The S&P Chronicles - An Amalagnation of Wyckoff, VSA and Price Action

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Fantastic job!

Did you learn Wyckoff from David Weis or the original Stock Market Institute?
Thank you for the kind words and support.

All sources of Wyckoff have been studied, cherry picking core principles from the various authors over the years, David being one of those. I would always suggest to start with the original works, personally the book under Wyckoffs pseudo name Rollo Tape - Studies in Tape Reading was a major influence. The trading via the Chronicles literally is an amalgamation of Wyckoff, VSA, and logical price action. Pure Wyckoff is solely used for swing trading.

All the best.

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#92
ES 22nd September 17

Wyckoff and VSA principles at play in today's action:

Classic Volume analysis
Effort vs Result
Hidden Upthrust (setup)
Low volume testing (setup) (previous area of demand)

The importance of multiple timeframe analysis

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#93
ES 25th September 17

Wyckoff and VSA principles at play in today's action:

Upthrust (setup)
Effort vs. Result
Waves
Rally back to Ice (Classic Wyckoff setup)
Context
Trend Channel structure

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#94
ES 27th September 17

Wyckoff and VSA principles at play in today's action:

Confluences (important structural elements)
Change of behaviour (setup) weak pullback, excellent background conditions
Pure Wyckoff analysis (swell in volume)
VSA Classic No demand (setup - picture perfect)
Shortening of the Thrust
Effort vs. Result

Price action aberration and many subtleties

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Cigar

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#95
A couple of examples on a Daily chart of potential setups mentioned by PW in earlier Chronicles.
Some stock charts make it easy while others are unreadable.... If only they were all like this one.
 

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#96
ES 3rd October 17

Wyckoff and VSA principles at play in today's action:

New momentum high (setup)
Structure
Waves
Trend Channels
Back up the Edge of A creek (setup) - Classic Wyckoff
Compare and Contrast (Wyckoff thinking)

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(Back to daily Editions of the Chronicles)
 

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#97
ES 4th October 17

Wyckoff and VSA principles at play in today's action:

Absorption
3 x VSA No supply tests (setup)
Effort vs. Result (a reversal of usual application)
Climatic Bars
Trend Channels
Structure
No demand?

and a mini scalp

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#98
5th October 17

Wyckoff and VSA principles at play it today's action:

Effort vs. Result?
Trend Channels (overbought and oversold conditions) & reverse use?
Structure
Trend (setup x2)
No supply

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#99
ES 6th October 17

Wyckoff and VSA principles at play in today's action:

Importance of Structure
Trend Channels
Classic Wyckoff - Accumulation (setup)
Absorption
Change of Behaviour (setup)
Relative and Comparative analysis (Wyckoff thinking)
Multiple time frames
No supply
No demand

A very important edition of the Chronicles, many Wyckoff concepts

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ES 9th October 17

Wyckoff and VSA principles at play in today's action:

Multiple Time Frames
Overbought and oversold Conditions
Trend Channels
Effort vs. Result
Change of Behaviour (waves)
Confluences
Ease of Movement
Axis line (important structural element)
Comparative and Relative Analysis (Classic Wyckoff)

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Hi Feibel,

I thought i know how to draw reasonable good support and resistance lines on my chart, but, upon seeing you had drawn a support at 2530 on the daily chart - i got confuse.
Can you explain Why you determined that level as support, and if possible how you draw them.

Seems to be basic for most, but would definitely love to hear from you.

Thank you very much.
 
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Good question:

The area has had two touches; first being the daily high and then two days later the market bounced off the same price (creating a daily low) - buyers for whatever reason find this level to be of value.
Due to the lack of structure (as breaking into fresh new ground) when the market proves a level, it has much more significance and must be noted. Whose to say that if we revisit the same area again that buyers wouldn't be interested? we don't know, however we do know that support turned into resistance at the same price and this is normal workings of the market (S&R behaviour)

Hope this helps,

F
 
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ES 10th October 17

Wyckoff and VSA principles at play in today's action:

Upthrust
VSA No demand (setup) Perfect Example
Climatic Bars
Spring (setup)
Testing in a previous area of demand
Overbought and oversold conditions

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ES 12th October 17

Wyckoff and VSA principles at play in today's action:

Effort vs. Result
Weak Pullback (setup)
No supply
Price action aberration
Top reversal
Waves
Classic Wyckoff - Rally Back to Ice (setup)
Comparative analysis

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ES 16th October 17

Wyckoff and VSA principles at play in today's action:

Accumulation (Buying zone)
Multiple Time frame Analysis
VSA No Demand (setup) - Good background conditions
Price action aberration
Spring (setup)
Trend Channels
Waves
Compare and contrast (Wyckoff thinking)
Volume off the Bottom (Wyckoff element)

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