Hidden categories: CS1 maint: archived copy as title Articles needing additional references from March All articles needing additional references All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from December Articles with permanently dead external links. Here he was appalled at the sophomoric, obtuse and obnoxious behavior of some of his fellow trainees, and indoctrinated into the money culture of Salomon Brothers and the Wall Street culture as a whole. In he witnessed a near-hostile takeover of Salomon Brothers but survived with his job. The book captures an important period in the history of Wall Street. He also noted that, although most arrivals on Wall Street had studied economics , this knowledge was never used; in fact, any academic knowledge was frowned on by traders. However, growing disillusioned with his work, Lewis quit the firm at the beginning of to write this book and become a financial journalist. Many read it as a "how-to manual" and asked the author for additional "secrets" that he might care to share. Liar's Poker follows two different story threads, though not necessarily in chronological order.
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