Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds
by Charles Mackay
Editor: Harriman House Publishing
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Originally published in 1841, Extraordinary Popular, the Delirium and Madness of the Crowd is often cited as the best book ever written on the psychology market.This Harriman Publishing House includes Charles Mackay includes three infamous financial maniacs – Jean Droit du Mississippi Regime, the South Sea of the Bull, and Tulipomania.To the three of them, these historical episodes confirm that greed and fear have always been the driving forces of financial markets, and, furthermore, that being sensitive and intelligent is not a means of defending against the hypnotic look of a popular craze with the wind behind it.In writing the history of the great financial maniacs, Charles Mackay proved to be a social and financial chronicler of history.Blessed with a font font that covers all the vices, endowed with a passage of events that was inevitably go to disaster, and with hindsight, it produced a file that is both a thriller riveting and historical document absorption.A century and a half later, it is as animated and gloomy as the day it was written.Modern-day investors, still under the shock of the dotcoms crash, the morals of the popular mania barely the needs of spellingWhen the next stock market bubble comes, as it will surely do, you are advised to remember the fate of some of the unfortunate ones on these pages, and avoid being dragged under the wheels of the careering train of yourself.
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