The drama of high finance is amply spotlighted in these "confessions" by the founder of one of the world's largest options trading companies, but skeptical readers anticipating self-justification are in for a happy surprise. As Ritchie casts an ironical eye on the commodities market, his fundamentalist roots, and especially himself, his wit and honesty are very appealing. Moreover, he has a genuine capacity for discerning and conveying spiritual insights--with a refreshing lack of ego inflation. God in the Pits is a welcome and unusual item in the confessional genre.
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