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A must read book. It clearly states the difference between speculating and gambling. The best part of the book is the experience of winning and losing.

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In an article on heroic examples of entrepreneurs in fiction by Luke Johnson - The Entrepreneur in Financial Times on 09-Jan-2008; Originally published just six years before the Wall Street crash of 1929, this book features the fictional speculator, Larry Livingston, and is a sort of instruction manual for stock market investors, written as a series of anecdotes. I’ve found it a profitable read. It is loosely based on the life of renowned trader Jesse Livermore 

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