The Mind Of Wall Street: A Legendary Financier on the Perils of Greed and the Mysteries of the Market
Most of us are in the stock market, but few of us understand how it really works. This text explains the hidden dynamics of Wall Street, and its message is urgent and disturbing. As stock prices and investor confidence have collapsed in the wake of Enron, WorldCom, and the dot-com crash, people want to know how this happened and how to make sense of the uncertain times to come. Into the breach comes one of Wall Street's legendary investors, Leon Levy, to explain why the market so often confounds us, and why those who ought to understand it tend to get chewed up and spat out.
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Rare Insight from a Seasoned Professional If you are looking for a secret formula to accumulate wealth in the stock market, don’t buy this book. Leon Levy, a founder of Oppenheimer Funds, Odyssey ... Read full review
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Levy, one of the founders of the giant Oppenheimer Fund, offers a biography of his business life with lessons and opinions based on his over 50 years on Wall Street. Both a value investor and a ... Read full review
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Leon Levy,Eugene Linden
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