Fred Schwed Jr. was a professional trader who got out of the market after losing a bundle in the 1929 stock market crash. Years later, he published a bestselling children's book entitled Wacky, the Small Boy, and then went on to write Where Are the Customers' Yachts?
Introduction by Jason Zweig.
Foreword to the 1995 Edition by Michael Lewis.
Introduction to the 1955 Bull Market Edition.
I. Introduction--"The Modest Cough of a Minor Poet".
II.. Financiers and Seers.
III.. Customers--That Hardy Breed.
IV. Iinvestment Trusts--Promises and Performance.
V. The Short Seller--He of the Black Heart.
VI. Puts, Calls, Straddles, and Gabble.
VII. The "Good" Old Days and the "Great" Captains.
VIII. Investment--Many Questions and a Few Answers.
IX. Reform--Some Yeas and Nays.
About the Author.