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1925. This volume contains the story behind the making of a stockbroker, that being John K. Wing, the senior resident partner of Bronson and Barnes, a Boston firm which had risen to the top rank of stock commission houses in the early 1900s. Wing was a young man, with pleasant manners and an air of sincerity as well as good nature and good sense. This combination interested the author. It meant the modern type of successful stockbroker. Other times, other men. The change is never in the eternal verities but in the point of view, which in turn dictates the fashion that finds a new and easier way.
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