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Thanks JC. Paul Tudor on Reminiscences page 399 is an excellent addition to the book. Q.Livermore/Livingston lays down numerous rules during the book. Do you ever think about these particular insights as you manage your own trades today, or are there any phrases or anecdotes that linger with you more than the others?. Jones. There are two rules from this book by which I now…

Thanks Roland. Have noticed not many stocks to choose from with the proceeds,with falling momentum will you increase cash position until such times allow or relax the rules!!,or maybe increase % holdings in those that qualify with a more concentrated portfolio.

Thanks Graham. For sharing that stat that 40% of the S&P 500 will not be around in10yrs time, shows you that with technology change just how tough investing is,let alone trying to beat the market on a consistent basis.I've read hundreds of books & haven' once come across that. ,

GVC Holdings(Lon GVC There margins have been very erratic over the years,they have made some big acquis ions BWIN being a reverse takeover,Bpty merged with WIN ( which turned out to be a disaster),along came GVC who seemed to have the midas touch in an otherwise complex business cultures,quite a bit of goodwill on the balance sheet & with the shrewdest operator selling most of…

Timarr, Intresting,Gvc,Teff,would fall into high ranked stocks, going back 15 months most of the stocks mentioned( 28),not included sruce or atlntis.20 of those were either super stocks /high fliers ,other eight fell into 1 contrarian.1 mom trap,1 falling star,1 value trap,1 sucker stock,2 17/18% ( 5 stocks) would of warned us of potential trouble ahead,while 72%( winning styles) would of lost you quite a…

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