a random walk down wall street

A Random Walk Down Wall Street by Burton G. Malkiel

Burton G. Malkiel

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A RANDOM WALK DOWN WALL STREET is a book of essays by the Princeton University economist Burton G. Malkiel. The book was originally published in hardcover by Random House in October 2000. It won the 2001 Pulitzer Prize in non-fiction.
To say that I am impressed with the book would be an understatement. Malkiel is an extremely well-known investment economist and his thought process is outstanding. Even so, when I first started reading his book I thought I was reading a very scholarly work that would be very difficult to read. After finishing, I was really impressed by the easy style in which he explains his points. Almost every chapter is very easy to understand and read. His writing style is very easy to understand and you will
I needed to write a literature review about A Random Walk Down Wall Street and Looking For La La books. I read A Random Walk Down Wall Street with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Burton G. Malkiel is a wonderful writer.