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During the first five sessions of the AWTC, you will learn how to to read market structure by applying Wyckoff's cardinal insights regarding the interplay of price, volume and time. 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 a new or an existing trend, and how to recognize in advance when a trend is likely to end.   

  • The Price Cycle: Accumulation, Mark-Up, Distribution and Mark-Down
  • Change of Character in an established trend: identifying a change from a trending to a non-trending environment
  • Change of Character in a trading range: identifying price and volume action signaling the initiation or continuation of a trend
  • Trading ranges that generate big trends: accumulation and distribution
  • A key concept in Wyckoff Method analysis of trading ranges: Phases
  • Phase anatomy: Wyckoff Method events (e.g., climaxes, tests, springs, upthrusts, signs of strength)
  • Identifying phases in accumulation and distribution
  • Characteristics of re-accumulation and re-distribution trading ranges
  • Distinguishing re-accumulation from distribution and re-distribution from accumulation
  • Three Wyckoff Method rules for trades based on market structure
  • Delineating Buying and Selling Zones using the Wyckoff Method, including entry and exit strategies
  • Exercises and homework assignments
  • Course Duration: 5 online sessions

Dates: Monday afternoons; January 8, 15, 22, 29 and February 5

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

Regular cost: $1600 for the full September-December cycle (16 sessions) or $400/month

Discounted price on or before December 23rd: $1,450 for the full January-April cycle (a savings of $150 off the regular price), or $325 for the first 4 sessions only, with the remaining sessions to be paid at $400/month (a savings of $75 over the regular price)