LLS 3 Day Cycle Method

del

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Has anyone used the above trading method?

Would you like to explain it. Do you continue to use it?

Del.
 

mmillar

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Del,

It's actually LSS (Long, Short, Sell). The biggest proponent of this method (apart from Taylor who wrote it) is George Angell - you can find explanations of it in most of his books. This link is a brief explanation...

www.webspace4me.net/~blhill/pages.aux/stocks/bookmethod/LSS.doc


The only other person I know who uses it is www.daytradersaction.com. He doesn't explain it but every day just says 'I think it is Day 1 of the cycle so you should be thinking about buying today' etc.

Cheers
 
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Skimbleshanks

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A couple of years ago I messed around with Taylor's LSS method, but it didn't get me very far. There are some mistakes in his book (typographical errors probably) so that didn't help either.

I also know someone who thought that George Angell's book was a pile of you-know-what!

However, it did start me off on the road of looking at cycles - and those were good! In my mind the 3 day cycle is just too small to be of any use.
 

Bigbusiness

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So what are the good cycle lengths? I haven't got in to cycles but keep reading that they can work well.
 

ChartMan

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And there's me saying 12- 15 mins is a magic cycle time. Mind you, whatever the cycle time , arriving in three's is great for predicting/anticipating.
 

Skimbleshanks

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Have the best of both worlds - get rid of the leather executive chair and replace it with an exercise bike. Then you can trade cycles and cycle :D

And if you're a full-time trader, you can also tell everyone that you cycle to and from work! Hahaha
 

Bigbusiness

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Thanks for the replies. I like cycling and have an exercise bike but I haven't got in to market cycles. Hope it isn't as painful to learn as riding a bike.
 
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