The material presented here first appeared as a continuing series of articles in the Magazine of Wall Street. They were obtained through exclusive interviews with Jesse Livermore by R.D. Wyckoff at a time when Livermore was the single most formidable factor in the market. After being "lost" for many years, these interviews are now brought together in book format.
©2012 BN Publishing (P)2012 BN Publishing
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"Pointers packed into a small package!"
If you know Livermore's plight and want to learn some valuable tidbits, whether you're a bull or bear or both, this book is a must listen. Well worth the couple dollar price tag. Recommended with enthusiasm.
"Small book, good listen"
Doesn't really go into specific detail, gives a general strategy which is still good, and does show how he made his money, which was shorting the market in 1907
"Little valuable information"
This interview has next to no usable advice, read reminiscences of a stock operator instead.
Very outdated info, some of it is contradicting to Reminiscence of Stock Operator book.
Uninteresting narration .
Haphazard layout .
Needs polishing on the summary and Descriptions .
Regret buying the audio book
"yep yep yep"
after listening , I now know why this is a MUST read for begining and intermediate traders, gives you insight to the way whales push around the market.
"Short and nice listen"
Enjoy listening to it. The wisdom of Jesse Livermore.
Jason McCoy has a great voice! Like audio books from him, especially on finance.
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