Fifty Years in Wall Street, Part 1

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Kessinger Publishing, Jul 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 616 pages
Twenty-Eight Years In Wall Street Revised And Enlarged By A Resume Of The Past Twenty-Two Years, Making A Record Of Fifty Years In Wall Street. Author Henry Clews Was A Giant Figure In Finance During The Late Nineteenth Century, And His Firsthand Account Brings This Colorful Era To Life Like Never Before. This Version Of An Investment Classic Touches On A Wide Range Of Important Financial Issues, Including: The Causes And Consequences Of Wall Street Panics The Influence Of Wall Street On National Politics How Individuals Like Jay Gould, Daniel Drew, And Commodore Vanderbilt Made Their Fortunes The Characteristics Of Winning And Losing Speculators How Operators Attempted To Corner The Markets For Individual Stocks 360 Seiten.

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