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After a decade of apprenticeship with such organizations as the Brookmire Economic Service, Humphrey Neill established himself as a business writer whose lively, human approach to a "dusty" facts-and-figures science brought him nationwide attention. His many published books include Tape Reading and Market Tactics (1931), Understanding American Business (1939), and The Inside Story of the Stock Exchange (1950).
Throughout his active business life Humphrey B. Neill observed, researched, and recorded data from which he developed the theory of Contrary Opinion.
As a thinker owning a Mensa card I admire and appreciate contrary consideration of ideas, attitudes, notions and policies.Published 24 days ago by Robert L Bennett
Don't invest or work in the investment biz unless you read this book, and carry it with you everywhere!!Published 7 months ago by Mark
This book will have you looking at things in a completely different way. After reading it, you wont always assume something just happened. You will wonder why it happened. Read morePublished 15 months ago by David M. Baldwin
This is a really good read illustrating the madness of crowds and the virtues of contrarian thinking. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Marc
An excellent and easily readable book on contrary thinking and how to train yourself to think in a contrary manner. Read morePublished on April 21, 2012 by Kindle Customer
This book is a great work in so many ways. Neill lays out a formula for thinking, decision-making, understanding demographic reaction, leveraging value, and predicting the future... Read morePublished on February 26, 2012 by David Mackley
Full of spelling mistakes and weird characters. Not edited probably in 50 years but still has some good insights. For $10 cant really complainPublished on April 23, 2011 by Avi Cohen