MoneyWeek's film theatre and book reviews – A look at some of the best financial books on the shelves at the moment, plus film and theatre reviews.
The authors have an eye for juicy anecdotes and skilfully avoid drowning the reader in too much detail.
Theatre review: Filthy Business
This is a play of hilarious dialogue and wonderful characters, says Matthew Partridge.
Book review: Who lost Russia? – How The World Entered A New Cold War
The blunders that led to a resurgence of nationalism.
Book review: Utopia For Realists, And How We Can Get There
This provocative book proposes abolishing border controls and introducing a universal basic income.
Film review: The FounderMichael Keaton’s nuanced performance combines dedication and hard work with an undertone of menace.
Four classic books from acclaimed investors that explain their methods of picking stocks and analysing companies.
Book review: Theresa May: The Enigmatic Prime Minister
A laudable induction to the world of Theresa May.
Book review: Whose Model Is It Anyway? Why Economists Need To Face Up To Reality
An entertaining pamphlet offering plenty of food for thought.
Book review: A Man For All Markets: Beating The Odds, From Las Vegas To Wall Street
A Man For All Markets is an entertaining read for those who want to beat the markets, says Matthew Partridge.
Book review: Age of Anger
Pankaj Mishra’s long-term historical approach is a refreshing contrast to those who solely blame short-term causes.