Reminiscences of a Stock Operator Paperback – 1 January 2008
|Paperback, 1 January 2008||
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Even somebody interested in equity market should read this. Fast paced, humorous and thought provoking.
Very exciting and a must read for every trader it is not a guide to the stock markets but it does help a lot in understanding what is really happening behind the "ticker tape".
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i am unsure if his approach would work today - against the algorythms and black boxes, but it is a great historical account. the main points he makes about being a successful trader are all internal - be in control of yourself, leave emotion at the door, if you have a strategy stick to it, don't take advice from anyone - as their advice willsuit their personality and most important of all cut your losses...
It is written in a easily understood 'street-smart' style and must be regarded as one of the most entertaining and meaningful books ever penned about financial markets.
Yes I agree it does teach a great deal of lessons every trader should know but it does it on the back of such outdated techniques it became laboursome and frustrating to read.
It talks also alot about behind the scenes in the wallstreet and so the stock markets. And alot about the psychology of the trading and the traders, the loosers (which he calls suckers, including himself in certain times too) and the winners.
Easy reading too.
Have a nice time,
Subject is something I’m interested in, interesting good and a quirky read. Markets traders brokers and tipsters somethings don’t change....!