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[T]he stock market, by its own action, continually indicates the probable direction of its immediate and future trend…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…The person who can determine [this] with a high percentage of accuracy…holds the key to success in trading and investing.
Using the Wyckoff Method of chart analysis, traders learn to identify and capitalize on the intentions of the “smart money” rather than being caught on the wrong side of the market. Our speakers have a collective experience of over 100 years of trading using the Wyckoff Method, and present their own variations on Wyckoff’s fundamental tenets, demonstrating how to profitably apply this approach to chart analysis and trading tactics in today’s markets.
Finding Springs Springs are not merely located at the right-hand of a lengthy trading range. They appear in all areas of a chart, ranging from the low point in a decline with a shortening of the downward thrust to part of an absorption phase. Springs will be shown on bar chars, wave charts and renko charts.
Wyckoff’s Law of Effort vs. Result in the Cryptocurrency Markets One of the central principles of the Wyckoff Method is evaluating whether Effort (volume) and Results (price movement) are concordant or discordant in the context of the prior history of a given financial instrument. Todd will illustrate the value of Effort vs. Result analysis in trading cryptocurrencies, using several proprietary Wyckoff tools: 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).
Deliberate Practice to Master the Wyckoff Analysis, Part II
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.
Looking for Trades at the Right Edge of the Chart The mark-up or mark-down of price often begins in earnest after the appearance of what Wyckoff called a hinge or springboard on the right edge of the chart. This session will focus on identifying patterns of price action and volume leading into a springboard, which can help traders make more efficient entries – i.e., only when the market is ready to move. This session will focus on recognition of springboards as well as of absorption occurring near resistance (called “the Creek”) as a prelude to a rally and of “reverse absorption” near support (the “Ice”) before an imminent decline.
Wyckoff Market Discussion (WMD) This session will follow the format of our weekly WMD webinars. We will start with our trademark “Market Rant” – reviewing the major U.S. indices (Dow, S&P, Nasdaq, and Russell 2000) and their reactions to recent national and international events, and analyzing the current positions of these markets as well as future scenarios to anticipate. We will then examine specific market sectors, industry groups, leading stocks, and several commodities and futures markets, such as crude oil, natural gas, gold, silver and currencies. Finally, time permitting we will discuss and analyze charts submitted by regular WMD subscribers.
On-demand option: If you missed out on BOW 2018, 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.
Use the drop-down menu in the price bar for the BOW 2017/2018/2019 BUNDLE!
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 involved in trading stocks, futures, options, ETFs, currencies, cryptocurrencies, and other financial instruments. You understand and acknowledge this risk and also that YOU ALONE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR OWN TRADING AND INVESTMENT DECISIONS AND RESULTS. The materials presented during this online conference are for educational purposes only: nothing contained in these materials should be construed as investment advice. David Weis, Todd Butterfield, Gary Fullett, Roman Bogomazov and Bruce Fraser (“Presenters”) do not purport to recommend any financial instruments (including, but not limited to, stocks, futures, options, ETFs, currencies and cryptocurrencies) that individuals should buy or sell. Presenters assume no responsibility or liability of any kind for your trading and investment results. It should not be assumed that investments in or trading of stocks, futures, options, ETFs, currencies, cryptocurrencies or any other markets identified and described in this conference were, are or will be profitable.