Today I'm offering a book by the noted author, A.T. Miller, on how to accumulate capital by investing using practical theories. During his time while working for "The Magazine of Wall Street and Business Analyst" of 90 Broad Street, New York, NY, he published his personal insights on how to make money on Wall Street.
With WWII nearing its end American's could once again begin to think about making money and this book by A.T. Miller gave the average person some very good ideas.
The book has 160 pages broken down into five parts on investing and another 9 charts showing how stocks fluctuate in the course of making money. The book measures 5 1/2" x 8".
The front and back covers are made of a stiff kind of construction paper weight. The letters on the front cover in the photos are white when in fact they are medium gray in color.
**Condition: The front and back covers are in good- condition. The inside pages are in good condition.
*Covers: There is normal surface wear, tiny tears along the edges of the top, right, and bottom of the front cover and along the edges of the top, left, and bottom of the back cover. There is a 1” tear along the top edge of the front cover and a ¾” tear along the bottom edge of the front cover. There is also a crease mark from the top edge to the bottom edge of the front cover.
*Inside pages: There are marks on some of the pages from the previous owner ranging from just a red or blue checkmark, words underlined, and numbers written in the margin of at least one page. About 38 to 47 of the 160 pages have a mark as minor as a checkmark to red and blue underlining of words.
With rationing during WWII, many paper items were donated at paper drives. I’ve only come across 8 of these books for sale. If you collect vintage books about Wall Street then I'm sure this will be a fantastic addition to your collection.
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