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"A classic that gives readers a sense of a trader's mind." (Wall Street Journal)
"An engaging read, chock-full of pearls of wisdom and amusing anecdotes." (Money Week)
This is a must read it tells how it is to evolve to becoming a trader. As it was back then it still is with just a little extra laws in place. But as stated you need to be your own man when it comes to trading and make all your own choices when it comes to buying or selling a stock. You and only you can make the best choice. Forget tippsters
This is the book they will be a classic one hundred years from now. Great narration. I love the story and I learned a lot from the trading perspective.
This book is great, most already know this is a must read for all traders. I read this book before but I enjoyed it so much that I wanted the audio version also since I don't get time to read but a lot of time to listen. I listen at work, so I listen for upwards of 5 to 6 hours at a time, several hours in I did seem to get a little bored, not sure if its cause I already knew the story or if its the performance of the narrator. Overall though I would definitely recommend this book.
The relevance of the story to the present after about a century.
The narration was fantastic too.
This is the best as the author captured the brilliance of livermores mind in such a way that it captures the "how and "why" he trades the way he did. I'm always drawn into the stories as if I'm their!
The author who also deserves credit gets the most out of who is probably the greatest trader of all time. To have gotten inside the mind of this trading genius shows that he would be successful in any era as Livermore know as much about human emotion and how they drive markets up or down and he reacts swiftly long or short! No wonder this is a classic its information is timeless. Glad the author captured this genius thoughts before he died.
A great narration and story teller!
It is too long for one listen so I love the bookmark feature and usually pick it up and listen while i'm on the computer. I'm starting my third listen as I always learn something new!
Please tell the narrator (Rick Rohan) to narrate the other Livermore classic "How to trade in stocks". I would buy that in a second if it were available.
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