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Louis Rukeyser's Book Of Lists: The Best, The Worst, The Funniest From The Worlds Of Business, Finance, And Politics
Where are the top places in America to avoid bankers? Where are the healthiest places to live? What were the worst-performing NASDAQ stocks last year? And the best-performing? Who are the most generous people in America? What is the cost per victory in Major League Baseball? And in the NBA? Who are the highest-paid female executives? What is your risk of being audited by t ...more
Hardcover, 257 pages
Published January 1st 1997 by Henry Holt & Company
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I generally liked the list of topics that Mr. Rukeyser discussed in this book. His first book, "How To Make Money On Wall Street", was my favorite. I started to invest in the precious metals market in the late 1970's while I was approximately 23 years old. Having lost my initial cash investment, I came across a PBS program, "Wall Street Week", hosted by a gentlemen named Louis Rukeyser. His book, "How To Make Money On Wall Street", was offered to television viewers who donated about thirty dolla ...more