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   ~ Some Frequently Asked Questions



Q:   I am a beginner that has never Swing Traded Stocks before but would like to learn.   Is the Stock Pivot Trade Analyzer software going to help me?

A:  Yes, absolutely. You could buy a lot of books on Swing Trading and try to make sense out of it all, or enroll in some of those expensive courses out there and burn through a bunch of money right off the get-go...but utilizing the new Stock Pivot Trade Analyzer Software to help you process your stock watchlist a long with attending our free monthly group meetings where we teach you the basic Swing Trading strategy, will get you going in a quick and inexpensive manner. For more information read:  The Basics Of Swing Trading  


Q:  I'm an experienced Stock Trader. What am I going to get out of using the Stock Pivot Trade Analyzer software that I don't already know now?

A:  Even if you have several years of trading experience under your belt, you can always enhance and improve your trading methods. You have to ask yourself...  "Am I as profitable as I would like to be?"   When you begin using the Stock Pivot Trade Analzyer, you will learn many new proprietary swing trading setups, indicators and money managment tricks to help you take your swing trading to a whole new level. You will find a treasure-trove of new and invaluable swing trading knowledge. Be prepared to learn the best swing trading system, most likely found on the internet.


Q:  What Are The Important Components of a Swing Trade?

A:  There are several factors that go into a successful swing trade. (a.) Proper stock selection. (b.) Timing of the Entry. (c.) Position size, or how many shares to buy. (d.) Inititial stop placement. (e.) Calculating the first exit target. (f.) Trailing the stoploss. (g.) Finally, computing the final target.

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Q:  What Kind Of Analysis Finds The Best Swing Trading Setups?

A:  Although there are many ways to analyze a stock and find a potential Swing Trading setup, there are two simple technical tools that help in locating the best setups, those are the use of specific moving averages and the location of key pivot days otherwise known as swing highs or swing lows. A set of moving averages of different lengths for instance, can tell you important information about a stocks strength, its current trend and the best buy points.

For a more detailed review see my:  How To Use Moving Averages  



Q:  What Charting Platforms Do You Recommend?

A:  Although you are more than welcome to use the Charting Platform of your choice when using the Stock Pivot Trade Analzyer, here are a few that I recommend to take a look at if you are not already set up.

First, a great place to start using stock charts right off the web quickly is a site called  FreeStockCharts.com   For full integration of Charting and Trading Platform, Tradestation ranks No. 1. They offer the industries finest charts built right into their trading platform. For another great charting package, check out  Ninja Trader  or  Multi Charts


Q:  What the advantages of Swing Trading over Buy and Hold or Daytrading Stocks?

A:  With Swing Trading we have the advantage of being flexible and adaptive to market conditions. A trader can take a position in a stock and capture profits over a short term vs. a buy and hold investor who would watch those profits deterioriate.

The great thing about Swing Trading is that a person does not have to spend a lot of time to do it, nor does a person have to be seated in front of computers all day during market hours to execute trades. A quick reviews of stock charts several times a week tells you everything you need to know and buy orders can actually be placed outside of market hours, so even the busy professional can be an effective Swing Trader. On the other hand Day trading is a very demanding method of making money in the markets, requiring the trader to be in front of the computer each day during market hours. Also, the bigger money is actually made by holding trades overnight, and taking advantage of price runs that can occur in stocks over the course of several days to weeks, which is what Swing Trading is all about. Day traders typically close out their positions at the end of each trading day which generates a lot of work as they have to attempt to enter again the following day. As far as Swing Trading in comparison to Buy and Hold Investing, while buy and hold can be the least amount of work for the investor, it can also result in some serious capital losses due to lack of flexibility. Many times the buy and hold investor will watch nice gains evaporate because they hold.. whereas the swing trader would have closed the position out to lock in the profits. After all is said and done, Swing Trading ends up being the most flexible, and most profitable for a modicum of involvment.


Q:  How risky is Swing Trading?

A:  Thatís like saying... how risky is piloting a 747? Of course, an untrained person would invite disaster trying to fly commercial airliner for the first time with no experience. Yet there are thousands of commercial airline flights every day without incident. Why? Because commercial airline pilots get thoroughly trained before working in the industry. The same holds true for the stock market which is a highly complex environment and is capable of moving quickly in your favor or against you. An untrained person in the market almost invites disaster, while a properly trained trader is capable of safely navigating in and out with very controlled risk.



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