Jesse Livermore: speculator-king
This biography of Livermore by prolific writer Paul Sarnoff is a fascinating account of Livermore's life, which explores in detail his market operations and maneuvers, his hopes, his fears, his successes and his failures. Live again the market experiences of the trader known variously as The Wall Street Wonder, The Boy Plunger, The Cotton King, and The Great Bear. You'll love this book!
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