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Wyckoff Wonders: A Walkthrough of Our Second Hudson Session

Just recently, we held the second installment of the Hudson Sessions — a series of talks dissecting the concepts presented in my first book, The Art and Science of Technical Analysis. If you missed it, fear not – you can catch up with the playback or access the slide deck to digest the talk at your own pace.

In this session:

  • We built upon our first session’s exploration of offset charts, diving deep into the complex patterns of accumulation and distribution. Importantly, we derived valuable insights about the realistic expectations from these patterns.
  • One segment that might have challenged many people was my scrutiny of lines randomly drawn on charts. While debunking weak thinking surrounding concepts like Fibonacci ratios and supply/demand trading, I showcased my research on market levels and highlighted some genuine edges.
  • A significant portion of our session was dedicated to the concept of support and resistance. In an exclusive revelation, I shared a novel expansion of this idea that I’ve never publicly discussed before.
  • To cap it off, we examined the efficient “four trades” framework, which can accurately categorize every possible technical trade.

These sessions are getting rave reviews! I’m hearing from many traders who say that a few hours spent in these sessions has cleared up years of misunderstandings.

And guess what? The excitement is far from over! Our third session is just around the corner, set to take place on Saturday, 3 June 2023 at 13:00 EDT. This time, we’ll delve into the world of trends. You’ll know how they start, how they end, and the best patterns to use to monitor them as they evolve.

Register now to grab your spot. Together, let’s keep exploring the art and science of technical analysis. See you at the next Hudson Session!


Adam Grimes has over two decades of experience in the industry as a trader, analyst and system developer. The author of a best-selling trading book, he has traded for his own account, for a top prop firm, and spent several years at the New York Mercantile Exchange. He focuses on the intersection of quantitative analysis and discretionary trading, and has a talent for teaching and helping traders find their own way in the market.