A Bull's Roar: Making Money on the Australian Stock Exchange in the '90s
A guide to share investment in the 1990s. Key developments (such as electronic trading and the Australian dollar becoming a junk currency) are discussed in conjunction with an historical overview. Includes a detailed glossary and chapter references. The author has written over 30 books, including TThe Intelligent Investor's Guide to Share Buying'.
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