This class serves as one of the three elective courses required to complete your certification.
The Wyckoff Analytics team is proud to present Scan for Success Part 2, an intermediate scanning and filtering course with John Colucci, Jr and Roman Bogomazov.
This course is a continuation of the dynamic and successful Scan for Success Part 1. It will begin with a short review of previous material and quickly move into all-new material focused on scanning skills, syntax troubleshooting, compound scanning and alerts through Stockcharts.com.
First, we apply critical thinking about the Wyckoff price structure and events within each phase we would like to target in various market environments. Then we construct compound scans that can pick up events such as climactic action, springs and upthrusts, back-up and long-term cause building. Next, we focus on a system of sorting and ranking that will highlight the best candidates and yield meaningful analysis of the results.
Scan For Success Part 2
Intermediate Techniques To Search For Actionable Wyckoff Trade Candidates
- Explore wider uses for scanning
- Review distribution scenario’s as a path for learning critical scanning event selection
- Establish critical thinking skills to guide scan moments and syntax choice
- Communicate troubleshooting skills to make scans more effective
- Examine scanning in the context of market conditions
- Introduce scanning with longer time frames
- Scan for zones of influence near support or resistance
- Manipulate results through ranking and sorting functions
- Analyze scan results
- Develop longer-term campaign stock scanning with an emphasis on cause and effect
- Reinforce directional and nondirectional scanning
- Create compound scans to greatly improve filtering of the best candidates
From the early days as a corporate bankruptcy and insolvency attorney, John Colucci perused financial statements, budgets and cash flow projections to determine the feasibility of financial plans presented to creditors. After early training in forensic financial analysis and fraud detection, Mr. Colucci took an interest in stock market investing from a fundamental perspective. After a series of hard-taught lessons beginning in 1987, technical analysis became a bigger focus for investment analysis. After working through the quasi fundamental/technical system developed by William J. O’Neil, Mr. Colucci’s Wyckoffian journey began with the search for meaning in the phrase, “the stock is under accumulation.” After numerous books, blog articles, courses and special events with many of the great Wyckoffian’s of our time, Mr. Colucci is primarily a long/short technical stock and futures trader using Wyckoffian principles–with an occasional financial statement sojourn to celebrate old times. Scanning and filtering are particular passions. He authors the Wyckoff Market Report, the Wyckoff Structural Scanning blog and has taught the special topic courses Look Less, See More and Scan For Success Part 1 , Part 2 and Part 3. John was the host and a presenter at the Best of Wyckoff 2021 Online Conference and is a frequent contributor on the Wyckoff Market Discussion.
Roman Bogomazov is a trader and educator specializing in the Wyckoff Method of trading and investing, which he has taught for more than ten years as an Adjunct Professor at Golden Gate University and as the principal instructor at WyckoffAnalytics.com. He is the founder and 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. A dedicated and passionate Wyckoffian, he has used the Wyckoff Method exclusively for his own trading for more than 25 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.
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Yes. We try to address all questions about the methodology in depth during each class. Questions about homework assignments are covered in the next class. In addition, each course ends with a final Q&A session to make sure that students have their Wyckoff Method questions answered.
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Markedly reduce the time needed to create watchlists of actionable trade candidates by using scans and filters based on Wyckoff logic
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 course are for educational purposes only; nothing contained therein should be construed as investment advice. Roman Bogomazov and John Colucci, Jr. (“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.