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The Money Game, by "Adam Smith."    To a degree, the high tech stock market bubble of the late 1990s "first" happened 30 years earlier--in the 1960s.  That's right--it was deja vu all over again, complete with the mindless talk of a "new era" economy, public fascination with technology stocks, and the extremely competitive and aggressive management of many mutual funds.  Although those who fail to study the lessons of the past sometimes seem doomed to repeat past mistakes, those who do learn from history can profit handsomely.  Indeed, I'd be willing to wager that investors who had read this riveting 1967 summary of the go-go 1960s stock market probably avoided the worst investing mistakes of the late 1990s.  This book became a best seller not only because it offers readers fascinating insight into the practical details of a market mania, but also because it is immensely readable and entertaining.  It ought to be required reading in every MBA program and, indeed, every serious investor ought to spend some time learning from this lively account of investing in the 1960s.

ISBN: 0394721039
Format: Paperback
Pub. Date: June 1976
Publisher: Random House