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Louis Rukeyser's Book Of Lists: The Best, The Worst, The Funniest From The Worlds Of Business, Finance, And Politics

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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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Daryl E. Burton
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
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