banks like JPM, DB, BofAML, etc.. Hard to find it on Amazon.

u/Literally666 · 3 pointsr/thewallstreet

In addition to Mr.ShortStrangles' book

This is the industry standard

You can find the pdf if you look.
Its also like 600 pages long & I gave up 250 pages in. I intended to come back to it ^eventually. Just decided to try & create a different strat right now.

u/Alvinarno · 1 pointr/thewallstreet

A great read The Athenian Murders By José Carlos Somoza "The Cave of Ideas", this book's title in the original Spanish, is actually a far better one; certainly more apt.

In a highly original and literary approach to crime fiction, Spanish writer Somoza's gripping English-language debut interweaves text from an ancient Greek manuscript with an account of the growing anxieties of its modern translator. In the Greek text, Heracles Pontor, "Decipherer of Enigmas," is called upon to solve the grisly killings of young men at Plato's Academy of Philosophy. Athenian tutor Diagoras, a sort of Watson to Pontor's Holmes, comes to ask the sage's help after the corpse of a handsome "ephebe" (adolescent) is discovered.
Open Library

u/mrmalfoy · 4 pointsr/thewallstreet

Fabozzi or Tuckman are essentially the Natenberg of Fixed Income. Jha is well regarded too. Of course economic theory is thrown in this also, which can lead you down many roads depending upon the school of thought.