A Little Keltner, Wyckoff and a Lot Of Street Smarts
Author: Linda Raschke
Running Time: 90 minutes
Workbook Length: 18 pages
Linda Raschke, renowned financial trader and speaker, will draw on the work of two noted technicians to show you how to apply some classical technical principles and methods to today’s dynamic markets.
Chester Keltner, one of the early pioneers in the field of system trading, is best known for his “Keltner Channels”. Keltner also designed several mechanical systems for trading the grain markets. Linda will discuss his techniques and show how his non-trending conditions can be modified to highlight both trending and non-trending conditions, as well as to define specific trading set-ups.
Richard Wyckoff was the master of analyzing accumulation and distribution patterns. Anyone wishing to develop his or her tape reading skills must be familiar with Wyckoff’s techniques. Linda will summarize his classical concepts and then demonstrate how she utilizes them in her own analysis and trading.
“Street Smarts”, the book Linda co-authored with Larry Connors, describes how to capture these concepts and mold them into a concrete trading methodology. Preparation and organization, done ahead of time, are the keys to combining mechanical set-ups and tape reading. In this workshop, Linda will show you how to accomplish this.
About The Author
Linda Raschke has been a full-time professional trader for over 20 years. She began her trading career on the Pacific Coast Stock Exchange and later moved to the Philadelphia Stock Exchange. Linda was written up in Jack Schwager’s book, “The New Market Wizards” and in “Women of the Street” by Sue Herera. In 1995, she co-authored the best selling book “Street Smarts – High Probability Short Term Trading Strategies.” Linda continues to trade every day.