The Stock Market Boom and Public Investment

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The Stock Market Boom and Public Investment

The extent and duration of the rise in stock prices, combining to make the post election boom one of the most remarkable in the financial history of the United States, are generally attributed to the existence of a large and increasing demand for corporate securities on the part of the general public. The fact that there was no profit taking during the first two months of the boom on a scale sufficient to produce a general set back ...

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