New York: Whittlesey House. Very Good- with no dust jacket. 1930. First Edition; Second Printing. Hardcover. Clean and tight in original burgundy cloth binding with black lettering. Cloth is faded at spine and fraying at spine ends. "a book which has been highly praised for the soundness and clarity of its treatment of the subject of stock speculation." From the introduction: "Stock speculation is no longer the prerogative of the wealthy few. If the war with its Liberty Loans made us a nation of investors, it is almost equally true that a prolonged bull market and the advertising it received made us a nation of speculators. Not many years ago a two million-share day brought headlines in the papers. Before the current depression it took five million shares to make news and such figures will be commonplace in the new future. .. speculation in common stocks is with us to stay and will probably increase. The more intelligence and knowledge applied to such speculation the better for all concern." . (Inventory #: 39742)
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