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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