Love the first book and couldn't be more relevant right now. For a little less of a macro/analytical look at 'great depression', I really like Reminicscenes of A Stock Operator by Edwin Lefevre. It's a fictionalized account of a trader during the early 1900s but still full of critical, timeless lessons that bear on the psychological aspects of investing during times of great volatility. A nice compliment to Roth's book.

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