July 2017 Special: Intraday Trading Using the Wyckoff Method


On July 15, 2017, Golden Gate University Adjunct Professor Roman Bogomazov will present an all-day online workshop on Intraday Trading Using the Wyckoff Method. Those of you familiar with the Wyckoff Method know that it can be reliably profitable in any time frame.  Richard Wyckoff himself found that his approach worked remarkably well for daytrading, and described a number of his exceptionally profitable results in several books and articles. 

There are crucial distinctions in trading this compressed timeframe versus longer-term positions, as described and illustrated in our March 2016 intraday trading workshop. Since then the materials for this workshop have been refined and supplemented based on extensive experience in our morning Wyckoff Trading Room, where we discuss and trade the most liquid E-minis (ES, NQ, YM and TF) as well as commodity futures, particularly gold and oil. 

Intraday Trading Using the Wyckoff Method is designed for intermediate to advanced traders.  During the day, you will learn:

Pre-trade routines:

  • Selecting the strongest trade candidates based on analysis of their daily swing, trend and overall market structure
  • Pre-open comparative strength analysis to select the best instrument(s) to trade, focusing primarily on the E-minis ES (S&P 500), NQ (Nasdaq 100) and YM (Dow)

Tactics for trade entry and management, including:

  • Optimal points of entry
  • Initial stop-loss order placement, and
  • Wyckoff-type exits

Switching timeframes from intraday entries to longer-term swing positions to boost reward-to-risk ratios

Case studies of intraday trades of E-minis, as well as oil and gold, illustrating key distinctions for intraday trading

To ensure an optimal learning environment, this workshop is limited to no more than 25 students.  Reserve your place by registering now!

When: Saturday, July 15, 2017, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (PDT), including a break for lunch

Regular Cost: $695

Current AWTC and WTPC students: $595