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Wyckoff Trading Method

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Maybe our mentor, Gary Fullett, can help us with this.


StockJock,

I would love to help with anything I can. Just let me know your questions, and I'll do the bests I can to answer them.

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Hey guys .... first time poster here. I've spent the better part of the last year integrating Wyckoff, VSA, and volume profile into my trading. I feel I have come a long way (manage a site of my own), but do not get to interact with other traders who are well versed. I feel I could use more of that to help me in my own progress.

My ability to limit losses with risk management has been pretty good, however my inability to maximize trades is what has held me back from making bigger strides. Check out charts like CECO, ATHN, and ZOLL over the last 2 months or so. Definitely among my biggest regrets for not having gotten more out of them. I've been primarily focused on day trades, but I must say I'm getting tired of so much daily market exposure and would like to finally get into some swing trading. Lately I'm also having trouble syncing what I'm seeing on a daily chart with my approach to trading it on smaller intervals as well as bad retail habits re-surfacing like trying to buy too many breakouts and not enough dip areas.

At any rate, a creek I'm watching closely ...... SODA. 13 million float, half of which is locked up by the shorts. It's made very nice higher lows off the trend line formed under the creek. Earnings is on premarket 2/29. I had the creek marked at 44.72 and this morning it managed to test above it. Thoughts? I'd put up the chart I did on it, but I can't until I get a few more posts going.

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Hey guys .... first time poster here. I've spent the better part of the last year integrating Wyckoff, VSA, and volume profile into my trading. I feel I have come a long way (manage a site of my own), but do not get to interact with other traders who are well versed. I feel I could use more of that to help me in my own progress.

My ability to limit losses with risk management has been pretty good, however my inability to maximize trades is what has held me back from making bigger strides. Check out charts like CECO, ATHN, and ZOLL over the last 2 months or so. Definitely among my biggest regrets for not having gotten more out of them. I've been primarily focused on day trades, but I must say I'm getting tired of so much daily market exposure and would like to finally get into some swing trading. Lately I'm also having trouble syncing what I'm seeing on a daily chart with my approach to trading it on smaller intervals as well as bad retail habits re-surfacing like trying to buy too many breakouts and not enough dip areas.

At any rate, a creek I'm watching closely ...... SODA. 13 million float, half of which is locked up by the shorts. It's made very nice higher lows off the trend line formed under the creek. Earnings is on premarket 2/29. I had the creek marked at 44.72 and this morning it managed to test above it. Thoughts? I'd put up the chart I did on it, but I can't until I get a few more posts going.


Welcome! On the daily chart, it appeared to be stopping volume that occurred. After going relatively higher today, the stock closed slightly higher on high volume. I would look for a probable retest lower. 43.50 is possible and I could see 42.00 as possible retest area.

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What's going on, Rock!?

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ES daily and 15 minute charts

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Welcome! On the daily chart, it appeared to be stopping volume that occurred. After going relatively higher today, the stock closed slightly higher on high volume. I would look for a probable retest lower. 43.50 is possible and I could see 42.00 as possible retest area.

Gary

Thanks for your thoughts Gary! I hope to discuss more with you in the coming days/weeks. You seem to be a cut above when it comes to Wyckoff.


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What's going on, Rock!?

Hey Ichi! Took your recommendation and started reading through this site!


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Thanks for your thoughts Gary! I hope to discuss more with you in the coming days/weeks. You seem to be a cut above when it comes to Wyckoff.



Hey Ichi! Took your recommendation and started reading through this site!


Thanks for the compliment! If there's a read on a stock you'd like, please let me know.

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Thanks for the compliment! If there's a read on a stock you'd like, please let me know.

Gary

Definitely. I just have to get a few more posts under my belt so that I can start sharing my charts and have you look them over.

Like I said before though, I am trying my hardest to get my mindset into some more longer-termed focus. I feel like at a tiny level the intraday 5min day trading stuff is starting to become somewhat of a psych-out keeping me from maximizing long time frames.

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Definitely. I just have to get a few more posts under my belt so that I can start sharing my charts and have you look them over.

Like I said before though, I am trying my hardest to get my mindset into some more longer-termed focus. I feel like at a tiny level the intraday 5min day trading stuff is starting to become somewhat of a psych-out keeping me from maximizing long time frames.


You're correct about your short term versus long term assessment. The longer the time frame, the more accurate the trend.

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Gary,

Starting with defining the range. After a range starts to develop there can be some shakeouts that breakout below the range; so what are the rules to set the support and resistance lines? I've attached a chart to use as an example for discussion. I sometimes see charts posted with the shakeout going below the support line; so the range must be defined at some other point.

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