Curious Cat Investing Library: Trading and Speculating
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Introduction to: Nicolas Darvas - Jesse Livermore - William O'Neil - Humphrey B. Neill - Jack Schwager
- Highly Recommended Reminiscences of a Stock Operator by Edwin Lefevre, reprint Edition, ©1925, 1995. An excellent account of speculating in the markets based on the experience of Jesse Livermore. Recommended for experienced investors. The intellectual trail for much of modern stock market speculation runs from Jesse Livermore to Nicolas Darvas with William O'Neil taking the ideas to the mass market (and then some of the mass market follows the trail back to Darvas and Livermore). More on Livermore.
- Highly Recommended How I Made $2,000,000 in the Stock Market by Nicolas Darvas, reissued 1986. Reviews of Darvas' books by Curious Cat.
- Highly Recommended How to Make Money in Stocks: a winning system in good times or bad by William O'Neill, 3rd Edition, 2002.
- Highly Recommended Tape Reading and Market Tactics by Humphrey B. Neill, Reissue Edition, 1997. Book Review by Curious Cat.
- Highly Recommended The New Market Wizards: Conversations With America's Top Traders by Jack D. Schwager, reissued 1994. Read more about the books by Jack Schwager.
- Highly Recommended Market Wizards : Interviews With Top Traders by Jack D. Schwager, reissued 1993.
- Wall Street: The Other Las Vegas by Nicholas Darvas.
- The Alchemy of Finance: Reading the Mind of the Market by George Soros, 1994. Difficult to read but if you can get through it quite enlightening.