WYCKOFF METHOD EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM
Wyckoff Analytics provides a content-packed, online curriculum on trading using the Wyckoff Method, an approach to the markets used by many professional traders. Foundational modules presenting key principles have been combined into our Wyckoff Trading Course (WTC), which is followed by hands-on application sessions -- the Wyckoff Trading Practicum Course -- and a weekly overview of the overall market and of specific sectors and stocks -- the Wyckoff Market Discussion. The curriculum is sequenced to lead to high-level proficiency in reading the market and trading tactics; however, even some introductory WTC materials can be applied immediately to improve your trading. These online courses are all led by Mr. Roman Bogomazov, a veteran trader-educator who has taught more than 700 sessions on the Wyckoff Method.
In the WTC webinars, you will learn how to track what professional traders and other large interests are doing in the markets, and how to place your trades along with the big money. The first three modules present core principles of Wyckoff Method analysis: (1) Structural Price Analysis, (2) Supply and Demand, and (3) Relative and Comparative Strength. The fourth focuses on customizing a Wyckoff trading plan to suit your trading objectives and timeframe.
Each module consists of between three and five weekly 2-hour sessions. All participants receive PDF copies of the course materials as well as password access to video recordings of the sessions for one year.
Wyckoff Structural Price Analysis: Understanding market structure allows you to anticipate coming price action. You will learn to identify and analyze accumulation, distribution, re-accumulation and re-distribution – the key trading ranges that power trends. You will also learn Wyckoff Method trade set-ups based on market structure, how to enter an existing trend, and how to recognize in advance when a trend is likely to end. The next cycle of the (Spring Series) Wyckoff Structural Price Analysis module starts on January 7, 2019.
The first session is complimentary! Click here to register now!
Supply and Demand: This section of the WTC focuses in detail on identifying supply and demand on any chart in any timeframe. The Wyckoff Method is based on the assumption that all freely traded markets are governed by supply and demand, which are dominated by large professional interests. Knowing how to read supply and demand on a chart will allow you to better time your entries and exits, and to trade with rather than against the “smart money.” The next cycle of the (Spring Series) Supply and Demand module starts on February 4, 2019.
Relative and Comparative Strength: In the Wyckoff trading method, these concepts help you select the top stocks in the best sectors to trade, particularly at market turns. In this WTC segment you will learn how to apply these concepts to: (i) identify candidates for long or short trades, and (ii) to improve the timing of your entries and exits. The next cycle of the (Spring Series) Relative and Comparative Strength module starts on March 11, 2019.
Wyckoff Trading Plan: The first three modules allow you to immediately apply standalone Wyckoff Method concepts to your own trading. The final section has been designed for those who want to integrate these elements in personalized trading plan. Mr. Bogomazov provides students with a basic Wyckoff trading plan, which students can customize based on their individual circumstances and trading preferences. The next cycle of the (Spring Series) Wyckoff Trading Plan module starts on April 8, 2019.
Proficiency in the Wyckoff Method (or anything else!) comes only with sustained deliberate practice. This interactive online course has been designed specifically for WTC graduates, with exercises emphasizing Wyckoff analysis of stock charts as they unfold over time under different market conditions. Students have many opportunities to apply and refine their visual pattern recognition, stock selection and trade management skills using Wyckoff trading techniques. The next cycle of the Wyckoff Trading Practicum Course starts on January 8, 2019.
The Wyckoff Trading Practicum Course consists of four online 2-hour sessions per month. As with the WTC modules, all participants receive PDF copies of the course materials and password access to session recordings for one year.
We provide a weekly review and analysis of the overall market as well as specific sectors and stocks using the Wyckoff Method. These 1 ½-hr online sessions are conducted interactively by Mr. Roman Bogomazov and Mr. Bruce Fraser, an internationally recognized authority on the Wyckoff Method and author of the "Wyckoff Power Charting" blog on stockcharts.com (http://stockcharts.com/articles/wyckoff). For more information, please click here! Although there is no prerequisite for participation, the WMD provides ongoing reinforcement and opportunities to practice applying Wyckoff Method principles and analysis for WTC and WTPC graduates. Individual stock discussions focus mainly on charts of trade candidates submitted by WMD participants. Sign up for Wyckoff Market Discussion weekly sessions here.