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Reminiscences of a Stock Operator (A Marketplace B&hellip by Edwin Lefèvre
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
This book saved me from the drudgery of a 12 hour train journey one day. I was absolutely enthused by its storyline and the advice given on financial speculation.
This book teaches you that the way traders think, the way they behave and the reasons for their behaviour are the same now as they were back at the turn of the 20th century. It is not an easy read for those not keen on investment speculation. But if you intend to speculate with your own money, you should allow Jesse Livermore's lessons to sink into your subconcious. It is a book you need to read more than once to gain the most from it.
I am surprised nobody has made a film based upon this book.
Lottery Numbers Past, Present & Future by Harry Schneider
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Flawed theory, 24 Feb 2004
Past, Present & Future is a compilation of comparisons between number groups and their results in the Florida and UK lottery from the period 91-94. It claims to "exploit the statistical situation". Whilst an honest view of the use of statistical analysis, I would have to say that it's stats are correct however its conclusions are misleading.
Each graph shows the frequency with which each group of numbers occur in the results of both lotteries. It rightly displays the distribution patterns of these groups from the results. Then from these patterns it then advises the player to pick a certain number of lottery balls within each group.
As an example, his first group is even… Read more