Press: Recessional

On Oct. 1. 1929, Bernarr Macfadden's New York Daily Investment News was only five months old, but wisdom issued from its presses. It advised its readers: "Get out of the market, losses or no losses." The eternal credit that it gained by that advice did not save it from the hard times which descended upon it and Wall Street's three other financial dailies.* Not until 1935 did Mr. Macfadden heed his own good advice by selling the Investment News. Last week his successor, Haydock ("Eternal Optimist") Miller, followed Macfadden's precept and example...

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