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Jesse Livermore..In Honor Of A Pioneer
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This thread is to discuss and examine as well as honor the great words of wisdom of Jesse Livermore one of the greatest traders of all time. With an open discussion of his successes and his failures. Anyone who has had the Pleasure to read Reminiscences Of A Stock Operator which depicts Livermores life of trading and has spent any time at all trading will have to admit that the feelings and emotions that are put forth in this great book are just the ones you have felt at one time or another. So lets enjoy and discuss the man's life and the profound words of wisdom he has put down on paper for all to learn from.
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42In honor of Jim Simons, Here are 11 lessons from the greatest trader of our tSun Tzu2May 14
41 Jessie Livermore's Rules For Capital Gains: 1. Nothing new occurs in theDiabolique11/4/2000
40 TFF, thanks for the info. Sorry I have not got back sooner due to other "lGreg Butcher-11/3/1999
39 From Trader's Press:Jesse Livermore: Speculator King by Paul Sarnoff PuTFF-10/31/1999
38 From Trader's Press:How to Trade in Stocks by Jesse Livermore PublisherTFF-10/31/1999
37 New Release From Trader's Press:Life and Times of Jesse Livermore: WorldTFF-10/31/1999
36 "Fortunes have been lost on Wall Street by trying to catch the last 1/8&qSun Tzu13/2/1999
35 I've found the perfect companion to the Reminiscences. It is called <i&Sun Tzu-2/22/1999
34 OT -- Hey budy! Where have you been? Nice to see you again. Now that you'Sun Tzu-2/16/1999
33 The posts were made very close to Nov 6. The whole thing started by me describSun Tzu-2/16/1999
32 The "curb" is an old name for the AMEX because it started outside in dpl-2/16/1999
31 Someone who puts all his eggs into one basket. David dpl-2/16/1999
30 Bucketeering "brokerage" houses. Page 285. <i>The old fashioneRex Dwyer-2/15/1999
29 I don't understand this yarn about Joshua Wolff. I begins on page 273. &Rex Dwyer-2/15/1999
28 >if "plunging" meant to go short wildly, he would not have had to Iceberg-2/15/1999
27 plunger Hardback edition, Fraser Pubs, 3rd printing 1992. Page 103. <I>Rex Dwyer-2/15/1999
26 plunged Hardback edition, Fraser Pubs, 3rd printing 1992. Page 94. <I>Rex Dwyer-2/15/1999
25 Boy Plunger Hardback edition, Fraser Pubs, 3rd printing 1992. Page 92. <Rex Dwyer-2/15/1999
24 Plunger is used many times. Here's my first sighting of a form of "plRex Dwyer-2/15/1999
23 >What is, exactly, a "Plunger"? Rex, One definition of a "Iceberg-2/15/1999
22 <b>bucket shop</b> - noun A fraudulent brokerage operation in whicRex Dwyer-2/15/1999
21 What is, exactly, a "Plunger"? One who shorts? or any such trader wRex Dwyer-2/15/1999
20 >One of the guys published a good collection of quotes from The ReminiscenceIceberg-2/15/1999
19 "What beat me was not having brains enough to stick to my own game-that isHighTech22/15/1999
18 <i>One of the guys published a good collection of quotes from The ReminisHighTech-2/15/1999
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