Saturday, October 22, 2011

How Banks Buy Bonds: The Theory of Practice of Bond Portfolio Management

How Banks Buy Bonds: The Theory of Practice of Bond Portfolio Management
by Bernard Ostrolenk and Adrian M. Massie

Book Description:
Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York, 1932. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Hardcover, Maroon cloth boards with gilt title to spine, Stated First Edition, 1932 ( K-G: October, 1932 ), 203 pages.

Book Condition: Very Good, covers and spine rubbed and light soil, corners bumped and frayed, moderate shelfwear, front hinge loose, internally clean, no marks, no dust jacket.

Section I. The Bond Market in Retrospect, I. Importance of the Bond Portfolio, II. Liquid Banks Become a Market for Bonds, SECTION II. An Empirical Study of Bond Portfolios, III. Testing Bonds Held by Country Banks, IV. United States Government Obligations, V. State and Municipal Bonds, VI. Public Utility Operating Company Bonds, VII. Public Utility Holding Company Bonds, VIII. Railroad Bonds, IX. Industrial Bonds, X. Investment Trust Bonds, XI. Real Estate Bonds, XII. Foreign Bonds, XIII. Federal Land Bank Bonds, XIV. How to Evaluate Bonds, SECTION III. Practical Application of Investment Theory, XV. How Many Bonds Should a Country Bank Hold?, XVI. The Theory of the Bond Portfolio, XVII. Does it Pay?, XVIII. The Bank and Society, Index. -- end. 203 pages. Scarce title, Stated First Edition, Collectible.

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