"The 100 subjects I've chosen are fascinating, wacky, wild and often just weird - yet there are powerful and at times very funny": First edition of Kenneth Fisher's 100 Minds That Made The Market; Lengthily Inscribed by him prior to publication

100 Minds That Made The Market.


Item Number: 88138

Woodside, California: Business Classics, 1993.

First edition of American investment analyst Kenneth L. Fisher’s complete guide to the greatest minds in investment. Octavo, original cloth gilt. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author prior to publication on the front free endpaper, “12/15/92 For Joe Graf, Merry Christmas. Here is a pre-pub copy of my upcoming third book. I must be crazy to spend my spare time studying obscure, dead financiers. But it’s fun. I hope this book is fun for you too. See you in ’93. Ken Fisher.” Fine in a fine dust jacket.

Intended to be a light-hearted yet valuable part of any investor's library, Kenneth L. Fisher's 100 Minds That Made The Market provides a broad and concise overview of some of the greatest American investors. Beginning with 'the dinosaurs' (Mayer and Nathan Rothschild) and moving through modern journalists and authors (Charles Dow, Benjamin Graham), and into Investment Bankers and Brokers (T. Rowe Price, John C. Cabot).

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