In this book, Fridson examines the phenomenon of how every so often a particular financial market takes off beyond anyone?s expectations, providing investors with an average return of thirty-five percent or more in a single year.Extraordinary Moments in Stock Market History Martin S. Fridson ... That would probably be good for stocks. Slow Starter During January 1935, the Dow opened at 104.51 and closed at 101.69. Would-be bulls were reluctant to commitanbsp;...
|Title||:||It Was a Very Good Year|
|Author||:||Martin S. Fridson|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 1998|