In this book, originally published in 1922, Wyckoff lays out his insider's knowledge for everyone, especially those who are willing to study before risking one's own money. After all, he wrote, "in Wall Street as anywhere else, the chief essential is common sense, coupled with study and practical experience."
He covers topics such as the six rules he's found helpful, why he adopted Harriman's principle, what he looks for before buying a bond, the earmarks of a desirable investment, the importance of knowing who owns a stock, and how to recognize manipulation in the market.
This is NOT the book you need about trading. This is NOT the book everybody are talking from R.D. Wyckoff. Read morePublished on September 28, 2012 by Happy Customer
Don't waste your money. This book might have made sense when it was written in 1922, but at best it is a footnote to history. There is nothing of any real value here. Read morePublished on December 19, 2007 by H. Vincent