Benjamin Graham. The Memoirs of the Dean of Wall Street by Seymour Chatman

Benjamin Graham. The Memoirs of the Dean of Wall Street by Seymour Chatman

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Benjamin Graham. The Memoirs of the Dean of Wall Street by Seymour Chatman

Benjamin Graham. The Memoirs of the Dean of Wall Street by Seymour Chatman

Benjamin Graham. The Memoirs of the Dean of Wall Street by Seymour Chatman

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Forex Trading – Foreign Exchange Course

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Foreign exchange, or forex, is the conversion of one country’s currency into another.
In a free economy, a country’s currency is valued according to the laws of supply and demand.
In other words, a currency’s value can be pegged to another country’s currency, such as the U.S. dollar, or even to a basket of currencies.
A country’s currency value may also be set by the country’s government.
However, most countries float their currencies freely against those of other countries, which keeps them in constant fluctuation.

When Benjamin Graham died at 82, he was one of the great legends of Wall Street: brilliant, succesful, ethical-the man who invented the discipline of security analysis. Time has only enhanced his reputation, with disciples such as billionaire investor Warren Buffet’s continuing to praise Graham and crediting his work in their own successes. Now, 20 years after his death, his memoirs are reaching the public at last. Graham’s story is a hugely satisfying chronicle of one of the richest and most eventful lives of the century. Here is a life that will captivate Wall Streeters and history buffs alike. Graham recounts his immigrant childhood in old New York-his excellent education in the city’s public schools and on scholarship at Columbia University-the first crucial deal in his professional life-the devastating effects of the Crash of ’29-and the tactics that helped him and his clients survive the Depression. Graham’s fascinating account also encompasses his bold efforts at currency reform-his involvement with such towering figures as FDR, Churchill, Eisenhower, and Baruch-and looks at how success took its toll on his marriage and family life.

From Publishers Weekly

both still in print.
Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc.

From Booklist

Graham has been called the father of financial analysis, and his strategy of value investing is enthusiastically touted by no less than investor extraordinaire Warren Buffett. Graham’s principles have been popularized in numerous editions of his Intelligent Investor. His Security Analysis (now Graham and Dodd’s Security Analysis, 1988) is a treasure in more ways than one; copies of the 1934 first edition have sold for as much as $7,500. (Check your stacks!) Graham died in 1976, but when he was in his 60s and 70s he had written an account of his life, called Things I Remember. Seymour Chatman, from the University of California at Berkeley, has edited Graham’s reminiscences and provides a lengthy introduction to them. They focus on Graham’s first 40 years and provide a highly personal look at the influences on Graham’s life. David Rouse

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Seymour Chatman

Seymour Chatman died at his home in Berkeley November 4, 2015, at the age of 87. An internationally acclaimed literary critic and narratologist, he introduced and refined many of the basic terms used to describe narrative. In 2012, the International Society for the Study of Narrative conferred on Seymour Chatman a Lifetime Achievement Award for the “foundational contributions his work has made to the discipline of narrative theory,” citing particularly the “the brilliance and impact” of his 1978 book, Story and Discourse: Narrative Structure in Fiction and Film.

Born August 30, 1928, in Detroit, Michigan, Seymour received his B.A. (1948) and M.A. (1950) degrees in English from Wayne State University. At Cornell University in 1951-52, he worked as a Research Associate on a translation project sponsored by the State Department, then spent 1952-53 as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Groningen, Holland. He received his Ph.D. in English language and literature from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, in 1956 and became an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Pennsylvania from 1956 until 1960 when he joined the faculty at Berkeley. After serving for a year as Lecturer in the English Department, Seymour moved to a ladder faculty position in the Department of Speech in 1961 and was a founding member in the 1960s of what became the Rhetoric Department in 1970.

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