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**Reminiscences of a Stock Operator: Mastering the Market with Timeless Wisdom**
**H2: Unlock the Secrets of Stock Trading with This Classic Book**
H3: Dive into the world of stock trading with “Reminiscences of a Stock Operator,” a timeless masterpiece that shares valuable insights and strategies for navigating the market. Learn from the experiences of legendary trader Jesse Livermore and discover how to outsmart the market with proven techniques. Whether you’re a seasoned investor or a beginner, this book is a must-read for anyone looking to enhance their trading skills and achieve financial success. Order your copy today and start mastering the art of stock trading!

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Reminiscences of a Stock Operator
**Reminiscences of a Stock Operator: A Timeless Classic in Stock Trading Literature**
**H2: Uncover the Secrets of Successful Stock Trading**
Delve into the fascinating world of stock trading with “Reminiscences of a Stock Operator.” This timeless classic, written by Edwin Lefèvre, follows the life and experiences of a legendary stock trader, Jesse Livermore. Gain valuable insights into the mindset and strategies of a successful stock operator through Livermore’s adventures in the stock market.
**H3: Stock Trading Mastery**
Learn the art of stock trading from one of the most iconic figures in the industry. “Reminiscences of a Stock Operator” provides invaluable lessons on market psychology, risk management, and the importance of discipline in trading. Whether you are a seasoned trader or just starting out, this book offers practical wisdom that can help you navigate the complexities of the stock market with confidence.
**H2: Timeless Wisdom for Modern Traders**
Discover how the principles outlined in this book are still relevant today. From understanding market trends to managing emotions during trading, “Reminiscences of a Stock Operator” offers timeless wisdom that can help you succeed in today’s fast-paced and competitive trading environment. Let Livermore’s experiences guide you towards making informed decisions and achieving your financial goals.
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Additional information

Format

Paperback

Language

English

ISBN

0471059706

ISBN13

9780471059707

Release Date

May 1994

Publisher

Wiley

Length

304 Pages

Weight

0.78 lbs.

Dimensions

0.8" x 5.6" x 8.5"

Author

Edwin Lefèvre

Condition

Very Good

5 reviews for Reminiscences of a Stock Operator,

  1. Thriftbooks.com User

    This book was actually written (with the help of a ghost writer) by Jesse Livermore himself and not Edwin Lefevre. Lefevre was simply a name that Livermore picked to have the real author – himself – remain anonymous. It took me years to master the trading tecniques outlined in this book – emotions and greed kept clouding my actions – the same way that they clouded Livermore’s actions. An easy book to read but the lessons of the book come much harder.

  2. Thriftbooks.com User

    Those who forget the past are bound to repeat it…………. While Wall Street and markets around the western world continue their bull run, those who forget this adage will be in for a nasty shock. Written in 1923, this diary is full of warning of the shocks of 1929 and 1987 which followed. The gullibility of the public is clearly demonstrated, and the arrogance of each new generation feeding the bull cycle of it’s day exposed. Now if I can only decide when to sell Microsoft short…………. A cracking read.

  3. Thriftbooks.com User

    When almost all of the stocks of his time have been history, his wisdom remains of the same value. A must read.

  4. Thriftbooks.com User

    This is an absolute classic. I read this book as a rookie on Wall Street in 1987, only months before the crash. I just bought it again as a gift for a client’s son graduating Wharton. The theme 75 years ago applies today and will apply in 75 years to come. From Boston to New York to Palm Beach and back, Jesse Livermore “swings a big line” (trades larger and larger blocks in the stock positions he takes) and along the way teaches us all about what is to trade, to lose, to win. Todays daytraders could learn much from this book as well as newly minted Ivy League MBA portfolio managers. It is a brilliant reflection on the true spirit, grit, culture and challenge of man versus market and the subsequent lessons learned of the ultimate enemy in trading: self. The rumour around this book for years has been that the fictionalized version of Jesse Livermore died penniless, having gone through multiple fortunes. However, I have heard from many old liners in those very same cities otherwise. Read the book.

  5. Thriftbooks.com User

    I have a library of nearly 100 books about the markets. Reminiscences was the third book I ever read and it remains my “bible” more than a decade later. You might wonder how an 80-year old book about the stock market could still be relevant. Well, that is because financial markets are determined by human nature as much as anything else, and human nature acts today as it did a century ago. Greed, fear, herd thinking, impatience – those are the same influences that drive markets today and haunt traders and investors who are striving to make the right decisions. Many of the lessons that dictate my investment philosophy (“Cut your losses, let your winners run”, “if you don’t like the odds, don’t bet”) were taught to me by the protagonist, who is the fictional characterization of the legendary Jesse Livermore. That he tells his stories with such color and suspense makes the book completely entertaining beyond its invaluable trading lessons. BUY THIS BOOK FOR YOURSELF. BUY ANOTHER ONE FOR A FRIEND (I’ve given 4 copies). You’ll not only improve your own investing results, but your gift will impress as well.

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