Ponzi Regulation

Myth vs. Reality in Fighting Financial Fraud

Non-Fiction - Gov/Politics
406 Pages
Reviewed on 06/07/2014
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Reviewed by Samantha Rivera for Readers' Favorite

Ponzi Regulation by Chidem Kurdas is not just any old story; it’s the truth of financial schemes and scams that have been going on for a very long time. It will tell you the ways that people can and have stolen from others, and give you ideas of what to watch out for. If you don’t know some of the biggest financial scams of the current era, then this is a book you’ll definitely want to read. The financial world has long been a mystery to many of us and that’s why it is so important that we jump the hurdles and overcome the troubles from the past to truly understand this world and what our part in it is. The less we know the more opportunity others have to hurt us, and that’s not something we can allow to happen.

A thorough understanding of money and the schemes that people (and corporations) use to get it from us is essential. But understanding financial textbooks and ‘protect yourself’ programs is typically more difficult than actually dealing with the aftermath of the problem. With Ponzi Regulation by Chidem Kurdas you’ll actually be able to understand what is being said and that means you’ll be better able to protect yourself from the dangers that could be coming your way in the financial market. This is a book everyone should read, but especially if you’re investing money in larger corporations and trusting them not to do what Madoff and others have done in the past. Are you sure you can trust them?