Intraday Trading Using the Wyckoff Method

This video series — “Intraday Trading Using the Wyckoff Method” — was recorded as a webinar on March 19, 2016, by Golden Gate University Adjunct Professor Roman Bogomazov. The Wyckoff Method was developed in the early 20th century by Richard D. Wyckoff, a legendary trader and one of the founding “titans” of technical analysis. Wyckoff’s approach to the markets continues to be used by successful professional and institutional traders because it provides a means to reliably anticipate future market direction by analyzing only price action, volume and time.

Although this methodology works well in any time frame, Wyckoff himself found it to be exceptionally profitable for day-trading. “Intraday Trading Using the Wyckoff Method” was designed by Mr. Bogomazov specifically for intermediate and advanced traders, and includes:

-Pre-trade routines

   How to select the best trade candidates based on analysis of their daily swing, trend and overall market structure

   Pre-open comparative strength analysis for stock trades

-Tactics for trade entry and management

   Points of entry

   Initial stop-loss orders

   Wyckoff-type exits

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

-Illustrative case studies of intraday trades of E-minis, currencies and leading stocks

-A pdf handout of all the slides used in the presentation

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