|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 2291.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 26 p.|
|Number of Pages||26|
Daniel Defoe, 6 books Lewis Melville, 3 books Malcolm Balen, 3 books Archibald Hutcheson, 3 books Cowles, Virginia., 2 books Thiers, Adolphe, 2 books Archibald Hutcheson, 2 books Lyttelton, George Lyttelton Baron, 2 books Arthur Ingram, 1 book Abel Boyer, 1 book Langdon-Davies, John, 1 book Steele, Richard Sir, 1 book William N. Goetzmann, 1. in a recent study, Frehen, Goetzmann and Rouwenhorst () present an intriguing cross-sectional perspective on the boom in South Sea shares (as well as the so-called 'windhandel' episode in Dutch joint-stock companies during the second half of ).They point out that there was apparently a selective boom in share prices of the South Sea Company and the Royal . The South Sea Company (officially The Governor and Company of the merchants of Great Britain, trading to the South Seas and other parts of America, and for the encouragement of fishing) was a British joint-stock company founded in , created as a public-private partnership to consolidate and reduce the cost of the national assist in the generation of income for this purpose, Industry: International trade. The full name of the original company was "Maatschappij ter discontering ende beleening der Stad Rotterdam anno ". Its operations are now part of the Fortis ASR N.V., the insurance division of Fortis. Grootboek Rotterdam J until J Journaal Rotterdam J until J Rotterdam Transaction Book.
In the South Seas book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This is a pre historical reproduction that was curated for q /5. South Sea Bubble: One of the largest stock scams of all time. The U.K.-based South Sea Company's shares saw a huge appreciation based on rumor, speculation and false claims before plummeting and. The Secret History of the South Sea Bubble: The World's First Great Financial Scandal The view of England being drawn into a speculative frenzy in part because of the need to beat France in commerce is a neat interpretation - and Balen's researches amongst the diplomatic archives bolster the view that the bubble grew out of competition with Cited by: 2. But the company is only part of the story. The bubble really inflated because of hundreds of smaller issues being created around the same time. The reason is fairly simple. The high price of the South Sea Company stock made it difficult for the masses to participate. The smaller issues became the gateway for almost everyone to buy South Sea stock.
The South Sea Company: The History of the British Empire’s South American Stock Company examines the history and legacy of one of England’s most notorious trading companies. Along with pictures of important people, places, and events, you will learn about the South Sea Company like never before, in no time at all.5/5(2). An extraordinarily illuminating text on the South China Sea that is still very entertaining! I wrote a paper on the South China Sea and I took a lot of new information from Hayton's book. The most interesting part was his dive into the history of the area you to the colonial era - its not often talked about, and Hayton writes about it splendidly.4/5. Michael Burry, David Einhorn, Dan Loeb, Bill Ackman, and Seth Klarman have all recommended Joel Greenblatt’s “You Can Be A Stock Market Genius.. While not a hidden gem, it’s fair to say that You Can Be A Stock Market Genius has gone under the radar, with a ranking of #79 in Amazon’s finance section. (Greenblatt’s second book, The Little Book That Beats The . The 25 June dividend on South Sea stock was replaced by a 10% stock dividend, which meant that a holder of South Sea Stock had his or her holdings automatically increased to 67 Next, in September , as part of the mop-up after the Bubble, investors received another 1/3 stock dividend, so a holding of South Sea stock was Author: Andrew Odlyzko.