SWING TRADING STRATEGIES – How to swing trade stocks with the best swing trading

SWING TRADING STRATEGIES – How to swing trade stocks and swing trading strategies.

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Swing trading is a popular strategy often using technical and fundamental analysis.
Our studies and stock trading experience provide insight into the question of what is swing trading and some popular swing trading strategies.

Swing trading by definition suggests buying at a swing low and selling at a swing high, with the aim of trying to catch a large portion of the move. If done correctly the risk reward ratio can be very favourable leading to excellent swing trading returns.

Often a popular stock trading strategy for the trader looking at the daily charts with a medium term outlook.

If you are looking for the basics of how to swing trade stocks, swing trading strategies or just to improve your swing trading returns in general, this video could be for you.

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25 thoughts on “SWING TRADING STRATEGIES – How to swing trade stocks with the best swing trading”

  1. As the economic crisis keep rising, one needs to have different streams of income, a well detailed diversified

    investment portfolio in the financial markets is needed to survive, as well as secure a profitable investment

    future,Thanks so much Mrs, Lucia Anderson for improving my portfolio.

  2. Great stocks and I just bought in on them, but I'm interested in making short term profit, let say turn a $150K to $500k in 6months, I'd appreciate tips on how what stocks to buy to make this much profit.

  3. I love your content. Its beyond admirable sir.
    Question: If you dont mind sharing, are there any other fundament analysis tools that are free or more affordable for us newbies that are learning the art of trading?

    Thank you,

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  4. This is straight bullshit, Your telling me, when "this line crosses this line" its time to buy? Get outta here with that bullshit. Pretty lines dont mean nothing to the market buddy. Studying Price action is the way.

  5. In real life trading sometimes this strategy may not work of stocks which are in upper circuit and after high immidiate ly downward circuit. It follows where you don't get any chance to sell

  6. I suggest learning to read price and a couple simple set ups. All the fancy Vegas spreadsheets are fine, easier way is to ask, "Is my account growing." ALWAYS deep dive charts,……..

  7. The summary of books series is fantastic. I have a pointed question in the way draw down is mentioned in the current video using Monte Carlo simulation. The problem with this is that there is an inherent assumption that after loosing series of trades we have entered winning portion. In actual case it is possible that after say 10 trade loosing streak one can have one or two winners and again one can have a 9 trade loosing sequence. This will actually create bigger draw downs. So ideally one should find out actual draw downs in the Monte Carlo equity curve itself.

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