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The goal of the Wyckoff Structural Scanning blog series is to help the reader develop scanning skills to search for and capitalize on Wyckoff structural trading opportunities.
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.
Welcome back fellow Wyckoffians! Great progress so far. We have organized our Wyckoffian thinking and run our first scan. Now it’s time to work with results.
Last time, we ran our first simple scan designed to find stocks that are part of the ... READ MORE
Welcome back fellow Wyckoffians! In our introductory blog (Starting with the ABC’s), we talked about some basics of a trading system/methodology and began our search for the role(s) scanning can play. We also introduced rigorous requirements that any element of trading plan/methodology must... READ MORE
Welcome fellow Wyckoffians! This blog will help develop scanning skills to search for and capitalize on Wyckoff structural trading opportunities. Stockcharts.com and its scan engine will be our chosen path.
The central theme of this blog is that scanning plays a key role in a Wyckoffian ... READ MORE
The materials presented in the Wyckoff Structural Scanning Blogs are for educational purposes only: nothing contained in any of these materials should be construed as investment advice of any kind. REGARDLESS OF ANY LANGUAGE IN ANY WYCKOFF STRUCTURAL SCANNING BLOG POST, NEITHER THE WYCKOFF STRUCTURAL SCANNING AUTHOR(S) NOR WYCKOFF ASSOCIATES, LLC, NOR ANYONE AFFILIATED WITH THE LATTER ORGANIZATION IN ANY WAY IS RECOMMENDING THAT YOU BUY OR SELL ANY SECURITY, OPTION, FUTURE, ETF, OR ANY OTHER MARKETS MENTIONED. There is a very high degree of risk of financial loss involved in trading securities. You understand and acknowledge that you alone are responsible for your trading and investment decisions and results. John Colucci, Jr, Wyckoff Associates, LLC, www.wyckoffanalytics.com, Roman Bogomazov, and all officers, staff, employees, and other individuals affiliated with Wyckoff Associates, LLC, and www.wyckoffanalytics.com 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 these Wyckoff Structural Scanning Blogs were, are or will be profitable.
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