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Money for Nothing

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Nearly 100 years after its creation, the power of the U.S. Federal Reserve has never been greater. Markets and governments around the world hold their breath in anticipation of the Fed Chairman’s every word. Yet the average person knows very little about the most powerful—and least understood—financial institution on earth.

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Top 5 Highly-Rated Reviews


Top 5 Poorly-Rated Reviews
  • 1. Ricardo Baca 
    Ricardo Baca’s “Federal Reserve 101” Is Opinionated and Comparitive
  • 2. Brent Simon 
    Brent Simon’s “Inside the Federal Reserve” Seems Overly Dramatic and Rough
  • 3. Martin Tsai 
    Tsai’s “A Worrying Look at Federal Reserve” Is More Boring Than a Textbook
  • 4. Greg Evans 
    Greg Evan‘S “Bernanke Gets Rapped” Sums Things Up Succinctly
  • 5. Todd Jorgenson 
    Todd Jorgenson’s “Money for Nothing: Inside the Federal Reserve” Offers Brief Praise


5 Other Reviews
  • Brian Orndorf 
    Brian Orndorf’s “Inside the Federal Reserve” Is Careful, Thorough, and Slow
  • Michael O'Sullivan 
    O’ Sullivan’s “‘Money’ Movie Review” Articulately Warns of Scary Economists
  • Frank Swietek 
    Swietek’s “Money for Nothing: Inside the Federal Reserve” a Well-Reasoned Treatise
  • Michael Nordine 
    Nordine’s “An Unsubtle Agenda Undermines” a Solid, Fact-Based Roundup
  • Sheryl Jean 
    Sheryl Jean’s “‘Money for Nothing’ Aims to Explain” a No-Nonsense Run for Your Money