8 edition of Lessons from the legends of Wall Street found in the catalog.
Lessons from the legends of Wall Street
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HG172.A2 L47 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 269 p. :|
|Number of Pages||269|
|LC Control Number||00022354|
Not only is this book a great history/snapshot of Wall Street, but it also introduces us to the likes of Pete Peterson, Steve Schwarzman, Eric Gleacher, Roger Altman, Dick Fuld and many : Andy Serwer. world. Wall Street was in the midst of a raging bull market, and freshly minted millionaires were being spit out a dime a dozen. Money was cheap, and a guy named Michael Milken had invented something called “junk bonds,” which had changed the way corporate America went about its business. It was a time of unbridled greed, a time of wanton.
based on a strategy outlined by Jim O'Shaughnessy in “What Works on Wall Street” (4. th. Ed) names are for identification purposes only. Quality Filter: Can we screen out the junkiest stocks to . So, of course, Wall Street wants to learn how a guy can go from selling shoes out of the back of a station wagon to building one of the most iconic and recognizable brands in the : Turney Duff.
One character that encapsulates these traits is Jordan Belfort (Di Caprio) in Martin Scorsese's latest movie The Wolf of Wall Street. Although "The Wolf" is a deplorable character and a satirical anti-hero, there are lessons to be taken from any man who rises to the top of his profession. From Graham Bowley, writing in The New York Times’s Sunday Book Review. The fall of Lehman Brothers, the year-old firm bankrupted by its hubris and perilous mortgage bets, was one of the defining episodes of the financial chief executive, Richard S. Fuld Jr., became overnight, in the words of Vicky Ward, “a poster boy for the naked avarice of Wall Street.”.
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Great Lessons from Wall Street Legends Over the past decade, I have studied many of the legends of Wall Street and have noticed several overlapping similarities in their thinking. The following list outlines great lessons from wall street legends, regardless of their investment style or background (these are not in any particular order).
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Gerald Loeb (J – Ap ) was a founding partner of E.F. Hutton & Co., a renowned Wall Street trader and brokerage was the author of the books The Battle For Investment Survival and The Battle For Stock Market promoted a view of the market as too risky to hold stocks for the long term in contrast to well known value er: E.F.
Hutton & Co. Lessons from a Legendary Millionaire Trader Jesse Livermore was born inand even though technology has changed a lot since his time, his book "Another lesson I learned early is that there is nothing new in Wall Street.
There can't be because speculation is as old as the hills.".Related: The Anti-Capitalist Bigotry of 'The Wolf of Wall Street' Don’t be shifty. I once sat in a room with a potential client and asked him how many users had downloaded his app to date.Lessons from the Greatest Stock Traders of All Time makes the choice simple, examining the careers of five traders—Jesse Livermore, Bernard Baruch, Gerald Loeb, Nicolas Darvas, and Bill O'Neil—who, more than any others over the past century, demonstrated tremendous success at conquering Wall Street.