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What is swing trading?


I have seen this word used, and supposedly it brings good profits? but i have no idea what it is
any help pleasE?


2 Responses to “What is swing trading?”
  1. Karl Rudolf says:

    Swing traders are not day traders, rather these traders follow certain stocks and when they think those stocks are “cheap” they will buy. At the same time when the stock bought has increases enough to meet their investment goal, they will sell. Then they will wait until the stock goes down again, so they will buy again.

    The oil stocks in the past were good candidates because they tended to be affected by market news, trouble in the middle east, etc.

    Be sure as an investor, you have enough money to buy at least a few hundred shares at a time, so that the buy and sell commissions don’t reduce your profits significantly.

  2. Link says:

    Swing trading is commonly defined as a stock, index, or commodities trading practice whereby the instrument is bought or sold at or near the end of an up or down price swing caused by daily or weekly price volatility. A swing trade position is typically open longer than a day, but shorter than trend following trades or buy and hold investment strategies. Swing traders engage in prospecting changes in an instrument’s price caused by oscillations between its price being bid up by optimism and alternatively being bid down by pessimism over a period of a few days, weeks, or months. Profits can be sought by engaging in either Long or Short trading


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