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Periods where psychologically things get out of kilter temporarily, get sorted out by coming back to the mean. This was made clear to me, either it was the second or the third day of the MDC, and Larry was explaining one particular setup.
He was very keen on where the open was compared to the close, high and low of the previous day. He was always looking for those opportunities where the open got out of whack, was out of position compared to historically where it had been.
He was looking for options to close that gap and for the market to revert to mean. So the market reverting to mean is a very strong force in the market, and he was using that to look for trading opportunities.
And again, this came from a question at the MDC. Those two things together. The large stop allows you to sit through quite a lot of volatility in the market. Then if you happen to have a profitable open position, close the position out, take your money. The market is more often random than rational. Your attitude to trading should take that into account. I think you can look at the stock market and look on a longer-term basis, a medium to long-term basis and yes, come up with some rational reasons why the market did that.
But minute-to-minute, hour-to-hour even sometimes day-to-day the market is just oftentimes irrational and more random than actually moving in a particular direction for very good kind of fundamental reasons. This one is really the result of technical analysis and trading books becoming so pervasive.
These days, those patterns are so well-known by all the players, that in fact, the strongest moves come when you fade these well-known patterns. For example, a candlestick pattern like a Shooting Star which where you gap up and make new highs and then close on the lows.
The general consensus is that this would be a blow off move that a lot of people will see as bearish. So when common, well-known, traditional technical patterns, fail, or are faded by the real professionals, they end up being very good trades. Those are really worth looking out for. There are so many relationships that are ethereal in trading. There are very few things that you can rely on — not just week in, week out, month in, month out, but year in and decade in, decade out.
There are two things, though. One is day-to-day volatility cycles. The market goes from periods of being very active to very quiet, to very active to very quiet.
And so use that to your advantage. Chances are, the next day is gonna be quiet. The second one is the daily range. I think those types of days will always persist. If you can find them, they will be good trading opportunities. Opening range breakout-type trades will always be a winning proposition. Now, with this particular lesson, I put a cross against it.
The other ones have got ticks against them because I agree with them. In Larry Williams setups and trades, he relies heavily on intermarket relationships. I am not convinced that these are long-term relationships hold up. He is looking at patterns in the current trend, the short-term trend in these markets against each other, rather than long-term correlations between them.
For me, the thing that changed was the Financial Crisis of — a lot of these relationships that looked good and worked well for years and almost decades prior, broke down entirely. Central Banks around the world taking positions in equities and corporate bonds and all this crazy stuff. The world has changed.
Your historical system testing results might show that they work historically. But looking into the future, are they going to hold up and still work? In the back testing that Larry Williams does, particularly with the intermarket relationships, the sample size of the trades is scarily small. You know, in the teens or in the twenties. They are just the result of the market volatility to generate the system results rather than real relationships between patterns and intermarket relationships.
The first thing was, I built myself what I thought was the perfect system. But, at the time, the way I was coding with TradeStation, I was not able to incorporate the intermarket relationships successfully.
That is a tricky thing to do with TradeStation and EasyLanguage. I built myself what I thought was a perfect system, and then within about three months of running it, it blew up and I blew up my account.
That was a personal lesson learned. Totally my fault, nothing to do with what I learned from Larry Williams. I just shortcut something, to try and make something work. However, it did get me switched out of a purely systematic approach to a far more discretionary approach. It reinvigorated my trading and research, and it spurred me on to a number of years of, from my perspective, very fruitful research.
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