Nonfiction November Week 1: Year in Nonfiction

Happy first (second? what is time?) day of Nonfiction November! I'm even more excited than usual to celebrate nonfiction right now, mainly because 2020 hasn't been a spectacular reading year for me (in addition to every other reason it's been the worst, obviously). My attention has been spread unusually thin and my reading is basically... Continue Reading →

The Rollercoaster Story Behind the Trillion-Dollar ‘Flash Crash’

Book review: Flash Crash, by Liam Vaughan (Amazon / Book Depository) Over 36 minutes on the afternoon of May 6, 2010, a trillion-dollar crash, "the most dramatic market collapse in recent history," occurred on the US stock market. It (mostly) rebounded when the unusual trading activity that caused it ceased, but the exact impetus behind... Continue Reading →

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