The Hidden and Unknown Life of Stock Market Syndicates (1962) by C.M. Flumiani
Alanpuri Trading, Los Angeles, 2013, Softcover, Reprint. Exact facsimile of the First Edition originally published by The Institute for Economic and Financial Research, Albuquerque, NM in 1962.
Contents: This book in divided up into five parts. Part one deals with Stock Market Trading Syndicates in general. What they are: their nature, characteristics and goals. This part runs from page 9 to page 15. Part two deals with one of the most important functions of the syndicate: the function which consists in the choice of the right stock. Obviously, the choice of the “right” stock would eliminate most of the syndicate’s difficulties. To be “right” a stock should answer certain basic requirements. This part enumerates and elaborates these basic requirements. Pages 15 to 22. Part three deals with the actual operations of the syndicates. It answers the question: what do syndicates do after they have chosen the “right” stock in order to achieve their objectives? The steps they follow are indicated. Pages 23 to 31. Part four contemplates the trajectory of the syndicate. It studies the syndicate as a dynamic entity in its operations: the course the syndicate takes in its efforts to achieve its objectives or to recognize its failure. Pages 31 to 35. Part five takes up the matter of the syndicate from the view-point of the average investor. To what good is the syndicate to me? How can I benefit from the existence and the activities of the syndicate? Can I form a syndicate of my own. Pages 35 to 37. — Includes two hand-scribbled illustrations, Extremely Scarce, 37 Pages, Collectible.
The Hidden and Unknown Life of Stock Market Syndicates by C.M. Flumiani