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Swing trading involves holding a position either long or short for more than one trading session, but usually not longer than several weeks or a couple months.

Successful swing traders are only looking to capture a chunk of the expected price move, and then move on to the next opportunity.

Swing Trading Pros

  • Requires less time to trade than day trading
  • Maximizes short-term profit potential by capturing the bulk of market swings
  • Traders can rely exclusively on technical analysis, simplifying the trading process

Swing Trading Cons

  • Trade positions are subject to overnight and weekend market risk
  • Abrupt market reversals can result in substantial losses
  • Swing traders often miss longer-term trends in favor of short-term market moves



Is swing trading right for you?

If you agree to any of the following points then swing trading might be perfect for you!

Have a full-time job? Don't have hours every day to research stocks and read charts?

Swing traders typically trade 2-3 stocks per week, providing a secondary income for those will full time jobs. Let us find the right stocks to trade!

Do you have less than 25,000 to trade? Can't stomach the high risk/reward of Day Trading?

Swing Traders hold positions from a few days to a few weeks and always have proper risk management to limit downside.

Key features of services

2-3 stock per week
Provide Buying or Selling Range of stock
Perform trade without leverage (limit)
Strong technical trading process
Always perform high volume trade
Get Instant SMS Updates

Swing Trading Past Performance

Month of Recommendation Stock Name Entry Price Exit Price/CMP Gain/Loss Holding Period Comments
Jul 2018 YESBANK 185.00 200.00 15.00 8 Days Profit