As the new century dawned, Wall Street was a game and the stock market was fixed. Ordinary investors were fleeced by big institutions that manipulated the markets to their own advantage and they had comeback. The Game in Wall Street shows the ways that the titans of rampant capitalism operated to make money from any source they could control. Their accumulated funds gave the titans ermous power over the market, and allowed them to ensure they won the game. Traders joining the game without kwing the rules are on a road to ruin. It's like gambling without kwing the rules, and with idea of the odds. The Game in Wall Street sets out in detail exactly how this market manipulation works and shows how to ride the price movements and make a profit. And guess what? The rules of the game haven't changed since the book was first published in 1898. You can apply the same strategies in your own investing and avoid losing your shirt by gambling against the professionals. Illustrated with the very first stock charts ever published, the book contains a new preface and a conclusion by stock market guru Clem Chambers which put the text in the context of how Wall Street operates today.