MARKET DISCUSSION - EXECUTION
(1.5 hours each)
Our weekly review of the major US indices (Dow, S&P 500, Nasdaq, and Russell 2000), including the current positions of these markets and scenarios to anticipate in the near future.
Leading and lagging sectors, industry groups and stocks, as well as several futures markets, including oil, gold, Bitcoin, and traditional currencies.
Historical case studies, highlighting their relevance to current market conditions.
Anatomy of a Trade, analyze, vote and follow a live class trade as it unfolds in the current market.
Detailed analyses of charts of YOUR positions or trade candidates!
Comprehensive weekly review of the four major US indices’ current price structure
Wyckoff labeling of market structures, describing plausible price scenarios that may unfold
News catalyst analysis of events that might significantly affect the market
Historical analogues for comparative analysis, and how to derive insight from them
Performance comparisons of a stock, ETF, or other security with that of the overall market or another instrument
Trade candidates geared to outperform both their peers and the market in general
Relative and comparative analysis as an institutional signature of accumulation or distribution
Application of multiple filters — such as market structure, relative strength, and supply and demand — to pinpoint optimal trade candidates at any given time
Rigorous assessment of your labeled charts, and Wyckoffian review of those charts with respect to price and volume over time
Concise opinions and commentary on your trade selection and analysis
Engaged discussion of possible tactical scenarios for your positions or trade candidates
Bruce Fraser has taught graduate courses in Technical Analysis at Golden Gate University since 1987. Along with the late Dr. Hank Pruden, he developed curriculum for and taught many courses in the Technical Analysis Graduate Certificate Program, including Technical Analysis of Securities, Strategy and Implementation, Business Cycle Analysis and the Wyckoff Method. He has been a devoted Wyckoffian for the past 35 years, using this method as the foundation for his trading and investing. Bruce publishes a popular educational blog at StockCharts.com, entitled “Wyckoff Power Charting“.
Roman Bogomazov is a trader and educator specializing in the Wyckoff Method of trading and investing, which he has taught for the last five years as an Adjunct Professor at Golden Gate University. He is also the founder and President of Wyckoff Analytics, 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 the last 20 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.
WMD classes focus on current market interpretation. In these sessions, WMD class instructors Bruce and Roman discuss their views on the current market structure and possible short-term and long-term developments. In general, WMD classes are not intended for the expansion of students’ formal knowledge or skills. Instead, instructors perform exercises like the “last bar” analysis, which describes current market dynamics in detail and in real time. Here’s an opportunity to interact with two experienced and knowledgeable instructors and traders, and to discuss the various financial markets, including stocks, futures, and currencies.
If you would like to have a stock or other instrument analyzed, please email the symbol and annotated chart(s), and up to three questions/comments about your submission, to [email protected] no later than 12:00 noon (Pacific Time) the day of the session.
When you sign up for the Wyckoff Market Discussion (WMD), you will receive an email invitation to join the WMD Dropbox folder. In order to review recordings of these sessions, you MUST accept this invitation. Once you do, you will be able to access all the WMD recordings for the year in which you join. (Please check your junk mail folder if you don’t see this invitation within 48 hours after you’ve subscribed.) At the beginning of the next calendar year, all current WMD subscribers will receive a new invitation for that year’s recordings. WMD subscribers who have a paid Dropbox account should be good to go at this point.
If you have a free 3 GB Dropbox account, you may receive a “Not enough space” pop-up when you try to view a WMD recording. This is because the folder in which it is located contains all the WMD sessions for that year, and therefore takes up more than 3 GB of space.
There are at least two versions of the "Not enough space" pop-up, both of which will take you to thumbnails or a list of all the WMD recordings.
- One pop-up version has a “Preview this folder” link under “Notenough space.” Clicking on this link will allow you to see thumbnails or a list of all the recordings in the folder.
- The other pop-up version only says “Get more space.” If this is what you see, close the pop-up and then click on the 3 dots to the far right of the video information. You’l then get a dropdown menu that includes the option “View folders.” Clicking on that brings up thumbnails or a list of all the WMD recordings.
Once you click on any of these thumbnails or video links, you will be able to view the first hour of the recording only (a limitation imposed by Dropbox).
To view any recording in its entirety, click on the thumbnail, which will bring up the 1-hr version AND a “Download” button in the upper right corner of that window. You can then download the full-length recording directly to your computer or to your Dropbox account – it’s your choice. Both should work equally well.
These workarounds sound more complicated than they really are; please email us at [email protected] if you still cannot view the recordings.
**If you download the recordings, we would like to remind you that all WMD materials are copyrighted. We request that you respect our copyright and that you not share, post, distribute or otherwise disseminate any of this information.**
Part I — ANALYSIS
There is a very high degree of financial risk involved in trading securities, futures and other financial instruments. You understand and acknowledge that you alone are responsible for your trading and investment decisions and results. The materials presented in this course are for educational purposes only: nothing contained therein should be construed as investment advice. Roman Bogomazov is not a registered investment advisor and does not purport to recommend which securities individuals should buy or sell. Presenter assumes no responsibility or liability of any kind for your trading and investment results. It should not be assumed that investments in or trading of securities, options, futures, ETFs, companies, sectors or any other markets identified and described in this course were, are or will be profitable.