Devil Take The Hindmost

Author: Edward Chancellor
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Here are brokers underwriting risks that included highway robbery and the "assurance of female chastity"; credit notes and lottery tickets circulating as money; wise and unwise investors from Alexander Pope and Benjamin Disraeli to Ivan ...

Boombustology

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Edward Chancellor, Devil Take the Hindmost: A History of Financial Speculation (
New York, NY: Plume, 1999). 14. Ibid. 15. For more detailed analysis, see Milton
Friedman and Anna Jacobson Schwartz, The Great Contraction: 1929–1933 (
Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1963). 16. For more
detailed analysis, see Ben S. Bernanke and Kevin Carey, “Nominal Wage
Stickiness and Aggregate Supply in the Great Depression,” in Ben S. Bernanke,
Essays on the ...

Intellectual History Of Economic Normativities

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12. 13. NOTES 1. Marion Fourcade, Philippe Steiner, Wolfgang Streeck and
Cornelia Woll, “Moral categories in the financial crisis,” Socio-Economic Review
11 (2013): 601–27. 2. Campbell Jones, Can the Market Speak? (Winchester:
Zero Books, 2013). 3. Edward Chancellor, Devil Take the Hindmost: A History of
Financial Speculation (New York: Plume, 1999), 328–30. 4. Joseph Stiglitz,
Freefall: Free Markets and the Sinking of the Global Economy (London: Penguin
Books, 2010).

Finance Development March 2000

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Edward Chancellor, Charles Kramer, Thomas L. Friedman, Ian S. McDonald,
Muhammad Yunus, Paul Streeten, Derek Leebaert, Diane Coyle, Dennis Jones,
Norman K. Humphreys and Margaret Garritsen de Vries Edward Chancellor Devil
Take the Hindmost A History of Financial Speculation Farrar, Straus & Giroux,
New York, 1999, xiv + 386 pp., $25/Can$39.95 (cloth). EDWARD CHANCELLOR
has written a detailed history of financial speculation and the excesses that
surround it.

Financial Speculation

Author: Gerald Ashley
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Berlinski, David, A Tour ofthe Calculus: The Philosophy of Mathematics (William
Heinemann, London, 1995). Chancellor, Edward, Devil Take The Hindmost: A
History of Financial Speculation (Macmillan, 1999). Davies, Glyn,A
HistoryofMoney: From Ancient Times to the Present Day (University ofWales
Press, Cardiff, 1995). Douglas, Mark, The Disciplined Trader (Prentice Hall, 1990
). Eastaway, Rob & Wyndham, Jeremy, Why Do Buses Come in Threes? – The
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A Letter To Rick Ideas From The Factory Floor

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8 Page 123 Devil Take the Hindmost. A History of Financial Speculation. By
Edward Chancellor Published by Plume 2000. 9Page 112 Manias, Panics and
Crashes. A History of Financial Crises. By Charles P. Kindleberger and Robert Z.
Aliber. Published by Wiley & Sons 2005. 10 Page 134 Devil take the Hindmost. A
History of Financial Speculation. By Edward Chancellor Published by Plume
2000. 11EN6 - Pages 36-37 1848 Year of Revolution by Mike Rapport Published
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Straight Talk On Investing

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Devil Take the Hindmost: A History of Financial Speculation. Edward Chancellor
writes:1 "Speculators did not buy bubble company shares as long-term
investments; they bought them with the intention of selling them on to greater
fools. In a very short time. however. they were to discover that there were no
greater fools in the market than themselves." Thousands of fortunes. both large
and small. were ruined in the collapse of the South Sea Bubble. Some banks
failed because they had ...

A History Of Financial Crises

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Devil Take the Hindmost: A History of Financial Speculation. New York: Plume.
Conant, Charles A. 1969 [1927]. A History of Modern Banks of Issue. New York:
Augustus M. Kelley. The Economist. 2008. “The Beauty of Bubbles.” December
18. Online: www. economist.com/node/12792903. Gayer, Arthur G., W. W.
Rostow and Anna Jacobson Schwartz. 1953. The Growth and Fluctuations of the
British Economy 1790–1850: An Historical, Statistical, and Theoretical Study of
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The Ascent Of Money

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64. Murphy, John Law, p. 239. Cf. Hamilton, 'Prices and Wages', p. 60. 65. Kaiser,
'Money', pp. 16, 20. 66. Ibid., p. 22. 67. Murphy, John Law, p. 235. 68. Ibid., p. 250
. 69. Hyde, Law, p. 159. 70. Schama, Embarrassment of Riches, pp. 366ff. 71. Ibid
., pp. 367ff. 72. For contrasting accounts see Neal, Financial Capitalism, pp. 89–
117; Edward Chancellor, Devil Take the Hindmost: A History of Financial
Speculation (London, 1999), pp. 58–95. 73. Chancellor, Devil Take the Hindmost
, p. 64.

Hedgehogging

Author: Barton Biggs
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Markets are inherently inefficient and always will be because of human nature,
because of greed and fear, because of the herd instinct. As Seth Klarman puts it: "
People don't consciously choose to invest with emotion — they simply can't help
it." Each bubble is different. Two recent excellent books on bubbles of all varieties
are Devil Take the Hindmost: A History of Financial Speculation by Edward
Chancellor and Markets, Mobs, & Mayhem: A Modern Look at the Madness of
Crowds ...