APA Citation

Mortimer, T. (1775). Every man his own broker: Or, a guide to Exchange-Alley. In which the nature of the several funds, vulgarly called the stocks, is clearly explained, and accurate Computations are formed of the Average Value of East-India Stocks for several Years, from the current Year. The Mystery and Iniquity of Stock-Jobbing is laid before the Public in a New and Impartial Light. The Method of Transferring Stock, and of Buying and Selling the several Government Securities, without the Assistance of a Broker, is made intelligible to the meanest Capacity: and an Account is given of the Laws in force relative to Brokers, Clerks at the Bank, &c. With Directions how to avoid the Losses that are frequently sustained by the Destruction of Bank Notes, India Bonds, &c. by Fires and other Accidents. With An Historical Account of the Origin, Progress, and present State of Public-Credit, Banking, and the Sinking-Fund. To which is now added a supplement, containing Rules for forming a Judgment of the real Causes of the Rise or Fall of the Stocks; and several useful tables of Interest, &c. The eighth edition, altered and enlarged. By Thoma Mortimer, Esq. Author of the Elements of Commerce, Politics, and Finances. London: printed for S. Hooper, No. 25, Ludgate-Hill.

Chicago Style Citation

Mortimer, Thomas. Every Man His Own Broker: Or, a Guide to Exchange-Alley. In Which the Nature of the Several Funds, Vulgarly Called the Stocks, Is Clearly Explained, and Accurate Computations Are Formed of the Average Value of East-India Stocks for Several Years, From the Current Year. The Mystery and Iniquity of Stock-Jobbing Is Laid Before the Public in a New and Impartial Light. The Method of Transferring Stock, and of Buying and Selling the Several Government Securities, Without the Assistance of a Broker, Is Made Intelligible to the Meanest Capacity: And an Account Is Given of the Laws in Force Relative to Brokers, Clerks At the Bank, &c. With Directions How to Avoid the Losses That Are Frequently Sustained By the Destruction of Bank Notes, India Bonds, &c. By Fires and Other Accidents. With An Historical Account of the Origin, Progress, and Present State of Public-Credit, Banking, and the Sinking-Fund. To Which Is Now Added a Supplement, Containing Rules for Forming a Judgment of the Real Causes of the Rise or Fall of the Stocks; and Several Useful Tables of Interest, &c. The Eighth Edition, Altered and Enlarged. By Thoma Mortimer, Esq. Author of the Elements of Commerce, Politics, and Finances. London: printed for S. Hooper, No. 25, Ludgate-Hill, 1775.

MLA Citation

Mortimer, Thomas. Every Man His Own Broker: Or, a Guide to Exchange-Alley. In Which the Nature of the Several Funds, Vulgarly Called the Stocks, Is Clearly Explained, and Accurate Computations Are Formed of the Average Value of East-India Stocks for Several Years, From the Current Year. The Mystery and Iniquity of Stock-Jobbing Is Laid Before the Public in a New and Impartial Light. The Method of Transferring Stock, and of Buying and Selling the Several Government Securities, Without the Assistance of a Broker, Is Made Intelligible to the Meanest Capacity: And an Account Is Given of the Laws in Force Relative to Brokers, Clerks At the Bank, &c. With Directions How to Avoid the Losses That Are Frequently Sustained By the Destruction of Bank Notes, India Bonds, &c. By Fires and Other Accidents. With An Historical Account of the Origin, Progress, and Present State of Public-Credit, Banking, and the Sinking-Fund. To Which Is Now Added a Supplement, Containing Rules for Forming a Judgment of the Real Causes of the Rise or Fall of the Stocks; and Several Useful Tables of Interest, &c. The Eighth Edition, Altered and Enlarged. By Thoma Mortimer, Esq. Author of the Elements of Commerce, Politics, and Finances. London: printed for S. Hooper, No. 25, Ludgate-Hill, 1775.

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