Benjamin Graham, the Memoirs of the Dean of Wall Street

Benjamin Graham, the Memoirs of the Dean of Wall Street

Book - 1996
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When Benjamin Graham died at 82, he was one of the great legends of Wall Street: brilliant, successful, ethical-the man who invented the discipline of security analysis. Time has only enhanced his reputation, with disciples such as billionaire investor Warren Buffet's continuing to praise Graham & crediting his work in their own successes. Now, 20 years after his death, his memoirs are reaching the public at last. Graham's story is a hugely satisfying chronicle of one of the richest & most eventful lives of the century. Here is a life that will captivate Wall Streeters & history buffs alike. Graham recounts his immigrant childhood in old New York-his excellent education in the city's public schools & on scholarship at Columbia University-the first crucial deal in his professional life-the devastating effects of the Crash of '29-& the tactics that helped him & his clients survive the Depression. Graham's fascinating account also encompasses his bold efforts at currency reform-his involvement with such towering
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, 1996.
ISBN: 9780070242692
Branch Call Number: 921 G7372
Characteristics: xxxii, 351 p. : ill.
Additional Contributors: Chatman, Seymour Benjamin 1928-


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