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Lefevre, Edwin: Reminiscences Of A Stock Operator. V1. 15 January 2012
The Reminiscences Of A Stock Operator is a famous book on the history of stock market in the late 1890's thru 1922. It was published in March of 1923. It details the stock trading of Jesse Livermore, slightly fictionalized, one of the most famous and colorful professional stock traders. As Livermore stated in the book, "there is nothing new under the sun in this game of speculation". It's still useful and entertaining reading today.
Edwin Lefevre (1871-1943) was a journalist and writer, dealing mainly with Wall Street.
Jesse Livermore (1877-1940) was a famous speculator of stocks and commodities from the late 1890's through the early 1930's
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