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Swing Trading

Swing Trading

Swing trading is a short-term trading technique where traders are usually in a position for a total of a few days to a few weeks. Swing trading is based on a phenomenom that occurs in the stock market where stocks tend to make equally distanced moves up or down. Swing...
Swing Trading

Making Money on the Downside with Less Risk

When the market goes into a bear phase investors can have a difficult time making money on the long side. I have seen stats that say in a bear market 3 out of every 4 stocks go down. As an investor that means that the odds are stacked against you if you’re only...
Swing Trading

Determining Price Targets

There are a number of technical patterns that you can use to determine price targets. In my experience there are four patterns that work really well: Head and Shoulders, Triangles, Rectangle Bases and Swing Trades. All of the following examples will give you examples...
Swing Trading

Good Risk Reward Ratio’s

When entering a position you should know what your attempting to make on the upside (reward) versus how much you can lose on the down side (risk). My personal minimum reward-to-risk-ratio is 3 to 1. Which means I’m attempting to make three times as much as...
Swing Trading

Do You Have an Exit Strategy?

One of the most important aspects of a successful investor is an exit strategy. Knowing where to admit you’re wrong and getting out of the position can save you a lot of money and stress. My exit strategy in brief, is to place a sell stop immediately after I...