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15 December 2022

Wyckoff Workshop Trading Education & Mastery

Trading education & Mastery

Thursday, 15 December 2022 

6:00am–9:30am PT (US Western Time)

Presenters and Topics

Navigating the Crypto Market with the Wyckoff Method

In his presentation, Alessio Rutigliano  will illustrate how to navigate crypto markets using the Wyckoff Method. A top-down approach is essential to  identify the leadership crypto assets showing signs of institutional participation. 

Alessio Rutigliano‘s first encounter with the Wyckoff  Method was Henry O. Pruden’s The Three Skills of Top Trading. He is a Wyckoff Trading Course (WTC) graduate and serves as a teaching assistant at Wyckoff Analytics. An avid student of intermarket analysis and behavioral finance models, his main focus is the development of sector rotation strategies in the Wild West of digital assets. Alessio co-hosts the weekly Wyckoff Crypto Discussion and Wyckoff Crypto Discord with Roman Bogomazov. He taught the special topic courses Point-and-Figure from Stocks to Cryptos and Trading the Crypto Market with the Wyckoff Method and presented at the Best of Wyckoff Online Conferences in 2019 and 2021 and the Wyckoff Cryptocurrency Online Conference in 2020. He also curates Wyckoff in the World of Cryptocurrency, a blog introducing Wyckoff analysis and trading tactics to low-liquidity speculative environments, including cryptos and emerging asset classes, with a special focus on market psychology. 

ANATOMY OF A TRADE – How Post-Trade Analysis Can Help You Improve Your Trading Results

A methodology for analyzing your completed trades that can help you identify strengths and weaknesses in your execution and lead to steady improvement in your overall performance.

Frantz Herr is a private investor and writer of the blogs Rules-Based Trading Plan, and Lessons from Trading (Mistakes) and co-host of the vlog Anatomy of a Trade. Frantz coaches members of the Wyckoff Trading Process Group and was a presenter at the Best of Wyckoff 2021 Online Conference. Frantz bought his first stock in 1974 and has had a deep passion for investing for most of his life. He retired from Merrill Lynch in 2017 after serving clients as a financial advisor for 32 years. He is now focused on managing his family’s portfolio. 

Frantz has gone through numerous bull and bear markets in various asset classes during his investing life. Over the years, he has narrowed his areas of investing interest and spends most of his time today thinking about two markets. He is a disciple of the William O’Neil CANSLIM methodology for growth stocks, and he tracks the market for gold and gold mining stocks. In 2016, he began to educate himself about Richard D. Wyckoff, and in 2018 became a client of Wyckoff Analytics. He has taken WTC Part I, WTC Part II (formerly Practicum), and a variety of Wyckoff Analytics’ special topic courses, including the Wyckoff Trading Process Group, and is a regular participant in the Wyckoff Market Discussion

You Can’t Scan For Wyckoff (Another Modern Myth)

John “Johniscan” Colucci presents an examination of the folklore that the Wyckoff Method is not a scanning-friendly technical approach. In this presentation, Johniscan will examine two of the most popular Wyckoff events: Springs and Breakouts/Backups.

From the early days as a corporate bankruptcy and insolvency attorney, John Colucci perused financial statements, budgets, and cash flow projections to determine the feasibility of financial plans presented to creditors. After early training in forensic financial analysis and fraud detection, Mr. Colucci took an interest in stock market investing from a fundamental perspective. After a series of hard-taught lessons beginning in 1987, technical analysis became a bigger focus for investment analysis. After working through the quasi fundamental/technical system developed by William J. O’Neil, Mr. Colucci’s Wyckoffian journey began with the search for meaning in the phrase, “the stock is under accumulation.”

After numerous books, blog articles, courses, and special events with many of the great Wyckoffians of our time, Mr. Colucci is primarily a long/short technical stock and futures trader using Wyckoffian principles–with an occasional financial statement sojourn to celebrate old times. Scanning and filtering are particular passions. He authors the Wyckoff Market Report and the Wyckoff Structural Scanning blog and has taught the special topic courses Look Less, See More and Scan For Success Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. John was the host and a presenter at the Best of Wyckoff 2021 Online Conference and is a frequent contributor to the Wyckoff Market Discussion


Join William Reardon and Roman Bogomazov as they demonstrate how to “Read the Tape” in a live market update

William Reardon is a trader and educator specializing within the intraday environment of modern tape reading by exploiting the supply/demand imbalance using analytical techniques derived by Wyckoff. He is also the founder and CEO of Feibel Trading Ltd a company founded on the basic premise towards trading mastery, offering diverse educational content from individual strategies, LIVE group practice to 1 on 1 mentoring. William is the author of The S&P Chronicles: An Amalgamation of Wyckoff, VSA and Price Action a free resource spanning a year’s intraday trading via the ES, currently with over 550,000 views. At Wyckoff Analytics, William co-taught Series 3 of Tape Reading With The Wyckoff Method, presented at the Best of Wyckoff 2021 Online Conference. and co-hosts the weekly Tape Reading Lab with Roman Bogomazov. 

Wyckoff Market Discussion

Join Bruce Fraser and Roman Bogomazov for a lively Wyckoff Market Discussion. They will start with a “market rant,” an in-depth look at major U.S. indices and their reactions to national and international news events. They will follow with a detailed analysis of market sectors, industry groups, leading stocks, and several commodities from a Wyckoff Method perspective

Bruce Fraser, an industry-leading “Wyckoffian,” began teaching graduate-level courses at Golden Gate University (GGU) in 1987. Working closely with the late Dr. Henry (“Hank”) Pruden, he developed a curriculum for and taught many courses in GGU’s Technical Market Analysis Graduate Certificate Program, including Technical Analysis of Securities, Strategy and Implementation, Business Cycle Analysis, and the Wyckoff Method. For nearly three decades, he co-taught Wyckoff Method courses with Dr. Pruden and has also used this approach to the markets as the foundation of his own trading for over 35 years. Bruce publishes a widely read blog at StockCharts.com, entitled “Wyckoff Power Charting” and co-hosts the popular, online weekly Wyckoff Market Discussion. Bruce has taught numerous special topic courses at Wyckoff Analytics including Look Less, See More, Point-and-Figure Charting Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3, Point-and-Figure from Stocks to Cryptos, Practices For Successful Trading, Conversations With Wyckoff Wizards and the Basic Charting Course. Bruce has also presented at the Best of Wyckoff Online Conferences in 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021

Roman Bogomazov is a trader and educator specializing in the Wyckoff Method of trading and investing, which he has taught for more than 10 years as an adjunct professor at Golden Gate University and as the principal instructor at WyckoffAnalytics.com. He is the founder and president of Wyckoff Associates, LLC, an enterprise providing online Wyckoff Method education to traders throughout the world (www.wyckoffanalytics.com). Using WyckoffAnalytics.com as a thriving trading community platform, Roman has developed a comprehensive educational curriculum covering basic to advanced Wyckoff concepts and techniques, as well as visual pattern recognition and real-time drills to enhance traders’ skills and confidence. A dedicated and passionate Wyckoffian, he has used the Wyckoff Method exclusively for his own trading for more than 25 years. Roman has also served as a board member of the International Federation of Technical Analysts and as past president of the Technical Securities Analysts Association of San Francisco.

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