Are you serious? Jesse Livermore is a famous investor who made and lost several fortunes in the market. He wrote some well-known books about investing. He committed suicide in 1940. When Jesse tells you what NOT to do, he's the guy to listen to.
I read his "How to Trade in Stocks" several years ago, and he talks about charting, etc. I think he "invented" some of the charting terminology used in the decades since he was around. I don't remember that much about the book, but I suspect it's more entertaining than useful. Since his career was a combination of wild successes and bad failures, I'm not sure what lessons to take from his experiences.