Other financial books usually describe what things are, the markets, the financial products, the tricks and how to use them.
In contrast, this book does not describe investment products nor really how to use them. Instead, this book describes what is behind the financial products, what makes them move, what pushes things up or down, the dynamic behind the economy, behind the markets. For example, it describes the effect of monetary stimulus, monetary injection, ‘printing’ money and its interaction between economic entities.
You should not expect this book to teach you your investment choices; for that, you can use the other books. Instead, you should expect this book to teach you what is behind the markets, what makes them move so you have the knowledge to compete and outperform a Wall Street expert.