Wyckoffanalytics – Momentum, Volume And Price Structure
This class serves as one of the three elective courses required to complete your certification.
Price Structural Analysis plays a central role in the Wyckoff Method, and rightfully so. As Wyckoffians, we want to observe price and volume behavior in order to understand institutional motives expressed through trading range phases. Understanding the intentions and market activities of large operators allows us to anticipate and capitalize on near- and longer-term momentum moves. Traders who can read these institutional signals can capture outsized momentum-based profits in both swing trades and campaigns.
In this course, Roman will explore how MOMENTUM and VOLUME – indicators of institutional presence – influence the evolution of Price Structures. We know that the Composite Operator establishes significant positions within trading ranges before allowing price to be marked up or down. Although this process occurs within a potentially infinite diversity of trading ranges, the forces exerted by institutional activity generate similar patterns of momentum and volume if you know what to look for.