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  1. The Challenge of Speculation


    The game of speculation is the most uniformly fascinating game in the world. But it is not a game for the stupid, the mentally lazy, the man of inferior emotional balance, nor for the get-rich-quick adventurer. They will die poor.

    Over a long period of years …

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  2. This is the taste of toast

    Published: Sun 15 March 2020
    Updated: Tue 22 November 2022
    By steve

    In misc.

    tags: books

    Is this molecule the taste of toast?

    Search for ‘Maillard Reaction’ — one of the most important reactions in cooking.


    To learn more, read Harold McGee on Food and Cooking. Not a cookbook, but a book about cooking. This book is worth reading even if you don’t cook but only …

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  3. Explanatory Rules


    1. Record prices in Upward Trend Column in black ink.

    2. Record prices in Downward Trend column in red ink.

    3. Record prices in the other four columns in pencil.

    4. Draw lines as follows:

      • Draw red lines under your last recorded price in the Upward Trend column the first day you …

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  4. Follow the Leaders


    There is always the temptation in the stock market, after a period of success, to become careless or excessively ambitious. Then it requires sound common sense and clear thinking to keep what you have. But it is not necessary to lose your money, once you have acquired …

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  5. How to trade in Stocks

    This is the text of Livermore’s book “How to trade in Stocks.” I found a very badly OCR’d version on the Interweb, and spend a few hours reading and correcting the text. It probably still has the odd typo, but it’s in a lot better shape now …

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  6. Money in the Hand


    When you are handling surplus income do not delegate the task to anyone. whether you are dealing In millions or in thousands the same principal lesson applies. It is your money. It will remain with you just so long as you guard it. Faulty speculation is …

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  7. Preface


    Even though more than a quarter-century has gone by since his death-by-suicide in 1940, .Jesse Livermore frequently comes to “live” today in conversations occurring in the board-rooms and the back-offices located along that man-made — and fascinating — canyon known as “Wall Street.”

    This is quite understandable; for of all the …

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  8. The Livermore Market Key


    MANY years of my life had been devoted to speculation before it dawned upon me that nothing new was happening in the stock market, that price movements were simply being repeated, that while there was variation in different stocks the general price pattern was the same …

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