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If you are new to Swing Trading or to just trading in general, then you have come to the right place. Through our Beginner lessons you will learn the basics of swing trading, candle stick reading, chart patterns, and technical analysis. Swing Trading for Beginners.
The first step to swing trading with technical analysis is learning to read Japanese candlesticks. At first glance the Japanese candlestick can seem very confusing to the new trader. These candlesticks are key components to our trading strategy, as they give us insight into what the markets buyers and sellers are thinking. Learn the Basics of Technical Analysis.
Now that we have established a basic understanding of technical analysis and candlestick charts we can begin to look at stock trading basics. The most important thing for new traders to realize is that trading is not about winning. while winning can be very rewarding, the reality is that losing is much more common, especially for new traders. Losing is a part of trading and the quicker you can learn to accept and take a loss the better chance you have of survival. Trading is not about how much money you make but more about how much money you don't lose. Learn more about Stock Trading Basics.
Swing Trading Strategies don't need to be complicated to be succesful. I firmly believe that over complicating a strategy will only lead to failure, frustration, and inconsistency. It's best to stick with a K.I.S.S plan when it comes to trading "Keep It Simple Stupid". Lets take a look at some of the guidelines we use to help us on our path to profitability.
Check out our Watchlists that we compose each and every week. Our Watchlist will contain high probability Stock plays that present multiple buying and profit taking opportunities. We like to focus on low risk, high reward Chart setups that have a positive amount of Relative Volume after a nice consolidation period. We love to trade charts from Sectors that are performing really well on a 1-3 month time frame. Our Weekly Market Update.