Mark Skousen on “Bears Make Headlines, Bulls Make Money”
Mark Skousen, editor of Forecasts & Strategies, has been collecting ancient proverbs, rare financial books and pearls of Wall Street wisdom since he started writing his award-winning newsletter in 1980. Now in its new third edition, his classic work, Maxims of Wall Street, is full of hard lessons and biting humor of financial gurus, brokers, plungers and peacocks of today and yesteryear. Dr. Skousen’s favorite tales and sayings of J.P. Morgan, Ben Graham, Joe Kennedy, Hetty Green, J. Paul Getty and Jesse Livermore, as well as modern-day legends Warren Buffett, John Templeton and Jack Bogle, will make history come alive in this delightful reminiscence down Wall Street.
About the Author
Mark Skousen, Ph.D., is a financial economist, university professor and author of over 25 books, including Maxims of Wall Street, The Making of Modern Economics: The Lives and Ideas of the Great Thinkers and Investing in One Lesson . He is a former economic analyst for the CIA, professor at Columbia Business School and a Forbes columnist. He is currently a Presidential Fellow at Chapman University in California.
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