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actions and were convinced to take advantage of his convictions (Lewis, 2010). Mark Baum, a dreamer who is tired of the defilement in the budgetary business gets the information through an errant phone call to Front Point Partners and choose to unite with Vennett notwithstanding not absolutely believe him. In addition to Burry's information, they also believed that a large portion of the mortgages is overrated by the bond agencies. Vennett's plan on the issue was then supported by Jamie Shipley and Charlie Geller who were minor parties. Ben Rickert later joined them to assist. All the three parties take a chance at the belief that the banks are moronic and do not understand what is happening. For the three
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parties to gain, the must be a loss in general economy, which shows the affliction of the general investor who puts stock in the financial institutions (Lewis, 2010). Summary of economic issues The story is related to compliance in the manner it expresses the way people react at this time in order to adapt to the new financial statement that has left most of them without any gain in their places of work. This is evident in the manner majority of the people are abandoning their places of work to do something else, for example becoming investors of the estates, purchasers of home mortgage, house buyers and money lenders. This is because the investors guess that the price of buildings in the United States will nave fall. Lewis uses the incentives and data to know how the people comply with the new opportunity of the business. The street wall adapted to the
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