So Far, So Good by Roy R. Neuberger
The First 94 Years

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Notorious as one of Wall Street's oldest living legends, Roy Neuberger delivers a truthful and interesting account of his extraordinary life. Focusing on his start in the market from seven months before the 1929 crash, up to the 1987 crash, till today, he shares his 93 years of experience as a market sage. Neuberger also paints a wonderful picture of his love of contemporary art and his role in the art world, his donations to museums throughout the country of hundreds of pieces worth tens of millions.
 

About Roy R. Neuberger

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ROY R. NEUBERGER founded the $50 billion money management firm of Neuberger&Berman in 1939. In 1950, he established the Guardian Mutual Fund, one of the first no-load mutual funds. In his 68 years on the Street, he has never had a losing year.
 
Published May 2, 2008 by Wiley. 256 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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An engaging if cursory memoir from Neuberger, who at age 94 is still going strong in the challenging worlds of finance and philanthropy.

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The tone of Neuberger's autobiography, written with freelancers Alfred and Roma Connable, is distancing and offers little insight concerning his thoughts and actions: he doesn't explain why he considers someone to be a ""good"" person, for example, or how he misdiagnosed the potential worth of a ...

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