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Wyckoff Resources

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I do not know if this is the right thread to post this in. If it is not, kindly move it to the right one.

 

Attached are .txt files of the data from many of the chapters of the original course and the course available on this forum. All of this had to be manually done, looking at the charts(usually with magnifying glass), reading the text, internet searching holiday dates and trying to determine the accurate D,H,L,C,V.

 

The dates(D), on all bar & volume charts should be accurate. The P&F chart data is based on intraday data which, to the best of my knowledge, is not available, but the charts in the course

show the months along the bottom and the end of each daily session with circles around the "x". Some of the P&F files have dates included, but those dates are obviously not from the 1930's, I just used those dates to import the data into my charting software, so that I could plot it. Also, on some of the data I entered false data at the beginning of the files so that some data would plot in the beginning of the chart, so one doesn't have to work right on the left egde of the chart.

Chap9_PnF.txt

Chap11_BS.txt

Chap12_US Steel P&F data.txt

Chap13_NYT1929PNF.txt

Chap16_Anaconda.txt

Chap16_AnaconPnF.txt

Chap17_DJU1936.txt

Chap17_DJU1936PF.txt

Chap17_ElecP&L.txt

Chap17_ElecPnF.txt

Chap17_NYT1936.txt

Chap21_ATT1932PnF.txt

NYT 1930-1931.txt

Chap16_NYT1934.txt

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Thanks George, I looked for that even in the Bloomberg terminal and could not find it.

 

I have used the information on the NYT 1930-31 data for creating an excel spreadsheet, that allows whoever is using it to go through the chart step by step, I think this helps and saves a sheet of paper,hehehe.

 

I hope this serves any useful purpose.

 

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If the button does not work, is because a macro restriction, I cant upload the macro file, I guess because of virus protection.

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Hi Quantum,

 

I also trade oil and I am in the transition from inducators to price and volume. There are plenty of places in the wyckoff forum to interact, and although the discussion is mainly about NQ, the other participants also discuss other markets.

 

You can post your day's s/r levels for next day in the trading in foresight thread.

 

What timeframe do you trade?

 

Best regards

 

Nikorivera

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I also am in transition to trading using PA. My attempts have been an adventure. I have yet to make my way around to the full 500 page Wyckoff Course that's offered here as a link on this site. I suppose I might be doing myself a huge disservice. I'm making my way though YTC trading ebook, seems like a great read so far. Before I spent a considerable amount of time studying Al Brooks.. It just left me more and more confused :crap:

 

We'll see where things end up :confused:

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Nick,

 

I recommend you follow the advice of Wyckoff about reading the book several times, is not an easy read for the uninitiated.

 

As for other literature, I recommend DB´s book is a great resource, I don´t know if is as good if one has not understood Wyckoff book first, but it clarifies many things that I think are very complex in the original Wyckoff literature.

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I also am in transition to trading using PA. My attempts have been an adventure. I have yet to make my way around to the full 500 page Wyckoff Course that's offered here as a link on this site. I suppose I might be doing myself a huge disservice. I'm making my way though YTC trading ebook, seems like a great read so far. Before I spent a considerable amount of time studying Al Brooks.. It just left me more and more confused :crap:

 

We'll see where things end up :confused:

 

It appears that Beggs makes the same mistake that Brooks does, but I'm not going to spend $197 to find out. In any case, all of this stuff is drawn from Wyckoff, and the Wyckoff course is free. And a hell of a lot shorter if you take the Wyckoff Lite route.

 

Db

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@ Nikorivera - Thank you for your response and your advice. I will definitely make the brutal path through Wyckoff (being dramatic here...haha)

 

@ DbPhoneix - The funny thing is I originally came on here a few years ago looking similar advice on where to start... After many detours, looks like you're still giving the same advice that I unfortunately was too naive to take... Well touche Db!.. Looks like I'll finally be taking the advice I should have taken back then. :rofl:

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I once came across a thread that had DbPhoenix files about Price and Volume. Can someone please send them to me or post them?

 

Thank you and Happy New Year to all!

 

 

Files sent.

 

Db

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Wondering if any people interested in Wyckoff are going to read or have read,"Trades About to Happen: A Modern Adaptation of the Wyckoff Method," by David Weis. Looks like it might be good. I'm thinking of purchasing it but am looking for some input first. Thanks

 

 

I haven't read it, but knowing what I know about Weis' approach, it appears that the "thrust" of the book is not substantially different from that in the Trading in Foresight thread here. And whereas Weis' book is $46, the TIF thread is free.

 

If one knows how to draw a box and a straight line, there's no great mystery to this. The challenge is accepting how ridiculously simple it is.

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Wondering if any people interested in Wyckoff are going to read or have read,"Trades About to Happen: A Modern Adaptation of the Wyckoff Method," by David Weis. Looks like it might be good. I'm thinking of purchasing it but am looking for some input first. Thanks

 

 

I haven't read it, but knowing what I know about Weis' approach, it appears that the "thrust" of the book is not substantially different from that in the Trading in Foresight thread here. And whereas Weis' book is $46, the TIF thread is free.

 

If one knows how to draw a box and a straight line, there's no great mystery to this. The challenge is accepting how ridiculously simple it is.

 

Thanks Db, I'll read through the thread for sure. All the best.

 

 

Note: if anyone else has suggestions on resources, please let me know via PM and I'll add it/them to this thread.

 

Thx

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On 4/30/2013 at 12:01 PM, clmacdougall said:

 

Thanks Db, I'll read through the thread for sure. All the best.

 

 

Note: if anyone else has suggestions on resources, please let me know via PM and I'll add it/them to this thread.

 

Thx

I tried searching the thread and couldn't find it, do you have a link by any chance?

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Posted (edited)
15 hours ago, Mav12 said:

I tried searching the thread and couldn't find it, do you have a link by any chance?

Since this is your first post, I don't know what you mean by "it". If you're referring to Wyckoff's course, this is the link: http://www.traderslaboratory.com/forums/topic/2436-wyckoff-resources/?tab=comments#comment-80204

If you're referring to the "Trading in Foresight" thread, I have no idea where it is now that the software upgrade has been done. But all of that information is in my book (the fact that most if not all of this stuff gets lost so easily is one of the reasons why I wrote the book).

If you're referring to my book, the preview of it is here: Trading Price

Db

 

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