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    One of the Cornerstone Books on the Stock Market

    Jesse L. Livermore. How to Trade in Stocks. The Livermore Formula for Combining Time Element and Price. New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, [1940]. First trade edition. Octavo. vii, [3], 133, [1, blank] pages. Pages 103-133 contain sixteen charts printed in red, blue, and black. Title with the Livermore crest, showing the ticker tape, market key, and chart sheets, printed in red, blue, and black. Publisher's full black buckram. Front cover stamped in silver with the Livermore crest, spine lettered in silver. Ex-Library copy with markings, perforated stamps and pocket. Binding somewhat worn, text a bit toned, pencil markings and minor soiling throughout. Blurb about the book affixed to the preliminary page facing the title-page. Fair.


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