Jesse Livermore - Boy Plunger: The Man Who Sold America Short in 1929

By Tom Rubython
Recommended by
"Jesse Livermore - Boy Plunger" by Tom Rubython is an illuminating biography that delves into the life of one of the greatest stock market speculators in history.

Livermore's rise from humble beginnings to Wall Street sensation is examined in detail, highlighting his audacious yet shrewd investment strategies that earned him immense wealth.

The book explores Livermore's uncanny ability to time market movements, his relentless pursuit of profits, and his innate understanding of market psychology.

Rubython skillfully captures Livermore's triumphs and failures, immersing readers in the adrenaline-fueled world of 1920s Wall Street, where fortunes were made and lost in moments.

Through meticulous research, the author provides valuable insights into Livermore's mindset, revealing the underlying principles that guided his investing decisions.

Despite his financial successes, Livermore's personal life was marred by tragedy and a constant battle with his own demons. Rubython delves into Livermore's psychological struggles, giving readers a glimpse into the toll the market took on his mental and emotional well-being.

"Jesse Livermore - Boy Plunger" is a captivating account of a legendary trader, offering a unique perspective on the psychology of investing and the exhilarating world of stock market speculation.
Share This Book 📚