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Richard Wyckoff is a success story
Maybe you have heard the saying around WallStreet .."I have never met a rich technical trader"..

You can put this myth to rest.

Richard Wyckoff a legend of Wallstreet in his time, his news letter actually moved the market. Richard Wyckoff success allowed him live in the Hampton's, New York.


Wyckoff Estate


The Life Of Richard Wyckoff, via the media

Mr. Wyckoff was in turn – runner, clerk, customer’s man, head of his own brokerage house, market expert, founder and long time editor of The Magazine of Wall Street. At one time, as market advisor, he commanded one of the largest individual followings in the history of Wall Street. Mr. Wyckoff was known as one of the most accomplished tape readers of his day. –Journal Of Commerce, Chicago


Mr. Wyckoff carved out for himself a career and a fortune. His book “Wall Street Ventures and Adventures” gives lifelike portraits of many of Wall Street’s legendary figures and an expose of the inner workings of the stock market; also it contains much practical information on judging the trend of the stock market. –Barron’s Weekly, New York.


Richard D. Wyckoff was a pioneer in the study of the tape, and of the technicalities of the market itself. At one time his “buy” and “sell” following was so numerous that it became unwieldy. His own clients and the horde of parasites who had access to his tips, “made” and “unmade” the market for the Wyckoff favorites. Not the least interesting of these personalities is that of Wyckoff himself. –Nation’s Business, Washington.


Mr. Wyckoff, as nearly everybody must know, is found of the Magazine of Wall Street and edited it until 1926. As a broker, speculator, editor and financial advisor, he has been intimately acquainted with famous players in that greatest of games. –Post Dispatch, St. Louis.


Mr. Wyckoff was always a serious student of the market. But he was essentially a speculator rather than a buyer for the long pull. Unlike most speculators, however, he made a fortune and a success. –Chronical, San Francisco.


Richard D. Wyckoff is a name familiar in itself. His span of experience in things financial has been important and varied. Mr. Wyckoff’s contribution to the dignity, advancement and science of stock transactions has been a valuable service to his country. –Daily Journal, Flint, Michigan.


Throughout Mr. Wyckoff’s business career, his increasing absorption with the problem of how to bring accurate and first-hand information to the buy of stocks bore fruit in the various methods of financial service which he developed. –News, Portland, ME.


It is a long road which stretches between that first Wall Street job and his later successes, culminating in the founding and ownership of The Magazine of Wall Street. Such a career could not fail to bring him into contact with some of the outstanding figures of the times. –Daily Investment News, New York.



This was Richard Wyckoff secret

.."There are those who think they are studying the market, what all they are doing is studying what some one has said about the market …. not what the market has said about itself "...


Richard D. Wyckoff




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Investing Quote...

..“The Tape Reader’s profits should develop naturally. He should buy or sell because it is the thing to do – not because he wants to make a profit or fears to make a loss”…

Richard D. Wyckoff


.."Money couldn't buy friends, but you got a better class of enemy"..

Spike Milligan


.."Stock market bubbles don't grow out of thin air. They have a solid basis in reality, but reality as distorted by a misconception"..

George Soros


.."It's not whether you're right or wrong that's important, but how much money you make when you're right and how much you lose when you're wrong"..

George Soros



..."The four most dangerous words in investing are 'This time it's different' "...

John Templeton




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