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THE following chapters first appeared as a series of articles in THE MAGAZINE OF WALL STREET. They were later republished in book form in response to a considerable demand for information of this character. The reception accorded the first and second editions was such as to make necessary the printing of this, the third edition, which has been carefully revised. The first two editions contained a discussion of “When to Buy and Sell as Shown by the New York Bank Statement.” Because of the great changes in banking conditions as a result of the Federal Reserve System, the effect of the war in expanding loans based on Government paper, etc., the methods there explained are no longer applicable in the same way.
Moreover, the relation between money and stocks has been adequately handled in another book published by THE MAGAZINE OF WALL STREET-” Tidal Swings of the Stock Market,” by Scribner Browne-to which the reader is referred. Other matter of equal importance has been added to take the place of those chapters.
- What to Do with Idle Money
- The Three Sources of Profit in Buying Securities
- Some Underlying Principles
- Distribution of Investments for Profit
- When Should Bonds Be Bought for Profit?
- The Selection of Growing Railroad Stocks
- Watching the Standard Rails
- Investment Stocks and the Price of Capital
- Applying Cornman Sense to Industrials
- How Industrial Stocks Grow
- Buying Stocks in Dull Times
- How to Interpret the Action of the Market
Investing For Profit By George Charles Selden PDF