Craig’s Corner is dedicated to the writings of the late Craig Schroeder, who passed away in 2009. Craig, a previous owner of the Stock Market Institute of Phoenix, AZ was an outstanding Wyckoff educator. Many of the articles listed here explain important Wyckoff principles and are invaluable to any serious Wyckoff student.
Craig Schroeder’s articles focus on the theoretical side of the Wyckoff approach to stock market trading. If you are new to the Wyckoff method, these articles form a basic Wyckoff primer to help you understand the enormous trading potential found by Wyckoff method students.
Perhaps you are a trader, unfamiliar with the Wyckoff method. You may have read articles or books about Wyckoff or interacted with others who profess to be knowledgeable about the Wyckoff strategies and techniques. However, you have never embarked upon a step by step course of study intended to result in a working knowledge of the Wyckoff approach to technical trading in the stock market.
Others that can benefit from these articles are more experienced Wyckoff students. You are traders and investors who have made a comprehensive study of the Wyckoff approach and who are using Wyckoff in your market operations.
Those of us in this group unfortunately have lapses in memory during which we forget to employ a tool that Wyckoff has taught us and frequently pay a price for not remembering.
Continuing re-enforcement of lessons previously learned is the best way to keep our memories sharp and to reduce those potentially costly lapses to a minimum.
I hope you stop by Craig’s Corner on a regular basis, and that these articles will provide some helpful ideas and concepts that will help increase your trading profits