Legendary trader and educator Richard Wyckoff based his investment decisions primarily on analysis of market structure, supply and demand, and comparative strength. A final, critical component of Wyckoff’s trade selection and management was his unique method of identifying price targets using Point and Figure (P&F) projections.

In this special three-part video series recorded in May 2015, Roman Bogomazov and Bruce Fraser, both nationally recognized experts who teach Wyckoff trading and investing at Golden Gate University, explore in depth how to use Wyckoff’s P&F methodology to estimate price objectives for both long and short trades. Starting with Wyckoff’s fundamental law of Cause and Effect, where the P&F count within a trading range represents the Cause and the subsequent price movement the Effect, Roman and Bruce cover:

  • How to construct a Wyckoff-style P&F chart
  • Basic Wyckoff P&F count guidelines and modern applications
  • P&F Phase Analysis to predict shorter- and longer-term price objectives
  • Using P&F counts in conjunction with bar charts to help time trade entries

Each video has an accompanying handout of the slides used in the presentation. These can be printed out to to take notes on as you watch the videos. You will have one full year from the date of purchase to view and review the videos

March Special price of $239 available through March 31, 2018 (normally $299)!

The materials presented in this P&F video course are for educational purposes only and should not be construed as investment advice.  Roman Bogomazov and Bruce Fraser (“Presenters”) are not registered investment advisors or broker-dealers and do not purport to recommend which securities individuals should buy or sell. You understand and acknowledge that there is a very high degree of financial risk involved in trading securities. You alone are responsible for your trading and investment decisions. Presenters assume 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.