Wyckoff Schematics depicts the Wyckoff Method, a five-step process for stock selection and trade entry. The Wyckoff Method is a technical analysis approach to financial market navigation based on the study of demand and supply forces. It was invented by Richard D. Wyckoff, a trader and market forecaster who began his career as a 15-year-old stock runner in 1888. This Wyckoff Schematics also depicts four types of schematics, two of which depict common variants of accumulation TRs and two of which depict distribution TRs. The Accumulation and Distribution Schematics are most likely Wyckoff's most popular work, at least among the cryptocurrency community.