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Bummer.  The 'Reminiscences' one is one of the 'classics' that I don't have yet.  Apparently it wasn't written by Jesse Livermore, and when you search Amazon for it you get a bewildering array of results from different authors.

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I just downloaded it again, seems to work ok.   'Download' > 'go to pdf doc'

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5 hours ago, Caseynotes said:

Trading for a Living

There's only one step for that to be even remotely possible.

Step one: get hired by Goldman Sachs or some other big firm.

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18 hours ago, dmedin said:

There's only one step for that to be even remotely possible.

Step one: get hired by Goldman Sachs or some other big firm.

The book is a recognised trading classic and a must have/read for any trader. It covers just about everything and in a language even retail traders can understand 🙄. I haven't read it for a while but remember his explanation on contract creation, exchange and deletion and the different affects on open interest and so exactly what rising and falling OI signifies was clear and very useful.

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