November 2018 Special: Trading Technical Analysis Signals using Wyckoff Contextual Logic
Price. Volume. Time. Sentiment. Recognizing and correctly interpreting different patterns of these variables - representing the flow of supply and demand - are at the heart of the Wyckoff Method. Some experienced Wyckoffians trade successfully using these factors alone. Many others use Technical Analysis (TA) tools to help decide when to enter and exit trades. Most traders know that some indicators work better in consolidations (e.g., oscillators), while others work better when a trend is underway (e.g., moving averages).
The Wyckoff Method’s framework for understanding the ever-changing market structure can help traders drill down to a deeper level to deploy different TA tools in the most appropriate environments. In this month’s three-part webinar series - Trading Technical Analysis Signals using Wyckoff Contextual Logic - Roman Bogomazov will demonstrate how this approach can help traders decide which TA tools to use during different Wyckoff Phases and events in both trading ranges and trending environments.
During these sessions, Roman will share his extensive experience applying Wyckoffian contextual logic to indicators commonly used in conventional TA. As he walks you through Selling and Buying Climaxes, Secondary Tests, Springs, Upthrusts and other Wyckoff events, he will describe how he has used:
Linear regression channels to help define the market environment - both trending and non-trending
Price and momentum indicators - Rate of Change (ROC), MACD, RSI and Stochastics
Trending tools - including moving averages, Bollinger Bands and Keltner Channels
Volatility tools - Average True Range (as well as Bollinger Bands and Keltner Channels)
Volume tools - up and down volume, on balance volume (OBV), horizontal volume, and Money Flow Index
Relative Rotation Graphs - a great top-down tool to help identify sector rotation
No one would dream of using all these indicators on the same chart. However, after Roman’s presentations, you’ll be able to choose which of these would best suit your trading style and timeframe. And more importantly, you'll be able to recognize different price environments appropriate for specific TA tools.
This will be a very content-rich series geared primarily towards traders familiar with the basics of the Wyckoff Method and multiple TA indicators. Please join us!
As usual, all sessions will be recorded and posted on a password-protected page for one full year, in case you can't be online during one or more sessions. In addition, all participants will receive a pdf file of the slides used in the presentations.
Dates: November 1, 8 and 15; 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. (Pacific Time)
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Roman Bogomazov is a trader and educator specializing in the Wyckoff Method of trading and investing, which he has taught for the last five years as an Adjunct Professor at Golden Gate University in San Francisco. He is also President of Wyckoff Associates, LLC, an enterprise providing online Wyckoff Method education to traders throughout the world (www.wyckoffanalytics.com). Using WyckoffAnalytics.com as a thriving trading community platform, Roman has developed a comprehensive educational curriculum covering basic to advanced Wyckoff concepts and techniques, as well as visual pattern recognition and real-time drills to enhance traders’ skills and confidence. In the last 3 years alone, Roman has conducted over 700 classes and presentations, and has taught collaboratively with many Wyckoff experts and traders. A dedicated and passionate Wyckoffian, he has used the Wyckoff Method exclusively for his own trading for the last 20 years. Roman has also served as a Board Member of the International Federation of Technical Analysts and as past president of the Technical Securities Analysts Association of San Francisco.