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.

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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