Reminiscences of a Stock Operator
Jesse Livermore began as a quotation-boy in a stock brokerage office, fresh out of grammar school. But he had a head for remembering numbers, noticing key trends in stock figures. It was not long before he made his first $1,000. He was just 15. At just twenty years old, he had built up over $10,000 in margins. With a wealth of success, he made the switch to stock-broking. ‘Reminisces of a Stock Operator’ is a fictionalised biographical account of one of the greatest speculators who ever lived.