OF A NUMBER of the leaders in Canadian business, banking, transportation services and other spheres, MacLean’s asked this question: “What are your opinions concerning the outlook for 1931 and the measures which should be taken to restore public confidence?”
I HAVE little knowledge of stock-market practice, but would like to become fully informed on the highly complicated and technical operation—so at least it seems to me—of buying and selling stocks and shares. Just what does one do when he wishes to purchase a stock, say International Nickel, and what evidence is given that these shares have been purchased?By A. W. BLUE9 min
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