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A short history of financial euphoria – John Kenneth Galbraith

Updated: Mar 19, 2021

A short history of financial Euphoria reviews the major speculative episodes of the last three centuries, from "Tulipomania" in 1636 to Black Monday in 1987 and numerous examples in between. The book illustrates the unbroken cycle of boom and bust which economies undergo, and demonstrates that money and intelligence are not necessarily linked.

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