ever read the book? I don't think he would at all. no more bucket shops, no more insider info (supposedly anyway) and the volume in most stocks are too high for him to paint the tape as he did.
ps he also committed suicide.
Mr. Livermore suffered from clinical depression especially in his later years. He left behind 5 million
bucks in 1940 and I do think he would find these times full of opportunity and intrigued by how little the game has changed but just my opinion. Cheers
"The game of speculation is the most uniformly fascinating game in the world" Jessie Livermore