On the 20th anniversary of the Crash of 1929, the Saturday Evening Post asked Fred Schwed Jr., author of the book Where Are the Customers Yachts?, to write about what he had learned from it. The article, unfortunately, doesn't seem to be available ... Austin American Statesman, 2 months ago
12:38 am Schwed, Fred Jr has said that Speculation is an effort, probably unsuccessful, to turn a little money into a lot. Investment is an effort, which should be successful, to prevent a lot of money from becoming a little. Truer words haven't ...The Freepress Journal, 3 weeks ago
Where Are the Customers Yachts? was a book first published about 75 years ago in 1940 by Fred Schwed, Jr. Before he became an author, Schwed was a professional trader who eventually left Wall Street after losing a significant amount of money during ...Investing.com, 1 month ago
Looking for a last-minute Christmas gift? Over the last 10 years, Warren Buffett has been happy to recommend 18 of his favorite books. Source: The Motley Fool. The wealth of wisdom Every year since Buffett took the reins of Berkshire ...Motley Fool, 1 month ago
The funniest thing about markets is that all past crashes are viewed as an opportunity, but all current and future crashes are viewed as a risk. For months, investors have been saying a pullback is inevitable, healthy, and should be welcomed.Now, ...Motley Fool, 1 month ago 4 Things Long-Term Investors Should Never Say Motley Fool UK, 1 month ago Things Long-Term Investors Shouldn't Say Motley Fool, 2 months ago
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