Paul Crosthwaite, Nicky Marsh & Peter Knight: A History of Financial Advice Literature

Sat 22 December 2018

A new collection at the Library of Mistakes with Paul Crosthwaite, Nicky Marsh and Peter Knight.

The History of Financial Advice collection has been assembled to highlight the most important, influential, and distinctive popular guides to finance and investment published over the past three centuries.

In their presentation, the project team discuss how they went about assembling the collection and how the community of Errorists might use it in identifying recurring market mistakes, but also nuggets of investment wisdom.

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