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“A cynical if often hilarious view of finance. . . In his time as a banker, Varelas met a host of

memorable characters whom he depicts with a candor that ranges from the loving to the vicious.―

(The Deal)“Both disturbing and fascinating.― (Booklist)“This book bites the hand that

feeds it.― (CNBCâ€s Squawk Box)“An insiderâ€s view of how an increasingly abstract

financial system fails to align with human needs…Poignant…fascinating…alarming.― (Kirkus

Reviews)“People have come to believe the financial industry is not their ally, that itâ€s pitted

against them and most of society. In this engaging and important book, Chris Varelas shows

how the world of money became so complicated and risky—and why itâ€s vital we understand

how to fix it.― (Walter Isaacson, author of The Innovators)“The best books about the world

of money have less to do with finance and more to do with fascinating people and Varelas

delivers. We meet porn stars, internet influencers, and Pablo Escobarâ€s money launderer,

as he recounts his experiences in the industry, revealing important insights about ourselves and

the vagaries of Wall Street. Even those who donâ€t care much for stories of the financial

world will enjoy this book immensely.― (Scott Nations, A History of the United States in Five

Crashes)“Varelas has written a relatable, insightful, and often very funny treatise on how, why,

and when our financial system started going off the rails and what might be done to fix. Itâ€s

Liarâ€s Poker with a twist of Why Wall Street Matters thrown in for good measure.― (William

D. Cohan, author of House of Cards) Responsible for brokering some of the biggest mergers

and acquisitions in finance, Chris Varelas was listed among the top 100 dealmakers by the

New York Times and was named top technology rainmaker by DealMakers MonthlyÂ

magazine. After working as Citiâ€s head of technology, media, and telecommunications during

the first dot-com boom and then leading the companyâ€s national investment bank and regional

offices, Varelas left Citi in 2008 to cofound Riverwood Capital, a premier private equity firm in

Silicon Valley. Dan Stone worked for many years at the National Endowment for the Arts as a

program manager for the agencyâ€s national initiatives, while also writing and producing dozens

of radio documentaries about jazz and classic novels. He founded and served as editor-in-chief

of Radio Silence, a magazine of literature and rock & roll, and he coedits the college textbook

Literature: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, Drama, and Writing. Stone owns North Light in


Oakland, California, a hybrid of a bar, bookstore, and record shop.

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