Play Money: My Brief But Brilliant Career on Wall Street

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Crown Publishers, 1991 - Floor traders (Finance) - 253 pages
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Just a year after she started as a lowly clerk, 18-year-old Laura Pederson was trading millions of dollars worth of stock and options and coping with the almost exclusively male world of traders and specialists. By turns hilarious and frightening, her account blows the lid off the Decade of Greed.

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PLAY MONEY: My Brief but Brilliant Career on Wall Street

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The sassy memoirs of a still young woman who had a short and bittersweet but financially rewarding career as an index options trader at the American Stock Exchange. Having quit the Univ. of Michigan ... Read full review

Play money: my brief but brilliant career on Wall Street

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Twenty-five-year-old Pedersen here recounts her five years' experience on the American Stock Exchange as an index options trader. By 22 she claims to have been a millionaire. By age 24 she quit ... Read full review


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