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by Edwin Lefevre

eBook Wall Street stories (Short story index reprint series) download ISBN: 0836938194
Author: Edwin Lefevre
Publisher: Books for Libraries Press (1971)
Language: English
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Edwin Lefèvre (1871–1943) was an American journalist, writer, and diplomat, who is most noted for his writings on Wall Street business. Lefèvre was born George Edwin Henry Lefèvre on January 23, 1870 in Colón, Colombia (now the Republic of Panama)

Edwin Lefèvre (1871–1943) was an American journalist, writer, and diplomat, who is most noted for his writings on Wall Street business. Lefèvre was born George Edwin Henry Lefèvre on January 23, 1870 in Colón, Colombia (now the Republic of Panama). He was the son of Emilia Luísa María Santiago de la Ossa, sister of Jerónimo and María de la Ossa de Amador, and Henry Lefèvre (1841–1899). Henry was born in Jersey, in the Channel Islands and emigrated to the United States in his youth.

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Though modeled initially on Turgenev's Tales of a Sportsman, the stories soon became original inspirations woven out of Moore's memories of the peasants who lived and worked on his family estate in Mayo. It is one of the richest and most perfectly written of his works

Edwin Lefèvre (1871-1943) was an American journalist, writer, and diplomat most noted for his writings on Wall Street business.

Edwin Lefèvre (1871-1943) was an American journalist, writer, and diplomat most noted for his writings on Wall Street business. Biography: Lefèvre was born George Edwin Henry Lefèvre on January 23, 1871 in Col n, Colombia (now Republic of Panama), the son of Henry Lefèvre (1841-1899), who was for many years the general agent of the Pacific Steamship Company American for Panama; he was born in Jersey, in the Channel Islands and emigrated to the United States in his youth.

A collection of short stories in which the characters misjudge things, find themselves in the wrong place, and .

A collection of short stories in which the characters misjudge things, find themselves in the wrong place, and who doggedly follow the wrong path, such as the vegetable market stallholder who decides to stand for election against the local Mafia boss. Stephen King - who has written more than fifty books, dozens of number one New York Times bestsellers, and many unforgettable movies - delivers an astonishing collection of short stories, his first since Everything's Eventual six years ago. Показать полностью.

Wall street stories Lefevre, Edwin McGraw-Hill 9780071544849 : Presents a literary romp through the habits and customs of 19th century Wall Street. Wall street stories, Lefevre, Edwin. Варианты приобретения. This work gives us a glimpse into the gilded.

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RED
Written in the early 1900s but definitely (notwithstanding the simplicity of the short story format),and aptly captures the street and its psychology in both character traits, basic technical workings of certain market dynamics in nicely terse yet woefully realistic stories.

The thing about this book, is that, it appears to be just an old cheap book, with somewhat outdated 'dialogue', and lack of embellishment in the style of writing, yet it's so damn accurate and spot on with its plots and outcomes and presentation of prevailing human characteristics and the markets while really just talking about a handful of protagonists.

These stories are about the things that will not change, regardless of what has occured in this most recent market apocalypse.

I've read a good deal of these newer contemporary 'market books', ie) Lehman, bear sterns, the book about paulson's hedge fund, and they all fall way short of these simple stories 110 years later.

Can't really sum it up well in this review. Like I said, it appears on the surface to be chicken-scratch on toilet paper(I actually got it on the Kindle) but damn, if you ever traded or worked in banking or brokerage, you'd definitely appreciate this book.
Monin
So true and nothing has changed in regards to short term trading, especially retail trading. And Lefevre captures it so well.
Gavinranara
This is an automated transcript of the original text. The result is filled with spelling, grammar, and structural mistakes. Words and sentences are cut out, or missing. The reader will spend more time trying to make sense of the text than enjoying a literary read. I stopped reading after only a few pages. This is an insult to the writer and to literature, and a definite waste of money. DO NOT PURCHASE THIS. PLEASE DO NOT ENCOURAGE THIS DESTRUCTION OF LITERATURE. If you really want to read this book as I do, then I suggest you pay the price for the original version. It's a shame to call this a book. It's also a shame for Amazon to encourage the distribution of such junk.
Ballardana
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Zicelik
A neat collection of short stories that appeared in McClure's Magazine around 1900. Some characters reappear in different stories, but the stories are each self-contained. This is the earliest work in which I have found the short-selling quote: "He who sells what isn't his'n, Must buy it back or go to pris'n (page 173)." If you want to feel the brass Ticky-ticky-ticky-tick of the ticker then read this book. The first story "The Lady and Her Bonds" appears to have been the inspiration for Lefevre's novel "Sampson Rosk of Wall Street." If you liked "Reminiscences of a Stock Operator," you will love this book. Don't be dissuaded by the "out of print" label probably attached to this work - it cn still be found and is worth the search.