This page features blogs showcasing our students' knowledge and application of the Wyckoff Method.  Blog submissions are limited to current students and graduates of our Wyckoff Trading Course and/or subscribers to the Wyckoff Market Discussion. We recognize that it takes considerable time and effort to prepare a thoughtful blog and, therefore, every few months we are offering some *great* prizes for the best blog entries to help encourage traders to participate.  Rules and instructions for blog entries and descriptions of the prizes can be found by clicking here

Please remember that these blogs are for educational purposes only and do not constitute investment or trading advice of any kind, as indicated in the important disclaimer at the bottom of this page. With this caveat in mind, please enjoy these articles by our capable Wyckoff students!


8/9/2018 - Finding Great Swing Opportunities Using Trends in Relative and Comparative Strength
by Paul Bergin
Relative and Comparative Strength are two of my favorite concepts studied in the Wyckoff Trading Course offered by Wyckoff Analytics. Following the status of the general markets and Wyckoffian Market Structure, Relative and Comparative Strength (RS and CS going forward) are among the most basic filtering techniques.   This article examines how RS and CS may be used to enhance selection for swing trading in the currency markets. 
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9/4/2017 - Nvidia: Stay the Course In the Long & Mid Term, Keep On the Sidelines In the Short Term
by Donatas Taraile

Since an IPO (Initial Public Offering) on January 29th, 1999, Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) had been accumulating within its rather broad trading range ($1-40) for more than 17 years before breaking out in Q2 2016. 
Please click here to read the entire article at SeekingAlpha.com.

9/3/2017 - Amazon Stock Performance Analysis From The Long, Mid & Short-Term Investor Perspectives
by Donatas Taraile
Realizing that stock prices are driven primarily by the institutional investors and other large informed interests, let's analyze the Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) stock performance by employing the Richard D. Wyckoff method that stood the test of time and is used by many professional investors.
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5/29/2017 - Philip Morris International: Stay Invested If Your Time Horizon Is Long Term and Consider Selling If Your Focus Is Short-Term Gains
by Donatas Taraile

Combining 15 years of experience in tobacco industry and my passion of investing in global equity markets, I would like to share my own views on the Philip Morris International (NYSE:PM) ("PMI") stock performance from the technical analysis point of view based on the Richard D. Wyckoff method of trading and investing in stocks. 
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