Investment - W. L. B. [William Lundy Berry] FairweatherTeach Yourself, 1967, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Very Good — in Very Good Dust Wrapper. Edges of the text block lightly spotted. Small (1") split to the front hinge but secure, otherwise a very well presented copy.
Later Printing. From the cover: “Reading Mr. Fairweather’s book should enable anybody who has the responsibility of owning capital to understand how to set about making the best use of it, to feel that he (or she) is discharging that responsibility in the best interest of himself, his family and the community and to feel assured that he is handling his affairs competently. It will also enlighten savers who are beginning to build up capital. It will help both those who already have capital and those who are putting savings by to take a vastly wider and more satisfying interest in investment than the mere observation of changes in prices of securities and dividends to which they may have confined their attention so far. The reader will get an understanding of the useful, indeed vital, part played by the investor in a free community. He will find here a lucid and badly needed simple exposition of the various effects of inflation on different kinds of investment.”
Size: 7" x 4"
Number of Pages: [XIII] 178
Introduction: Ian Fairbairn