A practical guide for making sense of chaos theory and applying it to today's financial markets. Enables traders and analysts to uncover hidden determinism in seemingly random market events and make accurate investment decisions with high probabilities for profit. Supplies practical, real-world tools for applying chaos to global commodity, futures and options markets. Its unique organizational format introduces readers to the financial applications of chaos in five graduated stages, beginning with a clear nontechnical introduction all the way to chart analysis, fractals, Elliott Wave and advanced nonlinear dynamics.
TRADING CHAOS APPLYING EXPERT TECHNIQUES TO MAXIMIZE YOUR PROFITS
Chaos theory now stands at the cutting edge of financial decision-making methods. The product of years of scientific investigation into unpredictable phenomena, it has the potential to offer traders entirely new perspectives on the movements of markets—and less risky routes to greater, more consistent profitability. Unlike other books on the subject, Trading Chaos takes chaos analysis out of the realm of the abstract and makes complex concepts easy to understand and use. It offers you the most practical, comprehensive guide available to applying chaos theory to the real world of trading and investing.
In this breakthrough work, author Bill Williams gives you the benefit of his unique qualifications: 35 years of successful trading and a PhD in psychology. The instructional techniques used in Trading Chaos have been tested and refined in the workshops, seminars, and private tutoring sessions Dr. Williams has conducted in 12 different countries.
Designed for all traders—from beginner to experienced professional—Trading Chaos introduces you to the financial applications of chaos in five graduated stages, starting with a clear, nontechnical introduction (Level One: The Novice Trader) all the way to chart analysis, fractals, Elliott wave, and advanced nonlinear dynamics (Level Five: The Expert Trader).
Trading Chaos probes depths of human and economic behavior that other books do not even mention, including:
Numerous charts, trading models, analysis spreadsheets, and review questions reinforce the key concepts and help insure full comprehension of the material.
Regardless of your current degree of expertise, Trading Chaos will take you to new levels of trading confidence and increased profit.
This practical guide to the powerful tools of chaos theory will help you make better, more profitable trades
"Bill Williams brings a unique background and experience to the commodity trading world. His approach to becoming a successful trader includes many fresh and fascinating concepts for traders of all experience levels."—Bruce Babcock Editor, Commodity Traders Consumer Report
"Bill Williams has demystified the Elliott Wave. His technical approach is an innovative and effective way to trade markets for novice and expert traders alike."—Bob Koppel Skylane Trading Group
"Trading Chaos by Bill Williams is an excellent guide to profiting from a market which is nonlinear in structure. The book is divided into logical levels of trading techniques useful to the novice and expert trader. I was genuinely surprised that the expert can still learn refreshingly new techniques at each level presented."—Timothy C. Slater Managing Director of Dow Jones Telerate Seminars
Trading Chaos takes chaos theory out of the abstract realm and into the real world of practical investment decision-making. Using the techniques in this remarkable book, you will uncover the hidden patterns of what appear to be the random, unpredictable movements of the commodity, futures, and options markets. Regardless of your current level of experience, expert commodity trader and trainer Bill Williams will give you the skills and insights to move to levels of trading ability you would not have imagined possible.
Clear, practical, and nontechnical—Unlike other books on chaos theory, Trading Chaos is designed to be easy to understand and use
Unique organizational format—Introduces the reader to the financial applications of chaos in five graduated stages, from Novice to Expert Trader
Expert advice on avoiding common psychological traps and pitfalls—Including such self-limiting afflictions as the "paralysis of analysis," "opinionitis," and the dangers of trading on individual belief systems
A wealth of supplementary materials—Charts, trading models, trade plans, analysis spreadsheets, and trading diaries illustrate and reinforce key conceptsSee all Product Description
Great book. Not only technical aspects has to be considered in Trading and "Trading Chaos" talk about the Psychology of the Trader and how to engage in changing it. Read morePublished on Sept. 22 2011 by Jean-GUIllaume
The five stars is only for the cover. However, the content of the book is pathetic. I have read many trading books and several chaos books and I can honestly say this book is... Read morePublished on Oct. 20 2003
This book really is mistitled. Chaos theory for markets is not presented, so look elsewhere for that. Read morePublished on June 26 2003 by W. G. Tom
In the first few chapters, he sounds so attractive, after that, you will find the author using new technical analysis words to describe the breakthrough of the resistance/support... Read morePublished on March 25 2003 by Mr. H. W. Tang
Williams uses big words (fractals, chaos, quantum mechanics) to impress the reader, but says nothing meaningful.I found this book a waste of time and moneyPublished on March 10 2003 by Giandomenico Rende
As an avid student of Chaos Theory and Fractals, I found this book to be similar to his other one. Williams eludes to using fractals in his analysis but makes no reference to... Read morePublished on Sept. 25 2001 by Enic Hauffen
I was greatly disappointed with this book. One would think it is about chaos theory and its applications for the financial markets, but all it has on the subject is one page of... Read morePublished on Dec 13 2000 by Amazon Customer
There is nothing earth shattering here, but I got a lot out of the book. It will depend on the reader. Read morePublished on Sept. 7 2000
This book is a total waste of time. The author makes no attempt to explain chaos theory other than to say is is a new way to look at information. Read morePublished on Dec 11 1999