In early 2000s, the bottom dropped out of the life of New Yorker writer David Denby when his wife left him and he faced the loss of his New York apartment. Seized by the 'irrational exuberance' of the stock market, then approaching its peak, Denby joined the investment frenzy with a goal: to make one million dollars so he could buy out his wife's share of their place. He plunged into a season of mania and was swept forward on the alternating currents of hope, greed, hucksterism, and American optimism that caught up so many in that era-with cataclysmic results. -from the audiobook cover
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