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Reviews Larry Williams Products (Jan
I have purchased the money tree course, long term secrets to short term trading
and have attended 1 of his inner circle workshops
money tree course I found useful but it was somewhat sloppy at times. It is
a good introduction course, but it makes commodity trading look fairly easy (IT
IS NOT), there are some good pieces of broad information that are useful if you
care to investigate. The information is easily understood and makes sense.
term secrets: I have raced through it once and could see Larry was very open
and i thought it was very realistic. When finished reading I had the impression
that commodity trading was a very tough and tiring application that takes all
the effort you have in order for you to be successful. I also had the impression
that Larry was frustrated with his trading performance during the time he was
writing the book. Must have been one of those drawdown periods that we all have.
circle workshop: Full of information, almost overwhelming, I needed about
2 or 3 weeks to digest the information and still have not covered all of it. It
was very useful and helped my trading. It was also reassuring to be able to put
my questions to Larry Williams personally and get his own personal response. I
think that because Larry has been through the fire pits of trading and been trading
as long as he has that he makes it look and feel easy. But he kept saying that
this trading is a risky business and if you do not like risk then do not trade
commodities. I have noticed over the years and the profits and losses that you
get accustomed to the pressure and find your risk zone and it appears to get a
little easier to engage this commodiy beast. Without Larrys information I do not
believe I would still be in the game, though I have yet to take $10,000 to anywhere
have also bought a ken roberts course and an options recommendation service
for a short time but neither one seemed to work on a consistent basis. I lost
money with both.
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Comparison of Popular Trading Systems
by Lars Kestner
Comparison of Popular Trading Systems" was originally written to determine which
ideas and strategies of published authors were profitable. The systems found in
popular books usually were not rigorously tested for performance. This manual
is a vehicle to test that performance. In its second edition, the analysis has
been updated and expanded to include more ideas and new techniques.
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Kestner Trading Systems Issue
Jam packed with information on how to choose trading systems that are profitable!
This issue kicks off with an interview with Lars Kestner, the trading systems
analyst. He contributes a fascinating article on the subject, showing us the K-Ration
and the methods behind how he identifies profitable trading systems. Take a look
as he shows us how moving averages can make you money! All this and more!