The Money Game
Vintage Books, 1976 - 253 páginas
"This is a modern classic." —Paul A. Samuelson, First American Nobel Prize Winner in Economics
"The best book there is about the stock market and all that goes with it." —The New York Times Book Review
"Anyone whose orientation is toward where the action is, where the happenings happen, should buy a copy of The Money Game and read it with due diligence." —Book World
" 'Adam Smith' is a veteran observer and commentator on the events and people of Wall Street.... His thorough knowledge of financial affairs gives his observations a great degree of authenticity. But the joy of reading this book comes from his delightful sense of humor. He is a lively and ingeniously witty writer who never stoops to acerbity. None of the solemn, sacred cows of Wall Street escapes debunking." —Library Journal
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That means if he published this as a scholarly paper with a colon in the middle of
the title, the academic psychologists and social scientists might jump all over him.
They would probably jump all over him anyway for the very idea of searching ...
But since we are skittering over the idea that men are not always rational, we
have to see where the idea that money is useless, or why it is useless, will lead
us. At the root of the impulse to pile up this useless money is 'fthe compulsion to
They wanted the funds that had gone up the most, on the idea that those were the
funds that would keep going up the most. So the assets of the Dreyfus Fund and
Fidelity Capital and Fidelity Trend grew by the hundreds of millions of dollars, ...
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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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