About the Presentation – Part 1
Bruce Fraser and Roman Bogomazov, both nationally recognized experts who teach the Wyckoff Method of trading and investing at the Golden Gate University, will describe in detail several practical trading tools originally developed by Richard D. Wyckoff a century ago. Many successful professional and institutional traders today rely on Wyckoff’s timeless principles, which were derived from his observations of the market activities of large operators and legendary traders, including Jesse Livermore and James Keene. In an engaging interactive dialogue, Bruce and Roman will illustrate how traders can learn to anticipate the future direction of a stock or other security through analysis of:
- The structural position of the overall market and specific equities in relation to trends or trading ranges
- Stock and industry comparative and relative strength
- Supply and demand confirmation of directional bias
These veteran instructors and traders will also discuss tactics that one can use in different phases of trading ranges and trends. Traders of all levels of skill and experience will enjoy and benefit from this presentation.
About the Presentation – Part 2
This presentation is the second in a three-part series on the Wyckoff Method presented by Bruce Fraser and Roman Bogomazov. In Part 1, they described several powerful market techniques originally developed by legendary analyst and trader Richard D. Wyckoff. In Part 2, Bruce and Roman will present a detailed case study illustrating how to analyze charts bar-by-bar as they unfold over time, using fundamental tools of the Wyckoff technician. They will focus specifically on: (i) Structural Price Analysis and Supply and Demand Analysis (also known as Volume Price Analysis), (ii) how combining these two analytical approaches can unveil excellent, high-probability trading opportunities, and (iii) trading tactics to consider when these opportunities (both entries and exits) arise.
This in-depth case study will demonstrate how Structural Price Analysis used in conjunction with Supply and Demand Analysis can help traders effectively anticipate a stock’s future price direction, both short- and longer-term. Traders of all levels of skill and experience will enjoy and benefit from this presentation.
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About the Presentation -Part 3
This is the final session in a three-part series on the Wyckoff Method presented by Bruce Fraser and Roman Bogomazov. Previously they described basic market analytical and trading practices developed by legendary chartist and trader Richard D. Wyckoff, and illustrated in a detailed case study how these techniques can be applied using bar charts.
During this presentation, Bruce and Roman will demonstrate how to:
- Construct a Wyckoff-style P&F chart;
- Apply Wyckoff P&F count guidelines to estimate price targets and reward/risk ratios of potential trades;
- Analyze phases on P&F charts to predict short- and longer-term price objectives;
- Time entries to coincide with a stock’s readiness to move out of a trading range;
- Use “stepping stone” consolidations to confirm price targets and identify when a prior trend will resume; and
- Combine P&F and bar chart analysis to refine trade entries and exits.
These applications of P&F charts are unique to the Wyckoff Method, and provide an exceptionally informative complement to bar chart analysis. Traders of all levels of skill and experience will benefit from and enjoy this presentation.Video nur für eingeloggte Benutzer
About the Presenters
Roman Bogomazov is an internationally recognized expert on the Wyckoff method of trading and investing. He is an Adjunct Professor at Golden Gate University (GGU), where he teaches the Wyckoff method as well as trading plan development, back-testing and trading performance. He is also a Principal with Wyckoff Associates, LLC, an enterprise dedicated to providing online Wyckoff method education to traders throughout the world. He provides consulting services to hedge fund managers and investment advisors on trading strategies and implementation, and also coaches individual and professional traders. His educational background includes a BS (Economics and Management) from the University of Maryland and an MS (Finance) as well as a certificate in Technical Market Analysis from GGU. He has been an active trader of stocks and futures for twenty years.
Roman has recently served as President of the Technical Securities Analysts Association San Francisco, and as a Board Member of the International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA).
Bruce Fraser has been teaching graduate courses in Technical Analysis at Golden Gate University since 1987. Along with Dr. Hank Pruden, he has developed curriculum for and taught many of the courses in the Technical Analysis Graduate Certificate Program including Technical Analysis of Securities, Strategy and Implementation, Business Cycle Analysis and the Wyckoff Method.
In 1990 Bruce and Dr. Pruden created the first graduate course devoted to the Wyckoff Method. The course has grown to a three semester series. Over the last 26 years many hundreds of students have taken these courses and the popular program has produced numerous legendary traders.
Bruce has been a devoted Wyckoffian for the past 35 years. In addition to using this as his primary Method for trading, he continues to enjoy team teaching the Wyckoff Courses with Dr. Pruden. He publishes a widely read and informative blog at StockCharts.com entitled ‘Wyckoff Power Charting’.
Roman Bogomazov and Bruce Fraser (“Presenters”) are not registered investment advisors or broker-dealers and do not purport to recommend or suggest which securities individuals should buy or sell. It should not be assumed that investments in securities, options, futures, ETFs, companies, sectors or any other markets identified and described were, are or will be profitable. You understand and acknowledge that there is an extremely high degree of financial risk and loss involved in trading securities of any kind. Presenters assume no responsibility or liability for your trading and investment results.