First Edition of Robert Rhea's The Dow Theory

  • The Dow Theory: An Explanation of Its Development and an Attempt to Define Its Usefulness As An Aid In Speculation.
  • The Dow Theory: An Explanation of Its Development and an Attempt to Define Its Usefulness As An Aid In Speculation.

The Dow Theory: An Explanation of Its Development and an Attempt to Define Its Usefulness As An Aid In Speculation.

$275.00

Item Number: 81111

New York: Barron's, 1932.

First edition of this classic work by one of the pioneering figures in the history of Dow Theory. Octavo, original cloth. In very good condition, contemporary pencil notes, lacking the front free endpaper.

Originally published serially by Barron's, it is an explanation of Dow Theory development and an attempt to define its usefulness as an aid to speculation. Rhea carefully studied 252 editorials of Charles H. Dow and William Peter Hamilton in order to present Dow Theory in terms that would be useful for the individual investor.

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