Still checking on the algos but the interface is superior. Looking forward to account aggregation feature.
Being a big fan of Livermore, I was hoping this book had the same depth. It was OK.
Nostalgic Yet Delightful
"This book is, by historic accounts, Jesse Livermore's suicide note. He describes his trading methods - ever so careful of misplacing readers' trust. He talks about markets of the 1920's and 1940's - making careful distinction between ""narrow"" (straightforward) and ""deep"" (whipsaw) markets, abou Read more...
A classic no nonense book from the world's greatest trader
Thank goodness Jesse Livermore was willing to give us some of his incredible wisdom before he committed suicide. He is the most successful stock trader that has ever lived and in this book he reveals his most closely kept trading secrets. An educational and insightful book that is more than just a Read more...
A Master Trader
"*This is the same book but its a different version. The one I read was definitely not 89 dollars. It was 15 from amazon. The first thing I have to mention is that I don't trade how Livermore traded, and I probably never will. But that doesn't mean that this book isn't worth reading just to pick up Read more...
I have read many books on trading and have to agree with many other reviewers here - Livermore's original text is like gold. On some pages I found myself underlining almost every line. I found that the second two thirds of the book were filled with repeat quotes, repeated charts and some spelling er Read more...