Capital Ideas The Improbable Origins of Modern Wall Street

Bernstein, Peter L.

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Bernstein, Peter L.
DATE
1993
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9780029030127
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ENGLISH
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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction: The Revolution in the Wealth of Nations PART I Setting the Scene 1. Are Stock Prices Predictable? PART II The Whole and the Parts 2. Fourteen Pages to Fame 3. The Interior Decorator Fallacy 4. The Most Important Single Influence PART III The Demon of Chance 5. Illusions, Molecules, and Trends 6. Anticipating Prices Properly 7. The Search for High P.Q. PART IV What Are Stocks Worth? 8. The Best at the Price 9. The Bombshell Assertions 10. Risky Business 11. The Universal Financial Device PART V From Gown to Town 12. The Constellation 13. The Accountant for Risk 14. The Ultimate Invention PART VI The Future 15. The View from the Top of the Tower Notes Bibliography and Other Sources Name Index Subject IndexBernstein, Peter L. is the author of 'Capital Ideas The Improbable Origins of Modern Wall Street', published 1993 under ISBN 9780029030127 and ISBN 0029030129.

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