Using Williams %R: A Great Momentum Indicator!

Do you know Michelle Williams, the actress? She was on Dawson’s Creek, and in the movies Halloween H20 and Brokeback Mountain — the blonde girl.

Well, did you know that she once won the World Cup Championship of Futures Trading using the statistical tool her dad created, Williams %R? She did!

I can’t promise you that you will become a world championship trader after watching this episode, but if Williams %R could make a Hollywood actress an elite trader, what can it do for you?

In this episode, you’ll learn:

- what Williams %R is and what it signals (0:48)

- all about the great Larry Williams, father of Michelle and inventor of Williams %R (1:34)

- Larry Williams’s rules for buying and selling using Williams %R (2:06)

- how to use Williams %R as a counter-intuitive momentum indicator (3:25)

This episode also features an in-depth, real-life chart example of how to trade Williams %R. Everything is explained in great detail, so if Williams %R has always mystified you before, you’ll pick it up quickly in this video.

Williams %R can be used to determine if a stock is overbought or oversold, OR it can be used as a momentum indicator.

This is a multi-faceted trading tool that you absolutely MUST have in your arsenal. Using it, Larry Williams turned $10,000 into $1.1 million in one year — that’s a gain of more than 11,000%!

And he tutored his daughter well enough for her to win one of the most prestigious real-money trading contests in the world. This is one episode you absolutely don’t want to miss!

Happy Trading!

Manny Backus
CEO, Wealthpire Inc.

P.S. Can you really secure an average of $250 in as little as 15 minutes a day? With this system, I believe you can: success rate of approximately 75%.

Episode 61 — Using Williams %R: A Great Momentum Indicator!

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