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Williams Trading Days
Version 2
Traders can now know the trading day of the month or trading day of the year so they can take advantage of seasonal patterns. Certain trading days of the month, or year, habitually are more prone to rally or decline. This tool allows traders to focus in on the best seasonal sweet spots of a month or year. Just click on any trading bar and you will be able to see what trading day of the month and trading day of the year it is. This package includes 1 indicator and 1 Workspace. The indicator (Williams Trading Day Counter) plots the trading day of the year and month in the pane of your choosing. The default Workspace includes the indicator in the price pane for easy viewing through the data window.
Traders can now know the trading day of the month or trading day of the year so they can take advantage of seasonal patterns. Certain trading days of the month, or year, habitually are more prone to rally or decline. This tool allows traders to focus in on the best seasonal sweet spots of a month or year.

Just click on any trading bar and you will be able to see what trading day of the month and trading day of the year it is.

This package includes 1 indicator and 1 Workspace. The indicator (Williams Trading Day Counter) plots the trading day of the year and month in the pane of your choosing. The default Workspace includes the indicator in the price pane for easy viewing through the data window.


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Version 2
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Version 2
Updated documentation.

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It works
December 15, 2016 Version: 2
By:PedroPete
If you want to look up the TDOY or TDOM then this free indicator will do the job.

If you're approaching the issue from the viewpoint of programming in Easylanguage then the following link may help https://community.tradestation.com/discussions/topic.aspx?topic_id=35277&Page=1
Excellent!
March 23, 2016 Version: 2
By:Laurel Grefsheim
I am in total agreement with Jeffrey Southern and Mary Reese - this is a Huge time saver and helps prevent confusion on how to handle/count "partial" days when the cash markets are closed, but futures have already been trading. The only thing that could have made it any better would be if it also tracked remaining trading days of the month/year - I know, "if wishes were fishes, the sea would be full". Thank You Larry for doing this for us !!!
not helpful to me
March 21, 2016 Version: 2
By:Stephen McCormick
I need the TS code in order to be useful.
Very helpful unless you love to count!
March 19, 2016 Version: 2
By:Mary Reese
Thanks, Larry, for this very helpful tool! Yes, I can count market days myself, but prefer to spend my time looking at charts and watching your LarryTV videos.

This indicator will probably not be useful to anyone who doesn't buy Larry's forecast every year or the 6 month update. Larry forecasts which days have historically been the most profitable to buy and sell the various markets--S&P, bond, gold, copper, yen, dollar, grains, etc. To those who follow him, this free indicator makes life easier! Did I mention that it's also free??
Larry Williams trading days
March 17, 2016 Version: 2
By:Thomas Geraghty
Great tool but you have to know how to use it.

Stephen C your out of line to say it is worthless, better said you don't understand how to use it.

Jeffery S You are out of line as well, saying people can't think for themselves. How could anyone possible know how it works if you have not read and followed LW threw out the years

I understand the concept from reading LW Futures Trading Vol 1 (I believe its out of print).

I personally called TS because it had me stumped at first. They first off had no idea that it was and indicator, or how it worked, I gave that up after spending 15 min on the phone with them.

Simple concept from LW earlier books. The concept was taught in the London School of Business many years ago. I think Larry is the only one out there that it is using it still.. but it works.

The simple version here is that at the end of the line we expect a move up or down.

The concept is any time period. Count from high to new high or low to new low then multiply it by 1.28 then from the high to high go to the low between and count the number of time periods out you will always get a turn, and vice versa low to new low then x 1.28 then count from the high between the low to low...

works great but there is no where and no one at TS that can explain how it works... I know because I have tried.

Great tool though
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