Setting Price Targets Using Wyckoff Point and Figure Projections
Setting Price Targets with Wyckoff Point and Figure Projections is a video course offered by Wyckoff Analytics. Richard Wyckoff, a legendary trader and instructor, made his investment selections mostly on the basis of market structure, supply and demand, and comparative strength. Wyckoff’s unique way of determining price objectives using Point and Figure (P&F) forecasts was a last, crucial component of his trade selection and management.
Roman Bogomazov and Bruce Fraser, both nationally recognized experts who teach Wyckoff trading and investing at Golden Gate University, explore in depth how to use Wyckoff’s P&F methodology to estimate price objectives for both long and short trades in this special three-part video series recorded in May 2015. Beginning with Wyckoff’s fundamental law of Cause and Effect, Roman and Bruce cover:
How to Make a Wyckoff-Style P&F Chart
Guidelines for basic Wyckoff P&F counts and newer applications
P&F Phase Analysis is used to forecast short- and long-term price targets.
P&F counts are used in conjunction with bar charts to aid timing trade entry.
Each video is accompanied by a printout containing the slides used in the presentation. These may be printed out and used to take notes while watching the videos. You will have a year from the date of purchase to watch and evaluate the videos!
Purchase this course for $299 by clicking here!
Disclaimer: The materials in this P&F video course are provided solely for educational reasons and should not be considered as investment advice.
Roman Bogomazov and Bruce Fraser (“Presenters”) are not licensed investment advisers or broker-dealers and do not advise individuals on which securities to purchase or sell. You understand and admit that trading securities has a significant level of financial risk. Your trading and investing decisions are solely your responsibility. The presenters accept no responsibility or liability for your trading and investing performance. It should not be considered that investments or trading in the securities, options, futures, ETFs, businesses, sectors, or other markets named and detailed in this course were, are, or will be successful.