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Reminiscences of a Stock Operator: With New Commentary and Insights on the Life and Times of Jesse Livermore ハードカバー – イラスト付き, 2009/12/21
"This is a wonderful classic for any investor or economic historian...the style is pacey, robust and humorous." (Professional Investor, October, 2010)
"A 10 best finance book.
Does the ongoing financial turmoil leave you scratching your head? Worry not, here's our pick of the finest - and most readable - books about Big Money..."
EDWIN LEFÈVRE was trained as a mining engineer, but became a journalist at age nineteen. He produced eight books, including The Making of a Stockbroker, during his fifty-three-year writing career. He was a celebrated finance author made most famous by his publication of the fictionalized story of Jesse Livermore, which first appeared in the Saturday Evening Post in 1922.
JON D. MARKMAN is an award-winning journalist, popular market analyst, and veteran fund manager. He was a pioneer in the development of stock-rating systems and screening software; a portfolio manager at a hedge fund; managing editor at CNBC on MSN Money; and an investment columnist and investigative reporter at the Los Angeles Times. Markman provides investment guidance in his daily Strategic Advantage and Trader???s Advantage research services, as well as in his weekly MSN Money column and managed accounts. He is also the author of Swing Trading, which is published by Wiley, and two other finance books.
- 出版社 : Wiley; Annotated版 (2009/12/21)
- 発売日 : 2009/12/21
- 言語 : 英語
- ハードカバー : 448ページ
- ISBN-10 : 0470481595
- ISBN-13 : 978-0470481592
- 寸法 : 21.34 x 3.3 x 25.65 cm
- Amazon 売れ筋ランキング: - 387,457位洋書 (の売れ筋ランキングを見る洋書)
I finished it last week. Amazing book overall.
I found so many truths in markets and psychology of a trader today that were exactly the same 100 years ago, it really surprised me.
I really liked hearing out how Jesse would read the tape, and also about his problem of getting too big for the markets and finding it harder to move in and out, which meant he had to change his style.
If you are a trader I think you will definately enjoy reading this and the 100 year old writing will still confirm what you are experiencing today.
On the downside, the last 1/4 of book I found slower to read perhaps I was getting tired of the annotation.
[The annotations added to the original text, at best are very interesting as they literally give you a history lesson by explaining the the terms people used or the companies and people around in those days.. at worse they annoy you as they are literally on every page and sometimes I felt obliged to read them all and it distracted from the main text..] but still an amazing book.
However, this annotated edition is really excellent in helping modern readers properly understand the period references and personalities. Markman's research is meticulous and his exposition crystal clear. I had already read the book, but cannot recommend this wonderfully presented and illustrated edition too highly.