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1. Jesse Livermores Secret To Success

2. The great crash 1929

3. Dear NewBie Investor

4. How to win in the stock market

5. Commandments to follow

6. 10 Rules for Investing

7. How to survive a stock market crash

8. William J ONeil, CANSLIM

9. Dan Zanger, Wyckoff mark up trader

10. Barry Ritholtz keep it simple stupid

11. Gerald Loeb how to win

12. Paul Tudor Jones II

13. Felix Zulauf

14. Warren Buffett

15. Chuck Hughes 7 times World Trader Champion

16. Super Trader Karen

17. Reading the tape

18. Indicators Introduction

19. Richard Wyckoff method

20. Richard Wyckoff studied Jesse Livermore

21. Bob Evans, renowned Wyckoff teacher

22. William Gann method

23. William Gann life story

24. William Gann Law of Vibration

25. Jim Hurst method

26. Wyckoff method improved1

27. Wyckoff method improved2

28. Original Wyckoff and Wyckoff 2.0

29. Wyckoff 2.0 vs Others

30. Wyckoff 2.0 and Volume Spread Analysis

31. Powerful Patterns

32. Elliot Waves

33. Price Action

34. Market Statistics

35. Cycles for short term speculation

36. Stop Loss methods

37. Alpha Stock Scanner

38. Swing Scanner

39. Flash Charts

40. RTT Market Timer

41. RTT Wyckoff Short Term model

42. Chart Drawing Tools

43. Standard Indicators

44. Proprietary Indicators (PI)

45. PI: RTT TrendStatus

46. PI: RTT TrendPower

47. PI: RTT VolumeWave

48. PI: RTT PriceVolume

49. PI: RTT Rainbow Bands

50. PI: RTT Volume

51. PI: RTT MarketPulse

52. PI: RTT Wyckoff Strength Weakness

53. PI: Proprietary Indicators Caution

54. What we do?


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How to win in the stock market
To win in the stock market the investor must have the odds in their favor. The stock market is a numbers game. This site was built with an underlying product performance check: ‘Can it give 75% plus odds for a win?’

When you go through this site, use the above ‘check’ to reconcile each product.

Below is a quick reference, more detail is available via links after the jump.

Here is how to get better than 75% success

1) Have a bird’s eye view of the market in all aspects.
There is no better way to cover this topic than Jesse Livermore quote.


2) Sound money management principles.
An investor must manage risk. It's better to have many smaller positions rather than a few large ones.
Choose to keep risk per trade small, dam the commissions. Risk exposure is the key.


Losses must be paid for by profits. See the percentage win required to cover a loss:


3) Apply Wyckoff market phases and laws to ‘read the tape’.
Understanding Richard Wyckoff tape laws and market phases allow you to see the supply and demand battles within price action. Know stock market terminology: Accumulation, distribution, selling climax, cause, effect, path of least resistance, etc. Plus the application of relative strength to stock selection was a great friend to Richard Wyckoff.


4) Find the Wyckoff: 'UpThrusts', 'Springs','Buying Climax','Selling Climax'.
Wyckoff traders trade around up thrusts, springs, selling climax, and buying climax. Finding them can be a little difficult, as each pattern can be a single bar or made up of 2 or 3 bars. Thus we need to find the chart zone where they will be hiding to make it easy to profit.

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5) Use option strategies with +75% chance of winning.
Simple option strategies can give you odds of success (per trade) up to 95%. Learn about selling or buying premium, bear or bullish spreads, Iron condors, Calendar spreads. is not an options learning center. We do provide a 'Option Probability Cone' with our toolset (see chart). Selection an option strategy will be based on your view of the market: direction, cycle peak or trough, accumulation, distribution, trend status, etc. has the toolset to answer these questions. Retail investors can reach great heights as option trades, please review posts: Karen Super Trader, Chuck Hughes 7 Times World Trader Champion. Option Probability Cone example..

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6) Find statistically significant dominant Hurst cycles.
To know the dominant Hurst cycle that is statistically significant, is better than not knowing it. Combine cycle action with option strategies is a very good approach.

Hurst Cycle on EURUSD (FXE etf)

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7) Use Gann Angles for trend confirmation.
Gann angles are not trend lines, they only require one pivot and not two, there is no adjustment when another pivot forms. Gann angles represent the pace of price relative to time. Gann Angles are excellent trend following tools.

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8) Apply RTTTrendStatus for trend status.
Our simple RTTTrendStatus tool, has in the past express over brought and oversold levels with great accuracy on the SPY. It will again!

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9) Follow NYSE Advance and Decline data via RTT Market Timer.
The NYSE Advance and Decline have many secrets. Knowing how to time the market with this dataset is critical. has a custom RTT Market Timer that has worked for 30 years.

RTT Market Timer

10) Study the RTTVolumeWave for bullish and bearish pressures.
Price to volume action is very important. Price wave to volume is even more so. See more on RTTVolumeWave after the jump.

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RTT Volume Wave

11) With great trends buy on weakness
Price and volume using the RTTTrendPowerOBV to help time great trends. Great trends derive from great underlying fundamentals.

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Investing Quote...

..."Vibration is fundamental; nothing is exempt from this law; it is universal, therefore applicable to every class of phenomena on the globe."...

William D Gann

..“One must search through a maze of complex and contradictory details to get to the significant facts … Then he must be able to operate coldly, clearly, and skilfully on the basis of those facts.” The challenge for the successful speculator is “how to disentangle the cold hard facts from the rather warm feelings of the people dealing with the facts.” Moreover, “if you get all the facts, your judgment can be right; if you don’t get all the facts, it can’t be right”...

Bernard Baruch

.."The first rule is not to lose. The second rule is not to forget the first rule"

Warren Buffett

..“Because of the extreme challenge, one must commit full attention to it.” Market speculation is “no different than trying to be a successful doctor or lawyer … you simply must devote yourself full-time to the study of your craft”...

Bernard Baruch

My experience has been that in successful businesses and fund management companies, which performed well over the long-term, some courageous decisions were taken. Courageous fund managers reduce their positions when markets become frothy and accumulate equities when economic and social conditions are dire. They avoid the most popular sectors, which are therefore over-valued, and invest in neglected sectors because being neglected by investors they are by definition inexpensive. The point is that it is very hard and that it takes a lot of courage for a fund manager to avoid the most popular sectors and stocks and to invest in unloved assets. Finally, every investor understands the principle ‘buy low and sell high’, but when prices are low nobody wants to buy.

Marc Faber

Created on: 6/16/2012 10:39:07 PM   Last Update: 2/6/2013 9:36:47 PM Posted by: RTT
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We at hold the view that a mix of stock chart technical analysis, Richard Wyckoff, William Gann and Jim Hurst methods plus market fundamentals allows the investor to formulate a very sound market opinion. These attributes are mutually inclusive and must be weighted equally before investing or trading in any Stock, ETF, Currency, Bond, Commodity, CFD or Mutual Fund

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