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Stock Market Charting
Stock Compass is the web's best stock market charts, expert opinions, and supports you to
make more money in the Stock Market.
Swing Trading and Stock Picking with Market Analysis
Swing Trading Explanation
Swing trading refers to a trading time period
in contrast, for example, to day trading. Swing
trading uses stock and futures graphs where
each bar represents a day. Contrast this with
day trading that uses stock and futures
graphs where every bar represents a portion
of a day (e.g., 15 minute bars). Swing trading
is medium term, trades are typically held for a
few weeks to a few months. Long-term
traders, on the other hand, hold their trades for at least many months and often for years
utilizing charts where each bar represents a week or a month.
There are three things to consider when picking a time frame, longer or shorter, for your
trading: the amount of risk goes up with increasing time frames as does the potential gains
while the frequency of monitoring trades goes down. Shorter trading time periods have lower
risk, lower potential gains and more frequent trade monitoring. Here is an example of daytrading the U.S. Dollar Index (future). Every bar is 15 minutes. The total gain was $170 and the
initial risk was $30:
Our services include stock market swing trading and futures swing trading help through our
monthly stock market swing trading newsletter as well as monthly and weekly futures and stock
picking. Every week an email is sent out for futures and stock market swing trading and market
analysis. Stock swing trading is enhanced by our weekly stock market sector table and graphs.
Futures swig trading is helped by our weekly Commitment of Traders report and accumulation /
distribution futures graphs. Both stock market swing trading and futures swing trading are
helped by our tutorial for calculating targets from trading ranges. We offer free stock market
charts and historical stock market charts for our past results.
Risk in Swing Trading and Stock Picking
Swing trading of both stocks and futures trading carry risk. Understanding market analysis
during futures and stock picking can mitigate risk and enhance profits. The risk during stock
market swing trading is calculated by taking the difference between the entry point and the
protective stop and then multiplying this figure by the amount of shares. It is similar for futures
swing trading. But in futures trading first multiply the space between the open and protective
stop by the value of each point (e.g., for the 30-year bond each 1/32 of a point is worth $31.50
Stock Swing Trading versus Futures Swing Trading
Advantages of trading stocks include the many different stocks that are available that can be
selected through good stock picking and market analysis. Stock market swing trading is also
helped by comparing a particular stock to the stock trading indexes. Futures swing trading
provides leverage so that much more money can be earned in a shorter period of time. Futures
swing trading has the same calculation of risk as in stock trading because the risk is calculated
based on the difference between the open of the stock trading or futures trading and the
Stock Market Charting
Our historical stock market charts and our free stock market charts show trading techniques of
entering and exiting stock market swing trading trades. Stock Market Charting of both stocks
and stock sectors create benefits for our subscribers.
Stock Market Charts
The stock market chart history shows our trading results over time. Stock Market Charts show
how just price and volume is used to create excellent returns for the small investror.
Going Long and Going Short
Better results through stock market swing trading depend on the stock market indexes: are
they going up, down or sideways. Go long for stock trading when the overall market is going up
or about to go up. But go short for stock trading when the market is dropping or about to drop.
Good futures trading relies more on the market analysis of the particular futures. However
futures trading is enhanced by analysis of the Commitment of Traders Report. Unlike stock
trading, there is no difference in futures swing trading between going long and going short.
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