Module 1 – How to Track Price Action on Ichimoku Charts
Module 2 – Finding Support and Resistance
Module 3 – Reading the Charts

Meet Your Teacher


I’m William Grantham and I’ll be your teacher for this course.

I’ve been using Ichimoku for over a decade. To create this course, I analyzed the exact steps that I take to use the system so that it would be easy for you to become an expert in the system.

The steps are presented in this course.

I’m hoping you’ll find Ichimoku valuable as an instrument to measure price action. The non-subjective method of presenting the information means that Ichimoku works without having to render an opinion. This consistent display of clues makes it easy for you to use the tool for sectors as well as for individual stocks.

It’s amazing to be able to look at a chart and instantly see the short, medium, and long-term trends. This helps you gauge the momentum of the direction of the trend. Also, the way the calculations use moving midpoints makes the lines go flat when the price action is consolidating which gives us visual clues to support and resistance levels. Couple that with multiple time frames and we can identify zones where we should be cautious.

You are about to learn the exact steps that I take when reviewing charts. These steps will help you too, see with a single glance, what is going on with a chart.

– William Grantham

If you want to increase the size of the type and charts:

Make your browser zoomed in by using
Mac: Press “Command” then “+” (zoom in) “-” (zoom out.)
Windows: Press “CTRL” then “+” (zoom in) “-” (zoom out.)

To see the charts full screen follow these instructions.

Mac: Right-click on the chart then hold the “Command (cloverleaf)” key and
choose “View Image” to make the chart open in a new tab.
Windows: Right-click on the chart then choose “Open Image In New Tab.”

If you are on your phone or tablet, you may want to screen share to mirror to a TV.