The title of this 1955 book refers to a story about a visitor to New York who admired the yachts of the bankers and brokers. Naively, he asked where all the customers' yachts were? Of course, none of the customers could afford yachts, even though they dutifully followed the advice of their bankers and brokers. Full of wise contrarian advice and offering a true look at the world of investing, Where are the customers' yachts continues to open the eyes of investors to the reality of Wall Street. Here, Leo Gough's interpretation of Where are the customer's yachts illustrates the timeless nature of Fred Schwed's insights by bringing them to life through 52 modern case studies. This brilliant interpretation is an entertaining accompaniment to one of the most famous books on investment ever written.
NOT the Fred Schwed classic
Beware: the title of this book is misleading as this is not the Fred Schwed classic Where are the Customers Boats. It is an analysis of Schweds' book written by Leo Gough (whoever that is).
Not right book
Dont think this is the book from the 50s!
The titling and book cover art here basically intends to deceive people. This book should either be significantly changed or removed from the store.