Why Wyckoff SMI?

Why You Should Follow The Wyckoff Sectors

07.12.2016
Follow us on all our other web pages for more Wyckoff News & Trading Updates! Facebook.com/wyckoffsmionline Twitter.com/WyckoffSMI Or @WyckoffSMI www.WyckoffSMI.com About Todd Butterfield In 1982, Mr. Butterfield graduated from the Wyckoff Stock Market Institute and was anxious to put his knowledge to the test. Mr. Butterfield decided to enter the U.S. Investment Championship’s real money competitions to prove that he was able to compete. The first one he entered he placed 12th in the nation, and immediately got hired out of college to manage money for the owner of a market-maker firm in Chicago. Every competition he entered over the years we have listed below. He does not consider himself an expert Wyckoff student, but one that strives every day to become a better Wyckoff student. Placed “12th in the Nation”, 31.9% (Feb 1-June 1), 85 Entrants, Futures Division, U.S. Investment Championship, 1984. Achieved a 79.8% average annual return, Commodity Trading Advisor 1987-1990 In 1992, Todd Butterfield placed 9th in the U.S. Investment Championship $50,000+ “Stock Division” & 17th in the “Mutual Fund Switching Division”. In 1993, Todd placed 4th in the Money Manager Verified Ratings “Low Risk Division” with a 28.1% return. ($1 Million-Plus Portfolio) Todd placed “2nd in the Nation”, Money Manager Verified Ratings, 1st quarter, 1994. In the 12 months ending 6/30/00, placed 2nd in the nation, Moni Research. Find all supporting documents regarding this achievements at WyckoffSMI.com WYCKOFF SMI LLC ("Company") is not an investment advisory service, nor a registered investment advisor or broker-dealer and does not purport to tell or suggest which securities or currencies customers should buy or sell for themselves. The risk of trading futures and options can be substantial. Each investor must consider whether this is a suitable investment. Past performance is not indicative of future results. www.WyckoffSMI.com
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Explanation Of Wyckoff Wave Sector Charts

07.25.2016
Follow us on all our other web pages for more Wyckoff News & Trading Updates! Facebook.com/wyckoffsmionline Twitter.com/WyckoffSMI Or @WyckoffSMI www.WyckoffSMI.com About Todd Butterfield In 1982, Mr. Butterfield graduated from the Wyckoff Stock Market Institute and was anxious to put his knowledge to the test. Mr. Butterfield decided to enter the U.S. Investment Championship’s real money competitions to prove that he was able to compete. The first one he entered he placed 12th in the nation, and immediately got hired out of college to manage money for the owner of a market-maker firm in Chicago. Every competition he entered over the years we have listed below. He does not consider himself an expert Wyckoff student, but one that strives every day to become a better Wyckoff student. Placed “12th in the Nation”, 31.9% (Feb 1-June 1), 85 Entrants, Futures Division, U.S. Investment Championship, 1984. Achieved a 79.8% average annual return, Commodity Trading Advisor 1987-1990 In 1992, Todd Butterfield placed 9th in the U.S. Investment Championship $50,000+ “Stock Division” & 17th in the “Mutual Fund Switching Division”. In 1993, Todd placed 4th in the Money Manager Verified Ratings “Low Risk Division” with a 28.1% return. ($1 Million-Plus Portfolio) Todd placed “2nd in the Nation”, Money Manager Verified Ratings, 1st quarter, 1994. In the 12 months ending 6/30/00, placed 2nd in the nation, Moni Research. Find all supporting documents regarding this achievements at WyckoffSMI.com WYCKOFF SMI LLC ("Company") is not an investment advisory service, nor a registered investment advisor or broker-dealer and does not purport to tell or suggest which securities or currencies customers should buy or sell for themselves. The risk of trading futures and options can be substantial. Each investor must consider whether this is a suitable investment. Past performance is not indicative of future results. www.WyckoffSMI.com
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Using the Wyckoff Tools to Identify a trade setup

08.08.2016
Follow us on all our other web pages for more Wyckoff News & Trading Updates! Facebook.com/wyckoffsmionline Twitter.com/WyckoffSMI Or @WyckoffSMI www.WyckoffSMI.com About Todd Butterfield In 1982, Mr. Butterfield graduated from the Wyckoff Stock Market Institute and was anxious to put his knowledge to the test. Mr. Butterfield decided to enter the U.S. Investment Championship’s real money competitions to prove that he was able to compete. The first one he entered he placed 12th in the nation, and immediately got hired out of college to manage money for the owner of a market-maker firm in Chicago. Every competition he entered over the years we have listed below. He does not consider himself an expert Wyckoff student, but one that strives every day to become a better Wyckoff student. Placed “12th in the Nation”, 31.9% (Feb 1-June 1), 85 Entrants, Futures Division, U.S. Investment Championship, 1984. Achieved a 79.8% average annual return, Commodity Trading Advisor 1987-1990 In 1992, Todd Butterfield placed 9th in the U.S. Investment Championship $50,000+ “Stock Division” & 17th in the “Mutual Fund Switching Division”. In 1993, Todd placed 4th in the Money Manager Verified Ratings “Low Risk Division” with a 28.1% return. ($1 Million-Plus Portfolio) Todd placed “2nd in the Nation”, Money Manager Verified Ratings, 1st quarter, 1994. In the 12 months ending 6/30/00, placed 2nd in the nation, Moni Research. Find all supporting documents regarding these achievements at WyckoffSMI.com WYCKOFF SMI LLC ("Company") is not an investment advisory service, nor a registered investment advisor or broker-dealer and does not purport to tell or suggest which securities or currencies customers should buy or sell for themselves. The risk of trading futures and options can be substantial. Each investor must consider whether this is a suitable investment. Past performance is not indicative of future results. www.WyckoffSMI.com
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US Investment Championship Trade Review

03.13.2017
In this video Wyckoff Stock Market Institute President Todd Butterfield goes over his official trades from the 1984 US Investment Championships where he placed 12th in the nation. Every trade was completed using the Wyckoff Trading Method and techniques taught at WyckoffSMI.com Use coupon code "25off" during check out to receive 25% off our official "Wyckoff Unleashed" online course! This offer is only good through April 1st 2017! Wyckoff Unleashed Course Link http://www.wyckoffsmi.com/product/w... Facebook.com/wyckoffsmionline Twitter.com/WyckoffSMI Or @WyckoffSMI www.WyckoffSMI.com About Todd Butterfield In 1982, Mr. Butterfield graduated from the Wyckoff Stock Market Institute and was anxious to put his knowledge to the test. Mr. Butterfield decided to enter the U.S. Investment Championship’s real money competitions to prove that he was able to compete. The first one he entered he placed 12th in the nation, and immediately got hired out of college to manage money for the owner of a market-maker firm in Chicago. Every competition he entered over the years we have listed below. He does not consider himself an expert Wyckoff student, but one that strives every day to become a better Wyckoff student. Placed “12th in the Nation”, 31.9% (Feb 1-June 1), 85 Entrants, Futures Division, U.S. Investment Championship, 1984. Achieved a 79.8% average annual return, Commodity Trading Advisor 1987-1990 In 1992, Todd Butterfield placed 9th in the U.S. Investment Championship $50,000+ “Stock Division” & 17th in the “Mutual Fund Switching Division”. In 1993, Todd placed 4th in the Money Manager Verified Ratings “Low Risk Division” with a 28.1% return. ($1 Million-Plus Portfolio) Todd placed “2nd in the Nation”, Money Manager Verified Ratings, 1st quarter, 1994. In the 12 months ending 6/30/00, placed 2nd in the nation, Moni Research. Find all supporting documents regarding these achievements at WyckoffSMI.com WYCKOFF SMI LLC ("Company") is not an investment advisory service, nor a registered investment advisor or broker-dealer and does not purport to tell or suggest which securities or currencies customers should buy or sell for themselves. The risk of trading futures and options can be substantial. Each investor must consider whether this is a suitable investment. Past performance is not indicative of future results. www.WyckoffSMI.com
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