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@zartcepsI'm looking for a decent publication of "Extraordinary Popular Delusions and The Madness of Crowds"? I'm looking for an ISBN number. #books
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@MiningBookGuy@zartceps - do you want the full, earlier edition? or the abridged one? I can get an ISBN for the earlier version, especially if you prefer buying older, used copies (or you can find it in a library)
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@zartcepsDoes the the abridged version only feature the part on markets? @MiningBookGuy? I thought that I could ask you for the ISBN for the book(s) on your shelf. I'm browsing around after a few titles on the crowd and behaviour, and I don't want to pick up a dodgy version.
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@MiningBookGuy@zartceps - i'm glad you asked! I forgot I included the ISBN's on my favorite 'bubble' books (another ceo.ca contributor asked me to do this a while ago). I highly recommend any of these books:
Specifically for ""Extraordinary Popular Delusions and The Madness of Crowds", the ISBN I have is: 0-517-541238 , a copy from 1980. I believe it's a 'complete' version. But it's hefty, and not easy to take with you.
Anyway, you can find ISBNs to all the other 'bubble' books in the notes below the youtube video. #books#bubblebooks (*EDIT - tagging to #mbgtrends in case others are interested)
@bullmarketmoveThanks @MiningBookGuy and @SFtrader totally agree that this book is essential reading. It's probably more useful for resource investors as the 'hold and sit tight' approach is needed to play out an entire cycle. Any other good books that are in the same vain? #books#JesseLivermore
@AllanBig day for me today, my book has been launched and I would be stoked if you guys buy it. You will learn a lot about me that you don't know from my reports or my commentary in here. I'm super proud of the book. Here is the link to buy it and if you could leave a review that would be awesome. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06WGL55F7#books
@bullmarketmoveThanks for that @MiningBookGuy yes, I also follow your strategy of buying more when there is a bigger correction, although this has caught me out on the past because if the stock isn't acting how it should or major insiders are selling them you should get out. But the stage analysis does have some value, I see it as just another tool to use for #trading, but you're right, everyone must trade/invest in their own way. #books#mbgtrends#TheNextBullMarketMove
@MiningBookGuy@BenjaminCox - i read "The Intelligent Investor"...it's good, but overall the book gets too much credit. I SHOULD read "Security Analysis", but got bored/distracted.
Honestly "The Money Game" is superior as a fun book AND for understanding speculation and the juniors. I am somewhat shocked (and mostly disappointed) that I can't find a single person at ceo.ca who has read it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJHrxHLZw-o+#TheMoneyGame#books
@BreakingBad01"When you look at one of Robert's plays, pretend you're looking at a scene from Gone with the Wind. It's dramatic, heart-stopping, breathtaking, mesmerizing, emotional. If you step far enough back from the scene you see a bunch of props...and that's the play" - Frank Giustra on #RobertFriedland in The Big Score (by Jacquie McNish) $IVN$CDB#books