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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

R. H Wright “Manual of Laboratory Glass-blowing"
Chemical publishing co., inc | 1943 | ASIN: B0006AQ0O4 | 90 pages | Djvu | 1,2 MB

When Benjamin Graham died at 82, he was one of the great legends of Wall Street: brilliant, succesful, ethical--the man who invented the discipline of security analysis. Time has only enhanced his reputation, with disciples such as billionaire investor Warren Buffet's continuing to praise Graham and crediting his work in their own successes. Now, 20 years after his death, his memoirs are reaching the public at last. Graham's story is a hugely satisfying chronicle of one of the richest and most eventful lives of the century. Here is a life that will captivate Wall Streeters and history buffs alike. Graham recounts his immigrant childhood in old New York--his excellent education in the city's public schools and on scholarship at Columbia University--the first crucial deal in his professional life--the devastating effects of the Crash of '29--and the tactics that helped him and his clients survive the Depression. Graham's fascinating account also encompasses his bold efforts at currency reform--his involvement with such towering figures as FDR, Churchill, Eisenhower, and Baruch--and looks at how success took its toll on his marriage and family life.


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