10 Rules for Investors [cover title].
Pre-1929 Crash stock market investing tips and prospectus for Barron’s, “The National Financial Weekly”
1929 pre-Crash stock market investing tips from noted financial adviser A. Vere Shaw (1887–1970). Shaw was “...a founding member of the Investment Counsel Association of America, was a political conservative, but nevertheless was an early advocate of some of the stock market reforms later enacted in the first two terms of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Administration.”¹
The booklet functions here as a prospectus for Barron’s magazine, “The National Financial Weekly.” Subscription information is given and the magazine’s coverage of the stock market, the business world, and its investment suggestions are touted.
Description: 10 Rules for Investors [cover title].
[Np: Hugh Bancroft, Publisher, (1929). pp. Pamphlet. 7¾ x 5¼ inches. Printed wrappers. Brief handling; some creasing to lower wrapper; very good.
Note. 1. A.VERE SHAW DIES; FINANCE ADVISER - The New York Times accessed online. OCLC: Yale, Northwestern, University of Minnesota, Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton.