What you’ll learn
The Process of Deploying A Trading Strategy
Timeframe analysis for Swing Trading
Candlestick and Candlestick Pattern Analysis
Mindset Skill and Risk Management
Swing Trading Setup and Practical Trade Analysis
Swing trading is a kind of trading in which gains are sought over a few days to several weeks in a stock (or any other financial asset). Technical analysis is the main tool used by swing traders to find trading opportunities.
Swing trading is the practise of entering positions that can last from a few days to many months in an effort to capitalise on an expected price movement.
A trader who engages in swing trading is exposed to overnight and weekend risk, where the price may gap and start the next session at a significantly different price.
The only methodology used in this swing trading course is a very potent Price Action methodology, along with the required position management strategies.
Swing trading usually includes maintaining a long or short position for more than one trading session, although typically not for more than a few weeks or a few months. This is just a basic time range; even though some deals may extend for several months or more, the trader may still classify them as swing trades. Swing trades can also happen during a trading session, but this is an uncommon result caused by incredibly volatile circumstances.
THIS COURSE IS INTENDED FOR THOSE INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE PREPARED TO FINISH IT, AND, IMPLEMENT WHAT THEY HAVE LEARNED
Who this course is for:
- This course is exclusively for newbies who want to learn swing trading.