When the housing market crashed in 2008, my Dad lost $40,000 of his pension fund and his salary froze for two years. I never knew what caused my Dad’s financial stagnation or even the Great Recession, mostly because I was 13 at the time. But after I read The Big Short and then watched its hilarious film adaption during college, I was astonished to learn that the greed and recklessness of a single industry cost the world tens of trillions of dollars and left 30 million people unemployed.
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