Dr. Gary teaches you how to read the market using price and volume like an astute professional trader. Mastering the materials in the course will set you apart from the average trader.
You will learn to look at any chart and tell whether selling or buying is dominate, how price and volume are acting, and where the trades are setting up in the market’s structure. You will understand where high odds trades set up and how sound entries are made. You will also learn to know where to set your stop, the all-important management of the trade to its profit target or, should the chart dictate, closing the trade early due to adverse price action. Details are below. Free Webinar Recording also Below.
For serious traders who want to accelerate their trading skills & abilities, we are offering the Professional Reading Bar-by-Bar course with 12 sessions of Deep Practice with Dr. Gary for an additional $100 ($236 Value) where traders meet weekly and learn to apply chart reading skills in a learning environment. You will be guided through a market by Dr. Gary. We walk forward charts, bar-by-bar, identifying trade locations, price and volume patterns, market structures, trade management, and trading psychology.
The New Course consists of two parts:
Part 1: Recorded Tutorial - more than 2 hours
Part 2: Recorded Tutorial - more than 2.5 hours
Sale from now till Dec 1, 2020
- How to read the market, bar-by-bar, on any timeframe from a 1-minute chart to a monthly chart.
- What high volume and abnormal volume activity mean
- What low volume and dullness mean
- What the range of a bar means, including narrow and wide range bars
- What climactic action means, how to see it, and how to trade it.
- How to tell if a pullback is likely to continue the trend
- Bag holding and capping the market
- What to look for that creates the end of a move and the beginning of a pullback
- What it means when the market is absorbing supply for a larger move up and how to see this
- A key price and volume indication that portends the end of a trend
- Thinking in terms of waves and the use of the Weis Wave
- Shortening of the thrust in price bars and waves
- Effort vs result and when this becomes important
- Clustering of closes and what it means
- Trend lines and trend channels, reverse use of trend lines, confluence, and axis lines
- No demand, no supply, tests, springs and upthrusts
- What to look for when the market changes its behavior – key indications in price and volume that tell this pullback is likely to be bigger than prior pullbacks
- Momentum, new momentum, what it means and how to trade
- Key reversals and hidden upthrusts
- Using multiple time frames
- How to use multiple time frames for day and swing trading
- How to plan for your trading day or trading week
- Confirmation and disconfirmation and why these are vitally important to your trading success
- Shakeouts—ordinary and terminal, bottom reversals, top reversals.
- Detailed trade setups you can immediately apply to your trading
- And more …
I just made a trade (supposed to be two but I missed the first one at the low of the day) and I've never felt this way EVER. I was calm and focused. Again I've never felt this way and been never so connected with the market before. Please tell Dr. Dayton that I'm really appreciative of his effort of trying to teach us.T P
“The bar by bar analysis practice always makes me much sharper when reading charts. What I like about the class structure is it is a system that forces me to allocate time to the practice. There are times when I don’t feel like practicing but because it is scheduled, I do it anyway. It is like a having a regular time to exercise every day. By having it scheduled, it compels me to do it even when I don’t feel like it.” Eric from Mclean, Virginia
“I have never seen Wyckoff explained in such a simple and concise manner. It was a total package: Market understanding, how to read price charts and market structure, momentum, trade setups with simple trade setup sheets. Anyone who attends your program will have the tools and knowledge to trade profitably. This is a rarity in the trading seminar industry.” Bill Wermine, Fund Manager, Malaysia