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Steve Burns@CubbieBears @jimcramer Great collection! Loved the ‘Perfect Stock’ book. (Source)

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Stan Weinstein's Secrets For Profiting in Bull and Bear Markets reveals his successful methods for timing investments to produce consistently profitable results.

Topics include:

Stan Weinstein's personal philosophy on investing
The ideal time to buy
Refining the buying process
Knowing when to sell
Selling Short
Using the best long-term indicators to spot Bull and Bear markets
Odds, ends, and profits
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Steve Burns@nextbigtrade @markminervini Great book! (Source)

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The Ultimate Trading Psychology Guide

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Steve Burns@doybins @Tradersreality Thanks, it is a great book. Let me know what you think. (Source)

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The empowering story of Larry Hite's unlikely rise to the top of the hedge fund world--with critical insights and lessons you can take to the bank

In The Rule, legendary trader and hedge fund pioneer Larry Hite recounts his working-class upbringing in Brooklyn as a dyslexic, partially blind kid who was anything but a model student--and how he went on to found and run Mint Investment Management Company, one of the most profitable and largest quantitative hedge funds in the world.

Hite's wild success is based on his deep understanding that markets...
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Steve Burns@jimmygib24 @Covel Great book, by a trading legend. (Source)

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How to Make Money Selling Stocks Short

There are two sides to everything, except the stock market. In the stock market there is only one side--the right side. In certain market conditions, selling short can put you on the right side, but it takes real knowledge and market know-how as well as a lot of courage to assume a short position.

The mechanics of short selling are relatively simple, yet virtually no one, including most professionals, knows how to sell short correctly. In How to Make Money Selling Stocks Short, William J. O'Neil offers you the information needed to pursue an effective short selling strategy, and...
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Steve BurnsThe best book I’ve seen on short selling: How to Make Money Selling Stocks Short by William J. O'Neil via @amazon (Source)

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The Success Equation

Steve Burns@RampCapitalLLC @mjmauboussin I’m reading this now, great book! (Source)

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A comprehensive and practical guide to the stock market from a successful fund manager—filled with case studies, important background information, and all the tools you’ll need to become a stock market genius.

Fund manager Joel Greenblatt has been beating the Dow (with returns of 50 percent a year) for more than a decade. And now, in this highly accessible guide, he’s going to show you how to do it, too. You’re about to discover investment opportunities that portfolio managers, business-school professors, and top investment experts regularly miss—uncharted areas where the...

Steve Burns@DeepGadkari That is a great book! (Source)

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Reminiscences of a Stock Operator is the unforgettable story of the life of Jesse Livermore, one of Wall Street's greatest ever stock speculators.

Loosely fictionalised in 1923 in collaboration with journalist Edwin Lefevre, this is the story of the highs and the lows, the strategies and the street smarts, the epic wins (and sometimes epic losses) that has inspired generations of investors and traders.

This edition comes with an exclusive foreword by Tim Price, author of Investing Through the Looking Glass.

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Steve Burns"By far, the best investing book is Reminiscences Of A Stock Operator. Everything in that book is true about how markets work, how human nature works, the mistakes people make, the greed that they have, the ways they get themselves in trouble." - Gundlach (Source)

Alykhan SatchuMy all time favorite Book (Source)

Joshua M. BrownEach new generation of traders gets inspired by this book but I have come to love it as more of a cautionary tale. and FYI, this is the better book for that context: (Source)

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Gregory Zuckerman, the bestselling author of The Greatest Trade Ever and The Frackers, answers the question investors have been asking for decades: How did Jim Simons do it?

Shortlisted for the Financial Times/McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award

Jim Simons is the greatest money maker in modern financial history. No other investor--Warren Buffett, Peter Lynch, Ray Dalio, Steve Cohen, or George Soros--can touch his record. Since 1988, Renaissance's signature Medallion fund has generated average annual returns of 66 percent. The firm...

Abhishek Kar@Singh7575 ~The man who solved the market Nice book and interesting insights from Jim's life. Read it last month. Happy reading👍 (Source)

Andy SumI finished reading a book! Pretty interesting biography and background on some of the emotions involved in quantatative trading. Worth reading. (Source)

Steve BurnsThe new book on Jim Simons is in my top 5 favorite trading books of all time ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ It is already the #19 best seller in Amazon nonfiction The Man Who Solved the Market: How Jim Simons Launched the Quant Revolution Kindle Edition by Gregory Zuckerman (Source)

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