Wyckoffanalytics – Scann for success part 3 Extracting Information From The Market
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 Wyckoffian’s 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 Structural Scanning blog and teaches Scan For Success Part 1 , Scan For Success Part 2 and Scan For Success Part 3. John was the host and a presenter at the Best of Wyckoff 2021 Online Conference and is a frequent contributor on the Wyckoff Market Discussion.
The Wyckoff Analytics team is proud to present Scan for Success Part 3, a Wyckoff scanning and filtering course with John Colucci “Johniscan” and Roman Bogomazov.
This course is a continuation of the popular Scan for Success series. This series will present all-new material focused on scanning skills, syntax troubleshooting, compound scanning and alerts through Stockcharts.com.
Scanning Part 3 will focus on the process of developing scans to extract information from the market. Students will examine charts and scan syntax to develop methods of extracting and organizing market-generated information. There will be a detailed syntax examination along with analysis of alternative routes to identification of Wyckoff structural elements. The role of select indicators in generating Wyckoff structural scans will also be reviewed. Scan well, trade better!
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