“Everyone who is anyone in U.S. investment knows ‘ADAM SMITH,’ ” wrote Newsweek. While originally he had a fanatic following in the financial community, his reputation has now spread far beyond. Professor Paul Samuelson, America’s first Nobel laureate in economics, called his book, The Money Game, “a modern classic.”
I . SUPERMONEY.
1. Metaphysical Doubts,Very Short.
2. Liquidity: Mr. Odd-Lot Robert Is Asked How He Feels.
3. Supermoney,Where It Is:The Supercurrency.
II . THE DAY THE MUSIC ALMOST DIED.
1. The Banks June 1970.
2. The Brokers September 1970.
III . THE PROS.
1. Nostalgia Time: The Great Buying Panic.
2. An Unsuccessful Group Therapy Session for Fifteen Hundred Investment Professionals Starring the Avenging Angel.
3. Cautionary Tales Remember These,O Brother, in Your New Hours of Triumph.
4. How My Swiss Bank Blew $40 Million and Went Broke.
5. Somebody Must Have Done Something Right: The Lessons of the Master.
IV. IS THE SYSTEM BLOWN?
1. The Debased Language of Supercurrency.
2. Co-opting Some of the Supercurrency.
3. Beta, Or Speak to Me Softly in Algebra.
Well,Watchman,What of the Night? Arthur Burns’s angst; Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird; Prince Valiant and the Protestant Ethic;Work and Its Discontents;Will General Motors Believe in Harmony? Will General Electric Believe in Beauty and Truth? Of the Greening and Blueing, and Cotton Mather and Vince Lombardi and the Growth of Magic; and What Is to Be Done on Monday Morning.
I. Table I: Sector Statements of Saving and Investment: Households, Personal Trusts, and Nonprofit Organizations.
II. Table II: Funds Raised, Nonfinancial Sectors.
III. Table III:The Runoff in Commercial Paper; Summer 1970.
IV. Portfolio of the University of Rochester.