Every man his own broker (stocks) by Thomas Mortimer 1769

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Post by soupy » January 17th, 2019, 6:37 am

Every man his own broker; or, A guide to Exchange-Alley .by Mortimer, Thomas, 1730-1810
Publication date 1769 the funds vulgarly known as the stocks are explained.
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Thomas Mortimer (1730–1810) was an English writer, known for his works in the field of economics. Every Man his own Broker; or Guide to Exchange Alley, London 1761. Material was supplied by Mortimer's own experience on the Stock Exchange, where, by his own account, he lost heavily in 1756

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