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NASDAQ 100 Index. A Current Case Study.

http://stockcharts.com/articles/wyckoff/2017/03/nasdaq-100-index-a-current-case-study.html Point and Figure charts are generated from price volatility, unlike a vertical (bar) chart, which is plotted as a function of time. This is particularly valuable to Wyckoffians who are always on the search for a Cause being built. Causes lead to Effects; Accumulation results in Markup and Distribution turns into Markdown. Point and […]

Gold Fever

http://stockcharts.com/articles/wyckoff/2016/07/gold-fever.html by Bruce Fraser My grandfather and great grandfather were gold miners. They took their ‘grubstake’ to Alaska and the mountains of California. After many adventures they succeeded with a small working gold mine in Northern California. You should know this when reading this post as, by heredity; I may have a touch of ‘Gold […]

Wyckoff Power Charting

http://stockcharts.com/articles/wyckoff/2016/05/wyckoff-power-charting-happy-birthday.html Richard D. Wyckoff’s emphasis was, first and foremost, to educate investors about the ‘Real Rules of the Game’ of Wall Street. The public must understand that investing is a competition where they are trading against the sharpest minds and the best systems imaginable. The absolute finest of this professional class of investors are the […]

Intro to Point and Figure Construction

http://stockcharts.com/articles/wyckoff/2016/01/intro-to-point-and-figure-construction.html PnF charts are employed in numerous methodologies. The Wyckoff PnF method is a somewhat obscure one that takes a HORIZONTAL count and projects a price objective. The price objectives calculated on charting websites almost universally use a VERTICAL count method. The Wyckoff principal at work here is the Law of Cause and Effect. The […]

Wyckoff Time

http://stockcharts.com/articles/wyckoff/2016/02/wyckoff-time.html In trading and speculation we are all on the clock, the market clock. At times the market clock spins quickly and at other times it crawls. When a trend is unleashed time seems to move effortlessly. Time slows down when the market makes no progress while in a long drawn out trading range. The […]

Crude Oil; How Low Can it Go?

From Stockcharts.com Wyckoff Power Charting http://stockcharts.com/articles/wyckoff/2015/12/crude-oil-how-low-can-it-go.html On Monday of this week, the top four stories in the upper left hand column on DrudgeReport.com were about the weakness in oil prices.  This may have been a bell ringer of an indicator. Some consider Drudge to have his finger on the pulse of the news, and in […]

The Illustrated Wyckoff

http://stockcharts.com/articles/wyckoff/2015/12/the-illustrated-wyckoff.html In a continuation of our discussion of the overarching principles of the Wyckoff Method, let’s do a visual case study. There are three principle Laws that compose the Wyckoff Method*: The Law of Supply and Demand The Law of Cause and Effect The Law of Effort and Result We become master Wyckoffians by developing visual knowledge […]

The Laws of Wyckoff

by Bruce Fraser http://stockcharts.com/articles/wyckoff/2015/12/the-laws-of-wyckoff.html Three Principles or Laws govern the structure of the Wyckoff Methodology. Procedurally there are a series of Tests that determine buying and selling decisions. There are nine of these Tests, or thresholds, to be passed for making a buying decision, or a selling decision. The Nine Buying Tests and the Nine Selling […]

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