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Reminiscences of a Stock Operator (Harriman Definitive Editions): The Classic Novel Based on the Life of Legendary Stock Market Speculator Jesse Livermore

Narrated by: R F McCoy
Length: 11 hrs and 30 mins
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Reminiscences of a Stock Operator is the unforgettable story of the life of Jesse Livermore, one of Wall Street's greatest ever stock speculators.

Loosely fictionalised in 1923 in collaboration with journalist Edwin Lefevre, this is the story of the highs and the lows, the strategies and the street smarts, the epic wins (and sometimes epic losses) that has inspired generations of investors and traders.

This edition comes with an exclusive foreword by Tim Price, author of Investing Through the Looking Glass.

Harriman Definitive Editions offer the best quality editions of the best financial books of all time. Meticulously proofread, accompanied by forewords by the best modern financial writers, they are essential long-term additions to the portfolio of every investor and trader.

©2017 Harriman House (P)2019 Harriman House

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History can still be entertaining

I thought this book would be predictable and dry! Boy was I wrong great narration and was intrigued the whole way through!

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timeless book<br /><br />

I was unsure about listening to this because it was written so long ago, but there was no need to worry. it's still relevant and it's a great book.

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  • Arizona, USA
  • 08-16-19

A good teaching book on the markets

In this book we learned about the markets about 100 years ago. The activities of the traders then seem to be similar to the traders now. Their patterns of action seem to be similar to the patterns of action now. As Won listens to the book he lets us know how we should behave if we are in the markets now. The author seems to be knowledgeable of the markets. If you listen carefully to the book many good lessons will be learned. The book is cited by many. Since it has lasted nearly a century and continues to be cited, it is likely a solid book. A prudent investor should read Or listen to it. This listening was my second time through the book.

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  • Midnight Chance
  • 09-12-19

Quite dull

I bought this, I sold that, I traded this, I traded that. It didn't get much more interesting than that and I maybe learned a thing or two about trading in the early 1900s but I didn't think it was a particularly interesting or inspiring story.

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  • tomasz nogowski
  • 09-08-19

Amazing store. All you need to know about trading

Very informative and interesting story based on adventures of probably one of the best traders in history. Love it!!