Every Man His Own Broker

Every Man His Own Broker

Or, A Guide to the Stock-Exchange. In Which the Several Classes of the Public Funds, Commonly Called the Stocks, Are Distinctly Explained; and the Mode of Transterring, or of Buying and Selling Them. Is Rendered Intelligible for Persons Desirous to Transact Their Own Business. The Mystery and Iniquity of Stock-Jobbing Is Laid Open-The Present State of the National Dest, Both Principal and Interest Is Accurately Drawn Up-and A Great Variety of New and Useful Directions Are Given, With Tables. Respecting India Stock-Banking-Adventuring in State-Lotteries-Preventing Losses by the Destruction of Bank Notes, &c. by Fire-Legal Advice and Caution to the Finders of Notes, Bills, or Other Paper-Securities for Many-Rules for Forming A True Judgement When the Stocks Will Rise or Fall in Their Prices-Caution Against False Intelligence-A New Table of Equation, &c. With, An Appendix, Containing Exact Lists of the Holidays-Payment of Dividends-Expences of Transacting Business in the Funds-Miscellaneous Information; and Directions to Strangers to Find Their Way Readily to the Different Offices at the Bank, South-Sea, and India Houses. Quid Faciunt Leges, Ubi Sola Pecunia Regnat. The Twelfth Edition, Considerably Improved. By Thomas Mortimer, Author of Many Approved Commercial and Historical Works

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Publisher: London : printed for W.J. and J. Richardson, under the Royal-Exchange, 1798
Characteristics: xxii,[2],257,[18]p.,table ; 120

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