Inside Wall Street

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Beard Books, 2000 - 288 páginas

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1877
22
NYSE The Floor
44
OTC
67
NYSEUpstairs
91
Research
116
Options for the Amex
140
SEC
164
The Investment Bankers
193
Institutions
217
Images
242
Coda
265
For Further Reading
273
Bibliography
275
Index
281
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Página 119 - The market is always to be considered as having three movements, all going on at the same time. The first is the narrow movement from day to day. The second is the short swing, running from two weeks to a month or more; the third is the main movement, covering at least four years in its duration.
Página 198 - UNTERMYER: Is not commercial credit based primarily upon money or property? MORGAN: No, sir: the first thing is character.
Página 123 - It deals not only with methods of analyzing individual issues, but also with the establishment of general principles of selection and protection of security holdings. Hence much emphasis has been laid upon distinguishing the investment from the speculative approach, upon setting up sound and workable tests of safety, and upon an understanding of the rights and true interests of investors in senior securities and owners of common stocks.
Página 175 - ... although many specific recommendations for improvements in rules and practices are made in the Report of the Special Study, the report demonstrates that neither the fundamental structure of the securities markets nor of the regulatory pattern of the securities acts requires dramatic reconstruction. The report should not impair public confidence in the securities markets, but should strengthen it as suggestions for raising standards are put into practice.
Página 175 - At the outset we emphasize that, although many specific recommendations for improvements in rules and practices are made in the Report of the Special Study, the report demonstrates that neither the fundamental structure of the securities markets nor of the regulatory pattern of the securities acts requires dramatic reconstruction.
Página 193 - This squalid mess is due to nothing but Governor Roosevelt's own weakness and timidity. . . . The trouble with Franklin D. Roosevelt is that his mind is not very clear, his purposes are not simple, and his methods are not direct.
Página 176 - We are challenged to elevate our sights — to concern ourselves with new areas of cooperation before we concern ourselves with new areas of control." He suggested to the regulatory agencies that they develop new cooperation with business rather than concentrating on new controls over business. OPPOSITION TO 8. 985 We want to register our opposition to Senate bill 985 for several specific reasons. I will just give general...
Página 120 - ... time after such top or bottom has been made. Sometimes people are able to guess when prices are at the top or at the bottom, but such...

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