FREE OnLine Cycle Analyst's Seminar

Formerly published as an online trading strategy seminar and available only to subscribers, the following sessions have been made available in response to the often asked question -- "How do I put it all together". Each session contains a lesson, which is the focus of the in-depth market analysis in the markets Walter was watching at the time of publication. Real audio files are attached to each page with commentary on the chart illustrations.

Click on "Cycle Identification" to begin.

1) Cycle Identification
Accurate cycle identification allows you to determine trend reversals, determine trend, buy bottoms, sell tops and forecast the most probable times for future bottoms and tops. In this session, Walter explains how his technical indicators are used to identify and trade cycle tops and bottoms of both the 20-bar trading cycle and the 1/2 cycle. These techniques work in all markets, all time frames; and with a little practice, you will be able to identify the 10 and 20- bar cycle tops and bottoms like an expert.

2) Timing Bands
... to forecast future tops and bottoms and improve performance of mechanical trading signals. Select markets are analyzed with cycles, timing bands and other technical trading tools.

3) Trend and Price Swings
Are you aware that market losses most often occur because people trade against the trend? The trading public is most often trying to buy bottoms in a downtrend or sell tops in an uptrend. Professional traders, having paid dearly for their mistakes, most often trade with the trend.

The trend is your friend. If it is up, buy the dips, and if it is down sell the rallies. Great advice, but how do you make it work to your advantage. You can usually see what the trend was, but how do you know what the trend is, or more importantly, whether the trend is going to continue - or reverse?

The legendary W.D. Gann developed his MASTER TREND CALCULATOR, and it is as valuable and accurate today as it was in his day. It works in all markets, in all time frames and many of today's trading techniques and systems are based on it. I call it the pulse of the market, and in this session explain how to use it and other techniques to determine and trade trend.


4) Bressert Double Stochastic
This session focuses on using the Bressert Double Stochastic in current-time market analysis. You will learn the difference between the standard stochastic and the Bressert double stochastic. Unlike the standard stochastic, the Bressert Double Stoc is constructed to have increased amplitude in strong trending markets, resulting in 50% more trading signals than the standard stochastic that are, on average, 10% more accurate. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE OFFER FOR A FREE COPY OF THE DOUBLE STOCHASTIC INDICATOR MADE IN THIS PRESENTATION IN 1998 IS NO LONGER VALID.

5) EMA Trend Indicator
The trend for the time frame you trade (daily or intra-day) is determined by the dominant cycle in the next longer time frame (weekly or intra-day). Walter's EMA Trend Indicator allows you to see the development of the trend on the chart you are trading with characteristics for fast trending markets, trading range markets and signals for the beginning and ending of trends. It also allows you to identify the highest probability trading signals to trade in the direction of trend. You will learn how to identify the trend and the highest probability buy/sell signals to trade in the direction of the trend.

6) Keltner Bands
Combining Keltner Bands with the timing of cycles gives you price objectives for tops and bottoms, support and resistance levels for trend reversals.

In this session, Walter features the use of Keltner Bands. You will learn how to adjust them, how to use them to take profits and determine support/resistance levels when markets are making new lows and new highs. By combining the Keltner Bands with the Bressert Double Stoch and other technical indicators, your accuracy of top and bottom identification is greatly increased.

7) Mid-Cycle Pause Price Objective
The Mid-Cycle Pause Price Objective is used to forecast price levels of future cycle tops and bottoms. These price levels can be used to take profits or anticipate trend reversals. A confluence of similar price objectives derived from cycles of different lengths often indicates a major support/resistance level and/or price reversal. Failure to reach a price objective can indicate a reverse in price direction.

8) Fibonacci Retracements
Time cycles reflect the underlying order in the markets. A knowledge of cycles allows us to forecast future tops and bottoms, and to make price forecasts for future tops and bottoms, as well as time forecasts. Fibonacci retracements are especially potent when combined with the timing of cycles. Cycles frequently make a bottom within the 38% - 62% retracement range of moves from high to low. By combining the Fibonacci price relationship with the timing of cycles, the significant price levels of bottoms and tops can be anticipated, keeping you out of a market until a minimum retracement has been made, and giving you the confidence to enter markets when maximum retracements are made.


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