Niederhoffer's 'Ecology of the Markets'

'The Ecology of Markets' is the penultimate chapter of Niederhoffer's masterpiece. In the preceding 350 pages, he has discussed, among other things, the role of games, sex and music in the markets. He has produced a deeply moving portrait of his father ' policeman and sociologist, Arthur. And, as he promised in the preface, he has avoided telling much about his, 'secret money-making systems'. Of course within nine months of the publication of his book, Niederhoffer had 'blown up', losing several

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