Wyckoff Power Charting

Segmenting PnF Counts

by Bruce Fraser

Wyckoffians often break up a large Point and Figure count into smaller count objectives. A large count objective usually requires a significant period of time to be fulfilled and pauses will occur along the way... Read More 

Wyckoff Power Charting

The New Nifty Fifty

by Bruce Fraser

The ‘Nifty-Fifty’ era for stocks started in the 1960s and went into the early 1970s. These fifty or so stocks were consistent out-performers. Their earnings, sales and stock price growth stood apart from most other stocks. These stocks grew in value, year after year... Read More 

Wyckoff Power Charting

Pedaling Wyckoff

by Bruce Fraser

Horizontal Point and Figure analysis is one of the great mysteries of technical analysis. Very few do this analysis, and even fewer do it correctly. An incorrect procedure leads to bad counts. But when it is done properly PnF is magical... Read More 

Wyckoff Power Charting

Junk is in the Eye of the Beholder

by Bruce Fraser

High yield bonds came into their own in the 1980’s and have become ever more important to the functioning of the economy. They are often referred to as ‘Junk Bonds’ because they are bonds of lower quality... Read More