Trading Wyckoff was born with the objective of spreading knowledge about financial markets

Rubén Villahermosa
Rubén Villahermosa

Quantitative Operator under the ideas of Wyckoff Methodology

The Wyckoff Methodology in Depth

The Wyckoff Methodology in Depth

An ambitious project that will become the reference content for all students of the Wyckoff methodology.

The Wyckoff methodology is a technical analysis approach to operating in financial markets based on the study of the relationship between supply and demand forces.

The approach is simple: When large traders want to buy or sell, they carry out movements that leave their footprints within the price and volume charts. The methodology is based on identifying the intervention of the professional in order to position ourselves with them and accompany them in the movement they expect.

Countless hours of study on everything written about the Wyckoff methodology result in the creation of this book.

The aim is to gather all the material studied and create a text with a clear and close language with which to master all the elements of the methodology.

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Table of contents

Chapter 1 – Waves

Chapter 2 – The price cycle

Chapter 3 – Trends

  • Types of trends

Chapter 4 – Trends assessment

  • Strength/weakness analysis
    • Speed
    • Projection
    • Depth
  • Lines
    • Horizontal lines
    • Trend lines
    • Channels
    • Inverted lines
    • Converging lines

Chapter 5 – Trading Ranges

Chapter 6 – Wyckoff Methodology Structures

  • Basic scheme of accumulation #1
  • Basic scheme of accumulacion #2
  • Basic scheme of distribution #1
  • Basic scheme of distribution #2

Chapter 7 – The law of supply and demand

  • Theory
  • Price shift
    • Initiative
    • Lack of interest

Chapter 8 – The Law of Cause and Effect

  • Elements to bear in mind
  • Point and Figure Charts
  • Technical analysis for projection of objectives

Chapter 9 – The Law of Effort and Result

  • The importance of volume
  • Harmony and divergence
    • In the development of a candle
    • On the next scroll
    • In the development of the movements
    • By Waves
    • By reaching key levels
  • Effort/Result in Trends
  • Lack of interest

Chapter 10 – Accumulation

  • Stock control
  • The law of cause and effect
  • Handling maneuvers
  • Counterparty, liquidity
  • The path of least resistance
  • Common characteristics of the accumulation trading ranges
  • Beginning of the bullish movement

Chapter 11 – Reaccumulation

  • Stock Absorption
  • Duration of the structure
  • Reaccumulation or Distribution

Chapter 12 – Distribution

  • The law of cause and effect
  • Handling maneuvers
  • Counterparty, liquidity
  • The path of least resistance
  • Common characteristics of the distribution trading ranges
  • Beginning of the Bearish Movement

Chapter 13 – Redistribution

  • Redistribution or accumulation
  • Stock control
  • Duration of the structure

Chapter 14 – Event #1: Stop

  • Preliminary Support
    • The Psychology Behind Preliminary Support
    • Potential Preliminary Support
    • Uses of Preliminary Support
  • Preliminary Supply
    • The Psychology Behind Preliminary Supply
    • Potential Preliminary Supply
    • Uses of Preliminary Supply

Chapter 15 – Event #2: Climax

  • Selling Climax
    • Keys to Selling Climax
    • How it appears on the graph
    • The psychology behind the Selling Climax
    • The Selling Climax of exhaustion
    • Uses of Selling Climax

Chapter 16 – Event #3: Reaction

  • Automatic Rally
    • The change of character (ChoCh)
    • Why the Automatic Rally takes place
    • Uses of the Automatic Rally
    • The implications of its development
    • The anatomy of the Automatic Rally

Chapter 17 – Event #4: Test

  • Secondary Test
    • Functions of the Secondary Test
    • Secondary Test Features
    • The Secondary Tests of Phase B
    • Secondary Test on the upper end
    • Secondary Test on the lower end
    • The generic test
    • Where to look for tests
      • Test after shock
      • Test after breakout
      • Trend test
    • How the Test appears on the chart
    • The difference between the Secondary Test and the Generic Test

Chapter 18 – Event #5: Shaking

  • Spring/Shakeout
    • Spring Functions
    • Addition game 0
    • Behavior
    • Types of Spring
    • The Ordinary Shakeout
    • The Spring test

how markets move

The market moves by waves that are forming trends and cycles

the processes of accumulation and distribution

Development of structures that identify the action of the great professionals

the three fundamental laws

The only discretionary method that has an underlying logic behind it

Wyckoff methodology events

The key market actions that will allow us to make judgmental analyses

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