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Reviewed by Chris Fischer for Readers' Favorite
Fred Fuld III’s Stock Market Trivia: Special Section on the Weird Words of Wall Street is a simply great book of trivia focused on the stock market. Ranging from topics like what the storied ‘bulls’ and ‘bears’ truly are, to which billionaire appeared on a soap opera, to the first female stockbroker, and then to what a Ponzi scheme actually is, the facts and information are wide-ranging, fun and interesting. Author Fuld has obviously done his research and provided his readers with excellent factoids that will keep them interested from start to finish.
I so enjoyed this book! Stock Market Trivia kept me turning the pages from start to finish. I learned something from every single section that author Fred Fuld III provided, and it’s written in such an entertaining fashion that I am sure many of the things I learned will stick with me. For a person who considers themselves a bit of a ‘trivia junkie,’ this book was a perfect read. I was interested in reading a work specifically about the stock market, as this is something I’ve not seen before. Any reader who enjoys trivia, history, or who has an interest in the stock market and its history would love Stock Market Trivia: Special Section on the Weird Words of Wall Street. I recommend this book, and will certainly keep my eye out for the next offering by author Fred Fuld III. If it’s anything like Stock Market Trivia, it will definitely be one to snap up!