A highly successful speculator shows how to use your skills as an amateur psychologist and a student of human nature to make money through the stock market. It identifies the four greatest enemies to stock market prosperity, showing how to recognize and avoid these pitfalls, and outlines the benefits... read more
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A highly successful speculator shows how to use your skills as an amateur psychologist and a student of human nature to make money through the stock market. It identifies the four greatest enemies to stock market prosperity, showing how to recognize and avoid these pitfalls, and outlines the benefits of "contrary thinking."
Unabridged republication of the work originally published by Houghton Mifflin, Boston, in 1930.
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