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WTC Part IV (Spring 2019) - PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER: DEVELOPING A WYCKOFF TRADING PLAN

The previous sections of the WTC incorporate foundational elements of the Wyckoff Method and are designed to allow you to immediately apply standalone concepts to your own trading.   For students who want to integrate these elements more deeply, Mr. Bogomazov teaches how to create a Wyckoff trading plan in the final three WTC sessions.  Because the content of this section relies so heavily on materials presented previously, participation will be limited to students who have attended WTC Parts I, II and III.

  • Using filters to improve selection of stocks or options to trade

  • Relative strength filters

  • Structural filters

  • Supply and demand filters

  • Using multiple filters to pinpoint the best trades and times to open positions

  • Market Analysis as a Filter – timing entries in sync with the market

  • Using Wyckoff Method concepts to create a trading plan

  • Back-testing your trading plan with a pre-formatted Excel template – key variables to track

  • Trading tactics for your Wyckoff trading plan: entries, position management, and exits

  • Exercises and homework assignments

  • Mini-course Duration: 3 online sessions

Dates: Monday afternoons; April 1, 8, and 15

Time: 3:00-5:30 p.m. (PDT)

Prerequisite: WTC Parts I, II and III, or consent of instructor: Relative and comparative strength are Wyckoff Method concepts that can help you select the top stocks in the best sectors to trade, particularly at market turns.  In this part of the course, you will learn how to apply these concepts to identify candidates for long or short trades, and how they can also be used to improve the timing of your entries and exits.

  • Relative and comparative strength analysis: how to choose the best vehicles to trade

  • Use of comparative strength for stock selection in the Wyckoff Method

  • Improving the Wyckoff Method's comparative strength analysis in trading ranges

  • Differences between relative and comparative performance

  • Using changes in relative strength or weakness to spot sectors and stocks to trade

  • Creating selection filters using relative and comparative strength to identify high-probability trades

  • Exercises and homework assignments

  • Mini-course Duration: 4 online sessions

Dates: Monday afternoons; March 11, 18, 25, and April 1

Time: 3:00-5:00 p.m. (PDT)

Prerequisite: WTC Parts I and II (Wyckoff Structural Price Analysis and Supply and Demand) or consent of instructor