Richard Demille Wyckoff (1873–1934) was an early 20th-century pioneer in the technical approach to studying the stock market. He is considered one of the five “titans” of technical analysis, along with Dow, Gann, Elliott and Merrill. At age 15, he took a job as a stock runner for a New York brokerage. While still in his 20s, he became the head of his own firm. He also founded and, for nearly two decades, wrote and edited “The Magazine of Wall Street,” which at one point, had more than 200,000 subscribers.
Point-And-Figure Part II Projecting P&F Price Targets Across Multiple Time Frames
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Projecting Point-and-Figure Price Targets Across Multiple Time Frames, Bruce Fraser and Roman Bogomazov provide detailed instructions on how to create and use Wyckoff-based P&F charts to estimate realistic price targets. Anyone who has seen Bruce’s P&F analyses knows how, when properly done, this technique can identify future price objectives with uncanny accuracy.
This course builds on the methodological foundations presented in our on-demand P&F Part I: Setting Price Targets Using Wyckoff Point-and-Figure Projections. However, Part II is based on entirely new material. Traders who purchased Part I will gain new practical insights as well as a much deeper understanding of this approach.
Each of the three sessions in Part II is devoted to a specific time frame:
~Long-term campaigns [months to years],
~Swing trades [weeks to months], and
~Intraday [hours to days]).
Bruce and Roman present the materials as case studies that start with a blank P&F chart and then, as the chart unfolds over time, show you their step-by-step process for taking and projecting horizontal counts.
In this webinar series, they demonstrate — for the first time — how to analyze the directional bias of a trading range based on P&F analysis alone, as well as how to enhance the quality of your P&F analysis by incorporating trading volume. They introduce new concepts through the case studies, and revisit the fundamentals of P&F horizontal counting,