POST-WAR SAVINGS AND INVESTMENTS by Laurnce K. Sloan

POST-WAR SAVINGS AND INVESTMENTS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Sub-titled ""a study of the opportunities for saved capital available to the American people, and an appraisal of the past and probable future hazards of savings and investments"" -- written by the vice-president of Standard & Poor's (gold seal name in the investment world)- this small book is a survey of the field for the individual investor who knows something about the subject, can read and understand charts, and interpret index figures. Three ideal attributes of saved funds are indicated. The extent to which varied types of investments approximate them is discussed with conservative realism. This is in no sense a primer for innocents or a bait for gamblers.

Pub Date: Nov. 7th, 1945
Publisher: Harper