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Market History and Its Implications

Market history does not repeat itself precisely, because
always some new forces are present. But major patterns
tend to be recurring.  Smart investors do not want to be
ignorant of the major outlines of market history.


It Was a Very Good Year
     Martin Fridson      John Wiley & Sons

A Short History of Financial Euphoria
     J.K. Galbraith       Whittle Direct Books

The Trouble with Prosperity
     James Grant        Times Business

Unexpected Returns
     Ed Easterling      Cypress House

The Future for Investors
     Jeremy Siegel      Crown Publishing

Stock Cycles
     Michael A. Alexander      Writers Club Press

 

 

 

 

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