Confessions of a Stockbroker: You, Too, Can Find Tomorrow's Blue Chips Before Wall Street Finds Them

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Prentice Hall, 1992 - Business & Economics - 274 pages
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Andrew Lanyi's track record in identifying new growth companies has earned him the unofficial title of Wall Street's most recognized and successful broker. Now in this fascinating professional and personal memoir, Lanyi shares the secrets of his 33 years in the financial market, disclosing how he became one of the most successful brokers ever, amassing a fortune not only for himself but for many of his clients, too. He discusses his mistakes as well as his greatest triumphs. Readers are also let in on the techniques he uses from cold calling to analyzing new companies and industries. Written in an anecdotal style, this book provides a wealth of advice that brokers and sophisticated investors won't want to miss.

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Where It All Began
So You Want to Be a Stockbroker?
The Fundamental Factor of Success

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