The Go-Go Years is the harrowing
and humorous story of the growth stocks of the 1960s and how their meteoric
rise caused a multitude of small investors to thrive until the devastating
market crashes in the 1970s. It was a time when greed drove the market and fast
money was being made and lost as the “go-go” stocks surged and
plunged. Included are the stories of such high-profile personalities as H. Ross
Perot who lost $450 million in one day, Saul Steinberg’s attempt to take over
Chemical Bank, and the fall of America’s “Last Gatsby,” Eddie Gilbert. Download and start listening now!