Hugely popular market guru updates his popular trading strategy for a post-crisis world
From Larry Williams--one of the most popular and respected technical analysts of the past four decades--Long-Term Secrets to Short-Term Trading, Second Edition provides the blueprint necessary for sound and profitable short-term trading in a post-market meltdown economy. In this updated edition of the evergreen trading book, Williams shares his years of experience as a highly successful short-term trader, while highlighting the advantages and disadvantages of what can be a very fruitful yet potentially dangerous endeavor.
- Offers market wisdom on a wide range of topics, including chaos, speculation, volatility breakouts, and profit patterns
- Explains fundamentals such as how the market moves, the three most dominant cycles, when to exit a trade, and how to hold on to winners
- Includes in-depth analysis of the most effective short-term trading strategies, as well as the author's winning technical indicators
Short-term trading offers tremendous upside. At the same time, the practice is also extremely risky. Minimize your risk and maximize your opportunities for success with Larry Williams's Long-Term Secrets to Short-Term Trading, Second Edition.
About the Author
Larry R. Williams has been trading for almost fifty years and is one of the most highly regarded short-term traders in the world. Larry has taught thousands to trade, won several trading championships, and since 1970 has been writing bestselling books based on his technical indicator, Williams %R, developed in 1966 and still published daily in major financial newspapers and on finance and investing sites. Between trading, researching, and developing trading tools, he ran twice for the U.S. Senate, was a board member of the National Futures Association, and has received numerous awards, including Futures magazine's first Doctor of Futures Award, the Omega Research Lifetime Achievement Award, and Traders International 2005 Trader of the Year. The Mayor of San Diego declared October 6th, 2002 Larry Williams' Day. Larry has been featured on CNBC and Fox News, and has been interviewed and quoted in more publications than he can keep track of.