- Tapa blanda: 166 páginas
- Editor: Tradeguider Systems International (31 de mayo de 2011)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0983626804
- ISBN-13: 978-0983626800
- Valoración media de los clientes: 1 opinión de cliente
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº59.834 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
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Trading In the Shadow of the Smart Money: Volume 1 (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 31 may 2011
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In “Trading in the Shadow of the Smart Money” Gavin discusses why market manipulation is actually a good thing for traders and investors who can read the chart correctly based on universal laws. All markets work because they are governed by three universal laws, which are the law of supply and demand, the law of cause and effect and the law of effort versus result. To make money in life there is a fourth and very important law, the law of attraction, and for the first time in any book on trading that we are aware of Gavin unlocks the key to success in trading and investing in the markets: BELIEF in your human ability to make money and in your system to read charts. The book gives actual trade set ups taught to Gavin by Tom Williams and gives over 50 annotated color charts explaining the VSA principles bar by bar.
Biografía del autor
In 2002 Gavin Holmes had the good fortune to meet Tom Williams, a former syndicate trader who traded with one of the largest stock trading funds in America during the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. Tom wrote two books that he self published, “The Undeclared Secrets that Drive the Stock Market” and “Master the Markets”. Both books have now sold or been distributed to over 100,000 traders and investors worldwide. Tom connected with Gavin, and at their first meeting Tom explained that the markets were being manipulated on a daily basis by the “Smart Money”. Tom was himself a “Smart Money” insider, and he had developed a trading system that could see the activity of the “Smart Money” as they were manipulating the markets by observing the interrelationship between volume, price action and the closing price on a price chart. Tom developed a methodology called Volume Spread Analysis and computerized his system with amazing results. Gavin became Tom’s protégé and over the last 9 years Gavin has become recognized as a worldwide expert in the Volume Spread Analysis methodology and market manipulation. Gavin has featured as a headline speaker at numerous seminars and webinars around the world, has provided educational courses for the CME Group in Chicago and has featured as the trader at the New York and Las Vegas traders expo’s Traders Challenge where Gavin traded his live account, showing the principles of VSA appearing live and taking trades. Gavin’s passion is based on the original teachings of Richard Wyckoff, Richard Ney and Tom Williams who all had the same goal, to educate the uninformed public.
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The book is not the worst I have read about the market. However, it is flimsy, disorganized, terribly edited, and pushes the software and core methodology to the point that it undermines the credibility of the author. Some of the charts and transcripts are helpful, but the author spends far too many pages on beating very simple concepts to death. It is a huge waste, and the amount of usable information, while somewhat helpful, is minimal. As another reviewer noted, it takes an inordinate amount of time to extract value from this book the way it is structured.
Gavin Holmes is the protege/successor of Tom Williams, who was an apostle of Richard Wyckoff, and the VSA methodology. Sadly, Tradeguider has started pushing products like signal services, that cause me to severely question the value added of their line of products. Please excuse the digression, but it is important background to understanding the motivations behind the release of this particular book.
The methodology is useful, but this book, at $50, is a total waste. If you can't find it online, download Master the Markets, and search for VSA on Babypips and ForexFactory, both of which have excellent threads dedicated to the methodology in this book.
Also, check out the Anna Coulling Volume "A Complete Guide to Volume Spread Analysis". It is $5 if I recall correctly and is a worthwhile addition to your kindle library, especially as an introduction, if you don't find combing through forums to be convenient.
Overall - PASS on this book.
He starts of talking about vsa stuff he didnt even explain yet,
It seem like the book is designed to give you information and confuse you at the same time, and then sell you his software.
and also frustrating to read the definition of what an up-bar is for the 34e time near the end of the book.