Everything I Know about Wall Street I Learned from My Cat
DIANE Publishing Inc., Apr 1, 1998 - 72 pages
Anyone who owns a cat knows they have an exceptional ability to promote their own interests. This same direct, blissfully self-centered focus on personal gratification fills the pages of this investment guide -- a money primer for people, based on wit and wisdom gained from observing America's favorite non-human life associates. This delightfully illustrated book has a dozen helpful hint chapters built around the utterly illogical, non-historical perspective of cat lore translated into market advice, plus a lexicon called "A Cat's Eye View of Financial Terms," and a closing section about cats and politics.
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