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Ladies of the ticker
Written in English
Long overlooked in histories of finance, women played an essential role in areas such as banking and the stock market during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Yet their presence sparked ongoing controversy. Hetty Green"s golden touch brought her millions, but she outraged critics with her rejection of domesticity. Progressives like Victoria Woodhull, meanwhile, saw financial acumen as more important for women than the vote. George Robb"s pioneering study explores the financial methods, accomplishments, and careers of three generations of women. Plumbing sources from stock brokers" ledgers to media coverage, Robb reveals the many ways women invested their capital while exploring their differing sources of information, approaches to finance, interactions with markets, and levels of expertise. He also rediscovers the forgotten women bankers, brokers, and speculators who blazed new trails--and sparked public outcries over women"s unsuitability for the predatory rough-and-tumble of market capitalism. --
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HG181 .R575 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 248 pages|
|Number of Pages||248|
|ISBN 10||0252082710, 0252041178|
|ISBN 10||9780252082719, 9780252041174|
|LC Control Number||2016057350|
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"Ladies of the Ticker" is a history of women involved in the American stock market from around the s to s. The author started by describing the laws (in England and America) that made it difficult for women to control and invest their own money and the changes that came about in the late s that allowed more women to invest in stocks and bonds/5.
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Ladies of the Ticker: Women and Wall Street from the Gilded Age to the Great Depression. In this Book. Additional Information. Ladies of the Ticker: Women and Wall Street from the Gilded Age to the Great Depression; George Robb ; Book; Published by: University of Illinois Press; View contents.
View Citation; summary Cited by: 1. Ladies of the Ticker: Women and Wall Street from the Gilded Age to the Great Depression George Robb Long overlooked in histories of finance, women played an essential role in areas such as banking and the stock market during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
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