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Gary,

I found some instructional videos on YouTube on the Wyckoff method of drawing trendlines. Do you have any comments about these videos? Do you have a video that explains trendlines on your website?

How to Draw Trendlines Using the Richard Wyckoff Method - Example 1

How to Draw Trendlines Using the Richard Wyckoff Method - Example 2

Hi StockJock,

Gary has tons of material on Wyckoff !
Take a look at that material too.

I recommend that.

It might be easier to comment on his own work than on other material.


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Gary has tons of material on Wyckoff !

Yes he does. They're all catagorized by date. Can you tell me which date he discussed trends?

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Yes he does. They're all catagorized by date. Can you tell me which date he discussed trends?

There is a beginner section with topics .

The chat and the videos are usually about current markets.
So the discussion uses all pieces of wyckoff method as they happen on that current chart
incl TL or reverse TL.

So it's day by day learning For 10 years already

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Yes he does. They're all catagorized by date. Can you tell me which date he discussed trends?


There is also a special webinar from October 18, 2011 that discusses how to draw parallel channels using Wyckoff principles. It's 1 hour, 23 minutes in length and located on the Module page of the website.

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There is also a special webinar from October 18, 2011 that discusses how to draw parallel channels using Wyckoff principles. It's 1 hour, 23 minutes in length and located on the Module page of the website.

Thanks Gary,
I'll watch that video. I see a pdf and a text log on October 18, 2011 and videos on 10-16-11, 10-23-11.

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A market will continue in it's trend direction until you see a supply bar(s) or demand or demand bars. This can be considered a change of behavior of trend. If the subsequent reactions are not with the trend, then this could be considered a possible trend change. So I go with the trend until I see a change of behavior action and the trading afterwards. For example, if the market is in a bull market, it will continue in that market until you see supply (high volume and price range). If the market regains that strength after the weakness bar, then it's considered a shakeout. If the rally back up is weak (lighter volume, smaller price range), then this could be the start of the distribution phase and a possible trend change. So I'm always judging price and volume for strength and weakness.

In the BAC chart that I posted the supply and demand have reached a temporary "equilibrium" and I need more clarification of Wyckoff's method of determining "The Market's Readiness To Move". I've already seen how the E-Mini S&P500 Futures lead the market; so do you think that this will tell me when and which direction that BAC will breakout? I'm concerned that the breakout might happen so quickly that I'll miss it. Does the PnF chart help in determining the "Readiness To Move"?

I read your earlier response to the change in trends. Would you have any charts to post that display these two conditions that you described or do you have an archived webinar video on the topic?


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Thanks Gary,
I'll watch that video. I see a pdf and a text log on October 18, 2011 and videos on 10-16-11, 10-23-11.

The October 18, 2011 webinar was one of my "special webinars", so it's posted on the Module page. Click the yellow Module tab at the top of the page and it will take you to the recordings.



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In the BAC chart that I posted the supply and demand have reached a temporary "equilibrium" and I need more clarification of Wyckoff's method of determining "The Market's Readiness To Move". I've already seen how the E-Mini S&P500 Futures lead the market; so do you think that this will tell me when and which direction that BAC will breakout?

First, determining the trend is of the utmost importance and is the key to your question. A market trades from the left hand side of the range to the right side of the range. As the market continues to trade, as we get further along in the right side of the chart, we generally will see increased volume and increased bar length. This is an indicator that the stock is about to move. By equilibrium, I assume you mean clustered closes, or closes that are very newar each other.


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I'm concerned that the breakout might happen so quickly that I'll miss it. Does the PnF chart help in determining the "Readiness To Move"?

No. The P&F chart is only used to determine count, or how far the move can potentially go.


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I read your earlier response to the change in trends. Would you have any charts to post that display these two conditions that you described or do you have an archived webinar video on the topic?

Yes, Tuesday night (3-6-12)at 6pm Central Time, I am doing a special webinar and will be using Wyckoff's method to show you how the distribution process unfolds and the ending action after the distribution. I don't want to get into trouble for advertising, so if you're interested, contact me.

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Gary,

I've heard that Price/Volume divergence can give some indication of the future direction of the price movement; however, BAC is currently in a range while the volume is decreasing. This can be seen on both the price chart and the PnF chart. Can you give some advice on this? Is this part of Wyckoff's method?

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By equilibrium, I assume you mean clustered closes, or closes that are very newar each other.

Maybe equilibrium is a bad term to use. I meant it as a relative statement that the range is an area where the prices don't change very much and supply and demand seem to be within a narrow variation. I shouldn't use the word "equilibrium".

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The P&F chart is only used to determine count, or how far the move can potentially go.

When you use volume on your PnF charts, does it have the same purpose as I used it to show Price/Volume divergence?

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