Baruch became a broker and then a partner in A.A. Housman & Company in 1881, With his earnings and commissions, he bought a seat on the New York Stock Exchange for $19,000 ($542,857 in 2015 dollars).
Bernard Baruch’s 10 Rules On How To Invest
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