The financial markets tend to be just a backdrop for a novel, for a heist or something that isn't necessarily integral to it. On the whole, I don't think the financial world has been well served by novels.
One thing I hate in movies is when the camera starts circling around the characters. I find that totally fake.
Einstein was a great advocate of the notion that good ideas look absurd at the beginning. Camus expressed a similar view.
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