Perspectives: The Great Bull Market and Collapse, No.1, June 1932, Vol. 1

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A scarce and wonderful collection of stock charts documenting price acceleration and collapse in the 1920s and 30s.

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Perspectives: The Great Bull Market and Collapse, No.1, June 1932, Vol. 1

Alanpuri Trading, Los Angeles, 2012. Softcover, Reprint, Exact Facsimile Reprint of the Original 1932 edition, 63 pp.,

Contents: Part 1. Fifty-seven Charts of Market Leaders, (most are Monthly charts from 1920-1932), Part 2. Causes of the 1929-32 Decline and Present Outlook (15 pages), A: I. High level of stock prices, II. Commodity price decline, III. Reaction in industrial activity, IV. Decline in export trade, V. Agriculture depression, VI. Usual cyclical forces, VII. Political interference, VIII. European political crisis of 1931, IX. Financial crisis of 1931-32, X. Summary, B. Where We Stand Today, C. The Outlook., Here is a list of the 57 companies charted, 1. Air Reduction, 2. Allied Chemical, 3. Aluminum, 4. American Can, 5. American & Foreign Power, 6. American Sugar Refining, 7. American Smelting & Refining, 8. American Telephone, 9. American Tabacco B, 10. Anaconda Copper, 11. Baltimore & Ohio, 12. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, 13. Auburn, 14. Bethlehem Steel, 15. Bklyn.-Manhattan Transit, 16. J.I. Case, 17. Chesapeake & Ohio, 18. Chrysler, 19. Coca-cola, 20. Consolidated Gas (N.Y.), 21. Corn Products Refining, 22. Drug, 23. Loew’s, 24. E.E. DePont de Nemours, 25. Eastman Kodak, 26. Electric Bond & Share, 27. General Electric, 28. General Motors, 29. International Harvestor, 30 International Nickel, 31. Goodyear Tire & Rubber, 32. Kennecott Copper, 33. Johns-Manville, 34. R.H. Macy, 35. Montgomery Ward, 36. National Biscuit, 37. National Cash Register, 38. New York, New Haven & H., 39. New York Central, 40. North American, 41. Public Service of N.J., 42. Radio, 43. Sears, Roebuck, 44. Southern Pacific, 45. Southern Railway, 46. Standard Oil of N.J., 47. Texas Gulf Sulphur, 48. Timken Roller Bearing, 49. Union Carbide & Carbon, 50. Union Pacific, 51. United Aircraft, 52. U.S. Rubber, 53. U.S. Industrial Alcohol, 54. U.S. Steel, 55. Westinghouse Elec. & Mfg., 56. Western Union, 57. Woolworth. — end. 63 pp.

Publisher’s Note: This is an excellent chart reference to watch the 10 year rise and 3 year fall of these Goliath companies of their time. Most charts are full page. The first 48 pages are the company charts, and the last 15 pages are a text editorial. An excellent book of monthly charts (1920-1932) to study the technical moves of the boom and collapse.

Perspectives: The Great Bull Market and Collapse, No.1, June 1932, Vol. 1

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