Practical Applications of the Wyckoff Method
One who understands how to interpret charts correctly can usually decide whether the whole market, or any single stock or group of stocks, is most likely to advance, decline or stand still
Best of Wyckoff 2017: Practical Applications of the Wyckoff Method brings together an outstanding field of internationally recognized trading experts with over 100 years’ combined experience in applying the Wyckoff Method. The speakers provide a broad spectrum of practical applications of the Wyckoff Method – from fundamental rules to advanced subtleties and modern innovations. Traders and technical analysts from novice to professional will be able to acquire immediately usable insights about this profitable approach to the markets!
We’ve all heard that the stock market may be manipulated, but only a few people can show you the proof. Did you know that over 40% of all trades executed today are happening in this alternative secret exchange known as the Dark Pool? In this unique animated presentation, Stefanie Kammerman, aka The Stock Whisperer, will share with you many pictures of actual Dark Pool trades that have controlled this market. With over 24 years of experience trading in and around the Dark Pool, Stefanie will share the secret ways the Dark Pool trades and how you can gain easy access to this information. She will show you the 4 different types of Dark Pool trades and teach you how you can profit from them. Reading the Dark Pool tape is how Stefanie has called the last 10 corrections on social media before they happened as well as how she has recorded a 93% success rate on her popular FREE Whisper of The Day videos!
No matter what method is used to trade the markets, all traders need to develop a sound trading psychology. The Wyckoff Method is no exception. Much of what you have heard about trading psychology—especially the recommendation that traders suppress emotions—is not helpful to you in your trading. Trying to control emotions is a losing strategy. Trading requires different mental skills than most other forms of work. To trade successfully, we must learn and develop these critical mental skills and become adept at dealing with thoughts and emotions in trading.
In this segment, Dr. Gary will use a case study to illustrate how our mental chatter and feelings can easily bedevil the unaware and psychologically unskilled trader. From this case example, we will learn why this happens to everyone, how it affects us as traders, some of the common mental traps that can ensnare traders, and how cutting-edge psychology can be used and applied by the Wyckoff trader for better decision-making, a clearer understanding of what is happening in the market, and a calmer, more focused, and less stressful trading experience. Throughout the presentation, we build a psychology checklist and relate it to Wyckoff Trading.
In this session, Mr. Bogomazov and a graduate of his Wyckoff Trading Practicum Course (WTPC) will showcase how traders studying the Wyckoff Method develop proficiency and mastery by analyzing charts as they unfold over time. During an interactive trading exercise illustrating the deliberate practice in a typical WTPC class, you will observe the systematic analysis of Market Structure, Supply and Demand, and Relative Strength that Roman teaches his students as a basis for filtering, initiating, managing and exiting trades. This exercise has been designed to demonstrate some fundamental as well as advanced nuances of the Wyckoff Method; among other things, you’ll see how WTPC traders learn to anticipate not only the likely directional bias of a breakout from a consolidation, but also the timing, probable character and duration of the subsequent trend. Traders of all experience levels will enjoy and benefit from this stimulating presentation.
Command of Wyckoff’s unique use of Point-and-Figure (P&F) Charts will give you a decisive advantage in your trading and investing. My aim is to impart the essential elements of P&F chart construction, application and interpretation, emphasizing the proper use of Wyckoff’s Count Guide to make price forecasts. I will illustrate the almost magical predictive power of Wyckoff’s P&F technique with several of my U.S. stock market price projections published from 2004-2016, all of which successfully anticipated the levels subsequently attained by the Dow-Jones Industrials. I will conclude with an assessment of the current position and a prediction of the future trend of the U.S. stock market. You will be best prepared to benefit from my P&F presentation by first reading pages 112-129 and 164 in Hank Pruden, THE THREE SKILLS OF TOP TRADING, Wiley Press, 2007.
In his stock market course, Wyckoff urged students to “think in waves.” That advice is as true today as it was 75 years ago. The Weis Wave developed by David Weis is a powerful tool for finding low-risk trades. It shows the true force of the buying and selling along with those changes in behavior that often precede a change in trend. The Weis Wave works on charts of all time periods; it is not limited to intraday trading. I will demonstrate the use of wave volume with a variety of charting styles.
Mr. Butterfield is a 1982 graduate from Wyckoff SMI, and is now the President and Chief Strategist. He will be discussing the Wyckoff proprietary tools, which consist of the Optimism-Pessimism Index (reflecting optimism due to buying and pessimism due to selling), the Force Index (indicating extremes in supply/demand conditions), and the Technometer (a volume-based barometer of investor sentiment). With the use of these indicators, he will also be discussing the Law of Effort versus Result, one of the three fundamental principles underlying the Wyckoff Method of trading and investing.
In this session, Bruce Fraser, Roman Bogomazov and Corey Rosenbloom will present an expanded version of a well-attended regular weekly event at wyckoffanalytics.com — the Market Outlook and Stocks Review. Bruce and Roman will jointly analyze the current positions of the markets from a Wyckoffian perspective, while Corey will present his own assessment based on his extensive knowledge of technical analysis. Specifically, these veteran traders will review the principal U.S. indices (Dow, S&P 500, Nasdaq, and Russell 2000), including the current positions and probable future scenarios for these markets, and then will move on to major sectors, industry groups, and leading stocks, including several futures markets as well, such as oil, natural gas, and gold. The Market Outlook and Stocks Review has become a very popular event; you will see why experienced traders have been attending this weekly webinar since it began nearly three years ago!
On-demand option: If you missed out on BOW 2017, it’s not too late. You can still purchase access to the recordings. You will have one full year from the date of purchase to view and review these content-packed videos.
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All presentations will be recorded and archived on a password-protected web page for one full year (until September 2, 2020). In addition, pdf files of some (but not all) of the presenters’ materials will be posted on the same page. All paid registrants will be able to access the recordings and slides, so if you cannot attend some or all of the presentations, you can still review them at your leisure.
We will email the information on how to access the archived recordings and pdf files on September 2nd. Again, that email will be sent only to the address that you supplied when you registered and paid for the conference.
There is a very high degree of financial risk and loss involved in trading securities. You understand and acknowledge the existence of this risk and also that YOU ALONE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR OWN TRADING AND INVESTMENT DECISIONS AND RESULTS. The materials presented and discussed in this online conference are for educational purposes only; nothing contained therein should be construed as investment advice. Stephanie Kammerman, Dr. Gary Dayton, Roman Bogomazov, Dr. Hank Pruden, David Weis, Todd Butterfied, Bruce Fraser and Corey Rosenblum (“Presenters”) are not registered investment advisors or broker-dealers and do not purport to recommend or suggest any specific trades or investments in stocks, bonds, e-minis, futures, options, currencies or any other financial instruments or markets. Presenters assume no responsibility or liability of any kind for your trading and investment results. It should not be assumed that any trades or investments described or discussed in this course were, are, or will be profitable.