Wyckoff Strategies & Techniques
Finding and Trading Winning Stocks
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Why You Should Read This Book
During the first third of the 20th century, Richard D. Wyckoff (1873 – 1934) was an extremely successful trader in stocks, bonds and commodities. As his wealth increased he turned his attention to understanding how the financial markets behaved and the forces that made them move.
Wyckoff believed that markets are made by the minds of men and that all the fluctuations in the market should be studied as if they were the result of one man’s operation. He called this his Composite Man theory.
He also felt that the best way to make money in the financial markets was to identify which stocks had attracted professional interest. Then, using his technical trading strategies and techniques, he would wait until he saw the professionals were ready to move a stock, bond or commodity. This was the time to take a position.
In Wyckoff’s day the professionals were the great speculators like Jay Gould, Jesse Livermore and James Keane. Today they are hedge, mutual and pension funds, along with other major financial trading institutions.
The players may have changed, but Wyckoff strategies and techniques work as well today as they did 100 years ago.
The Wyckoff’s concepts remain as valid today as they did in the first third of the 20th century, when Mr. Wyckoff was actively trading. The fact that these strategies work as well today as they did 100 years ago is testament to their validity in our different and ever-changing markets.
While the basic precepts have not changed, several important enhancements have been made to the Wyckoff strategies and techniques. These include the Optimism – Pessimism Index, The Force Index and Technometer. These important trading tools help Wyckoff students better identify turning points and the relative strength or weakness of both rallies and reactions.
This book studies the basic Wyckoff concepts and principles and then shows students how to get the most out of their Wyckoff Tool Kit.
Unlike many publications of this nature, I have not tried to find the perfect chart that portrays the Wyckoff principle that is being studied. In the real world, those perfect charts are often not quite so perfect. However, the Wyckoff principles, discussed in this book, appear on vertical line and point and figure charts every day. It’s simply a matter of an intelligently studying each chart, looking for and validating these important Wyckoff concepts.
My purpose in writing this book is to share, in a more pragmatic manner, how the Wyckoff strategies and techniques work and more importantly, how you can profit from them.
I have learned many of these lessons through trial and error and as a result have paid a bit of tuition to the “University of Wall Street”. I hope this book substantially reduces yours.
Why You Should Read This Book
What You Won’t Find In This Book
Chapter 1: Analyzing The Market
Supply and Demand Drive the Market
Chapter 2: The Market Index and its Core Stocks
The Wyckoff Wave
Group Leadership Stocks
Chapter 3: Using Charts
Vertical Line hart
Point & Figure Chart
Chapter 4: Strength and Weakness
Chapter 5: When Stocks Get Ready To Move
Chapter 6: Accumulation & Ending Action
#1 Spring (Shakeout)
Sign of Strength
The Creek Story
Sign of Strength Within A Trading Range
Major Sign of Strength (Creek Jump)
Sign of Strength Without a Spring
Accumulation in two real world stocks
Chapter 7: Distribution & Ending Action
Up thrust After Distribution
Distribution Without an Upthrust
Signs of Weakness
The Ice Story
Upthrust and a Sign of Weakness
Sign of Weakness Without An Upthrust
Another Sign of Weakness
Chapter 8: Determining Market Trends
Trends and Trend Channels
Weakening the Trend Channels
Braking the Trend Channels
Short Term Trends
Intermediate Term Trends
Long Term Trends
Using Trends in Your Market Analysis
Chapter 9: Analyzing The Stock Market Using The Wyckoff Tools
The Wyckoff Tools
The Pulse of the Market Data Report
The Optimism – Pessimism Index
The Force Index
Chapter 10: Finding The Winners
Buying Tests Accumulation
Buying & Tests Up Trend
Selling Tests Distribution
Selling Tests Down Trend
Chapter 11: Getting Ready To Trade
Wyckoff Trading Philosophy
Moving Your Stop Orders