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1. Jesse Livermores Secret To Success

2. Home page investor image explanation

3. The great crash 1929

4. Dear NewBie Investor

5. How to win in the stock market

6. Commandments to follow

7. 10 Rules for Investing

8. How to survive a stock market crash

9. William J ONeil, CANSLIM

10. Barry Ritholtz keep it simple stupid

11. Gerald Loeb how to win

12. Paul Tudor Jones II

13. Felix Zulauf

14. Warren Buffett

15. Reading the tape

16. Indicators Introduction

17. Richard Ney method

18. Richard Wyckoff method

19. Richard Wyckoff logic not working, this maybe why?

20. Richard Wyckoff studied Jesse Livermore

21. Bob Evans, renowned Wyckoff teacher

22. William Gann method

23. William Gann life story

24. William Gann Law of Vibration

25. Jim Hurst method

26. Wyckoff method improved1

27. Wyckoff method improved2

28. Original Wyckoff and Wyckoff 2.0

29. Wyckoff 2.0 vs Others

30. Wyckoff 2.0 and Volume Spread Analysis

31. Powerful Patterns

32. Elliot Waves

33. Price Action

34. Market Statistics

35. Cycles for short term speculation

36. Stop Loss methods

37. Alpha Stock Scanner

38. Swing Scanner

39. Flash Charts

40. RTT Market Timer

41. RTT Wyckoff Short Term model

42. Chart Drawing Tools

43. Standard Indicators

44. Proprietary Indicators (PI)

45. PI: RTT TrendStatus

46. PI: RTT TrendPower

47. PI: RTT VolumeWave

48. PI: RTT Rainbow Bands

49. PI: RTT Volume

50. PI: RTT MarketPulse

51. PI: RTT Steps of Cause and Effect

52. PI: RTT Wyckoff Strength Weakness

53. PI: Proprietary Indicators Caution

54. What we do?



         

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Jesse Livermores Secret To Success

Who was Jesse Livermore (1877 - 1940) ?

Jesse Livermore profileTime Magazine described Jesse Livermore as the most fabulous living U.S. stock trader.

His progress from office boy to Wall Street legend - his trading lessons - his triumphs and disasters - is probably the most fascinating of any of Wall Street's stories.  Even today, many stock and commodity traders owe Jesse Livermore a deep debt of gratitude for sharing his experiences in the book Reminiscences of a Stock Operator.

The techniques he made public have endured through many decades; his trading rules earned him millions of dollars. 


Livermore response to those that desire success in the markets was as follows:

Jesse Livermore quote

Note: This extract was published with the permission of Windsor Books, it can not be freely distributed.

Jesse Livermore used both fundamentals and technicals to profit in the markets. Livermore realised that he would have to learn his profession just as a doctor or engineer might.

Jesse Livermore is known to accumulate a fortune in the 1929/32 stock market crash. A reported $100 million dollars (in 1930's, this is huge). He did this by entering a trade when the market approached a critical determination point during the price trend, what he called a pivot point. At this point the trend would either re affirm it self as healthy (and continue) or not, thus a critical point in time in any trend. We at readtheticker.com use a method called Wyckoff 2.0 to determine Jesse Livermore pivot points. Read more through this site to learn more.

Here is a chart highlighting critical pivot points during the crash of 1929-32, or how Jesse Livermore made bank. Sure, fancy charts and tools he did not have, but we think in modern day times these are the pivot points Jesse Livermore would seek to profit from.

Livermore pivot points


You can see the Dow Jones Industrials was in a very strong Wyckoff 2.0 'mark down' phase between Oct 1929 and July 1932, an investor need only apply readtheticker.com Hurst Cycle and Gann Angles to expose the true trend 'pivot points' to exploit for profit. Become a member and research the current market for Jesse Livermore 'pivot points'. Gann, Hurst and Wyckoff tools have worked for decades. The more things change, the more they stay the same.

Below are some of Jesse trading rules:

1) Nothing new ever occurs in the business of speculating or investing in securities and commodities.

2) Money cannot consistently be made trading every day or every week during the year.

3) Don’t trust your own opinion and back your judgment until the action of the market itself confirms your opinion.

4) Markets are never wrong – opinions often are.

5) The real money made in speculating has been in commitments showing in profit right from the start.

6) At long as a stock is acting right, and the market is right, do not be in a hurry to take profits.

7) One should never permit speculative ventures to run into investments.

8) The money lost by speculation alone is small compared with the gigantic sums lost by so-called investors who have let their investments ride.

9) Never buy a stock because it has had a big decline from its previous high.

10) Never sell a stock because it seems high-priced.

11) I become a buyer as soon as a stock makes a new high on its movement after having had a normal reaction.

12) Never average losses.

13) The human side of every person is the greatest enemy of the average investor or speculator.

Wishful thinking must be banished.

14) Big movements take time to develop.

15) It is not good to be too curious about all the reasons behind price movements.

16) It is much easier to watch a few than many.

17)  If you cannot make money out of the leading active issues, you are not going to make money out of the stock market as a whole.

18) The leaders of today may not be the leaders of two years from now.

19) Do not become completely bearish or bullish on the whole market because one stock in some particular group has plainly reversed its course from the general trend.

20) Few people ever make money on tips. Beware of inside information. If there was easy money lying around, no one would be forcing it into your pocket.


More here: Jesse Livermore, Investing for dummies

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Investing Quote...

.."The market is like a slowly revolving wheel: Whether the wheel will continue to revolve in the same direction, stand still or reverse depends upon the forces which come in contact with it hub and tread"...

Richard D Wyckoff


.."Look at market fluctuations as your friend rather than your enemy; profit from folly rather than participate in it"..

Warren Buffett


Unless you can watch your stock holding decline by 50 per cent without becoming panic stricken, you should not be in the stock market.

Warren Buffett


..“If a speculator is correct half of the time, he is hitting a good average. Even being right 3 or 4 times out of 10 should yield a person a fortune if he has the sense to cut his losses quickly on the ventures where he is wrong.”..

Bernard Baruch


..“Investing should be like watching paint dry or watching grass grow. If you want excitement…go to Las Vegas.”...

Paul Samuelson




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