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What is a Swing Trade ?

Swing trading is a style of trading that attempts to capture short- to medium-term gains in a stock (or any financial instrument) over a period of a few days to several weeks. Swing traders primarily use technical analysis to look for trading opportunities. We are Carjbe Tarde And Trust ONLY uses technical analysis. 

What is Technical Analysis? 

Technical analysis is a trading discipline employed to evaluate investments and identify trading opportunities by analyzing statistical trends gathered from trading activity, such as price movement and volume. What we focus on is our plan that we have build over the years. We don’t look at the news or any FOMO stock. We follow our plan which has proven to give us results and build on that foundation.

Btw…  FOMO is the acronym for “Fear Of Missing Out”.

It is the fear of missing out on the profit you might make if you don’t buy a stock  ASAP regardless of its current price.

Technical analysis can be used on any security with historical trading data. This includes stocks, futurescommodities, fixed-income, currencies, and other securities.

How many days are in a swing trade?

Active traders often group themselves into two camps: the day traders and the swing traders. Both seek to profit from short-term stock movements (versus long-term investments), but which trading strategy is the better one? Here at Carjbe for our swing, we like to keep it to a range of  3 to 5 days and we shoot for 2r targets. 

What are ‘R’ targets? 

‘R’ stands for the amount of risk you take during a trade. Technically, it is just another way of looking at a profit and loss ratio.

Risk Management

How do you protect your investment portfolio? 

With a Stop Loss. 

Stop-loss can he defined as an advance order to sell an asset when it reaches a particular price point. It is used to limit loss or gain in a trade.

The concept can be used for short-term as well as long-term trading.  In case of a stop-loss order, the trading company or broker looks at the trading discipline to help the investor cut losses by the current market bid price (i.e. the highest price for the stock at any point of time at which the investor wants to place a bid), and vice-versa, while selling a stock.

A stop-loss order is basically a tool used for short-term investment planning. It is used when the investor doesn’t want the pressure of monitoring a security on a day-to-day basis. The trade gets triggered automatically and the limits are decided in advance. This can be very helpful for small investors.

Picking The Right Swing Trade

The first key to successful swing trading is picking the right stocks. The best candidates are large-cap stocks, which are among the most actively traded stocks on the major exchanges. In an active market, these stocks will swing between broadly defined high and low extremes, and the swing trader will ride the wave in one direction for a couple of days or weeks only to switch to the opposite side of the trade when the stock reverses direction. 

For example

In my plan I have a check list which tells me what im looking for in a particular stock. I might want a stock with a minimum volume of 500k at support with a level 1 Gap and a 3BP. Sounds crazy huh?

 

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