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I have been studying and paper trading Wyckoff quite in depth the last 6 months and wondering if anybody is currently trading this way and would like to share some insights and ideas? 

Thanks

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On 1/16/2020 at 6:39 PM, YertleTurtle said:

I use Wyckoff for trading gold and forex.  You are not wasting your time although this forum is dead.

It's dead because of one liners like you just posted.

Honestly?

What is the point of that sentence?

Just think how much you could tell us instead.

But no, you prefer to stand around pissing into the grave.

Potentially, this forum is an absolute gift to anyone with just a little intellect and/or creativity.

Instead,, you showed us what you did with it.

You think somebody else is to blame?

I'll say it again-

Potentially, this forum is an absolute gift to anyone with just a little intellect and/or creativity

 

 

 

 

 

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On 9/3/2019 at 7:44 PM, guicli said:

I have been studying and paper trading Wyckoff quite in depth the last 6 months and wondering if anybody is currently trading this way and would like to share some insights and ideas? 

Thanks

It's good to study the big names/classic books.

It's good that you have the commitment to study in depth

It's good that you're trying to widen the net to gain more knowlege

 

To turn the corner, you need to feel that you found 1 or 2 pieces of the puzzle that is unique to you.

 

After 6 months -

 

I would suggest actually trading a small amount of money to break the ice. You may find the missing pieces this way.

Otherwise, You might find yourself over thinking the whole thing in a search for the optimum approach to trading.

You will probably learn more by losing some money over the next few weeks -Even if it means you decide trading is not for you.

 

Hate trading cliches but- 'FIRST LOSS IS THE BEST LOSS'

 

There is a tuition fee for every trading lesson in the market. .

The sooner you start the better because really, theory is one thing, but trading real money is what it's all about.

 

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1 hour ago, mitsubishi said:

It's dead because of one liners like you just posted.

Honestly?

What is the point of that sentence?

Just think how much you could tell us instead.

But no, you prefer to stand around pissing into the grave.

Potentially, this forum is an absolute gift to anyone with just a little intellect and/or creativity.

Instead,, you showed us what you did with it.

You think somebody else is to blame?

I'll say it again-

Potentially, this forum is an absolute gift to anyone with just a little intellect and/or creativity

 

 

 

 

 

I'm not sure why you are showing such hostility toward me.  I'm happy to expand on how I use Wyckoff principles to trade.  I also reposted the original course because all the links have gone dead.  I'm not going to write a dissertation 3 months after a question was asked.

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