It has been republished in two volumes by Buccaneer Books  in It tells his story as a public servant and—prior to that—his financial success on Wall Street. The book starts off detailing Baruch's parents' lives and growing up in South Carolina and then the family's move to New York.
At that point—when Baruch was 10—his physician father became a leader in the beginnings of public sanitation and physical therapy.
In , Baruch "made it" on Wall Street, becoming an employee at A.
Housman, where he worked for more than 10 years. Baruch completed this book when he was 87 years old.
According to blogger Javier Gonzalez, Baruch was different to his contemporaries in the market as he had "a healthy detachment from monetary gains," enabling him to make more detached decisions than his contemporaries. This book depicts how he "made it" without succumbing to this potential downfall. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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