From the Cotton Patch to the Country Club: A Lifetime of Investing

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AuthorHouse, Dec 1, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 212 pages
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Just when you think the end of the world has come to an end for you, think again when you set your hands on this heart-pounding, Sci-Fi thriller. As six young men emerge from an underground laboratory within the Earth's crust, they are overtaken by the devastation an asteroid left after it collided with the planet. There is nothing left but death and destruction awaiting them. As they journey on to find any signs of life, strange things begin to happen. Equipment fails, items begin to disappear, and their good friend Butch is killed. Their quest soon ends at a barbaric fortress. As a place where people once hated them, everyone soon becomes very fond of them. Mutants are soon blamed for the chaos and disturbances. The community soon comes together to eliminate those things in a bloody, vicious war.
 

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Contents

The Early Years
1
Life In Uniform
39
The Defense Industry
54
The End of WW II
59
Learning A Trade
73
Life Changing Events
80
Career Changes
114
The Last Boeing Job
141
Investing Money
151
Investment Club Experience
162
Limited Partnerships And Mutual Funds
173
Other Investments
176
Investing in Real Estate
182
Life Style
200
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CHARLES WARREN has taught English and Film at the New School and Harvard University, and currently teaches Film and Writing at Tufts University. He is coeditor of Jean-Luc Godard's Hail Mary (1993) and author of T. S. Eliot on Shakespeare (1987).

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