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What seems to me missing from Norman Brown is not only the idea of the Game
but any concept of the paperness of our paper markets, what we all learned in
basic economics as the multiplier. Grant all that compulsive work to make the ...
A stock is, for all practical purposes, a piece of paper that sits in a bank vault.
Most likely you will never see it. It may or may not have an Intrinsic Value; what it
is worth on any given day depends on the confluence of buyers and sellers that
A group of underwriters sold some stock to the public and the market on the first
day capitalized — i.e., decided — that the earnings of SDS were worth a paper
value of $50 million. That made Max's piece worth a little less than $10 million.
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What is remarkable about this book is how ie speaks to the issues that led to the meltdown of 2007 and 2008. The missage is sim;ple.. Beware.Many of the Amazon nreviewers commented on how the book is a pleasure to read. It it. there is humor as well as advice. Leer comentario completo
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