7 edition of The Math Behind Wall Street found in the catalog.
February 9, 2000
by Four Walls Eight Windows
Written in English
|Contributions||Amir D. Aczel (Introduction)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
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The piles of documents I had in my possession would destroy reputations, end careers, and perhaps even bring down the entire Securities and. Black Wall Street, also known as Little Africa, was the most affluent African-American community in the early s. Although Oklahoma only had two airports, six residents of Black Wall Street owned private planes.
During this time, a dollar circulated several dozen times before ultimately leaving the community.