A timeless classic on all things financial
Books of investment advice have been around forever, but few have stood the test of time as well as The Common Sense of Money and Investments. Written by Merryle Stanley Rukeyser in 1924, it offers commonsense insight on everything from how to detect a charlatan to how to select an honest broker. With a charming, straightforward style, this timeless book proves that the best investment advice is eternal.
∗ Foreword by Louis Rukeyser
∗ Covers the period after the dawn of the Liberty Bond and before the Crash