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Financial Serial Killers: Inside the World of Wall Street Money Hustlers, Swindlers, and Con Men
- Inside the World of Wall Street Money Hustlers, Swindlers, and Con Men
- Lu par : Rob Granniss
- Durée : 7 h et 56 min
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Financial Serial Killers: Inside the World of Wall Street Money Hustlers, Swindlers, and Con Men begins with an old Latin phrase: "Greed is the root of all evil". Beginning with this aphorism, authors Tom Ajamie and Bruce Kelly go on an in-depth tour of history's most ruthless cons and con men. Performed by Rob Granniss, this account of pyramid and Ponzi schemes takes on all the excitement of a Hollywood heist film. Informative and entertaining, Granniss does these riveting true stories of injustice true justice.
How to make sure you don't fall victim to the next Bernie Madoff.
By using true tales of thieves, swindlers, and fraudsters at work, Financial Serial Killers illustrates how these perpetrators get their hooks into investors' wallets, savings accounts, and portfolios - and never let go. The worst financial crisis since the Great Depression revealed that thousands of mom and pop investors had lost millions to so-called Mini-Madoffs. They are the thieves and conmen who had used phony financial acumen to steal investors' money, wipe out savings, and damage lives.
Financial Serial Killers reveals the cons, from the grand to picayune, that advisers cultivate with their victims - relationships that are essential to the fraud. Take the story of Lillian, the little old lady who invested with Warren Buffett, one of the richest men in the world. After her husband died, she thought her family's treasure of $24 million in stock controlled by Buffett was safe. It was - until a family relative introduced the 89-year-old grandmother to a pair of unscrupulous insurance agents who convinced her to reinvest her savings in life insurance - decimating her nest egg while padding the agents' pockets.
Lillian's story, as well as other accounts of deceit and fraud are the core of Financial Serial Killers. Listeners will learn how to better protect their family's wealth and savings after listening to this book.