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  1. #1
    Runner Guest

    Default Runner's Rascals

    Open discussion for Swing Trading.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2003


    OK...I'll start with my definition of Swing Trading: A trading strategy that seeks to create gains by holding positions for two days to one week.

    Mostly I would consider short term Group movement whereas in daytrading I put more emphasis on news...IIC
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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2003
    Hastings, NE

    Default Sell Offs

    If I have this right LOW could be considered a swing trade here in the next couple of days. Has sold off for about a week and a half and support should be reappearing. Todays move could be considered as base for furture growth.===>M.E.A.
    GO BIG RED!!!!!

  4. #4
    Runner Guest


    Mea 1956, LOW looks pretty good still with-in buy range. One could look for a possible entry around 56.55. Id set stop at yesterdays low, nice pick.


  5. #5
    Runner Guest


    I have a little different definition to swing trading. Mainly my time frame is from a day up to 4 weeks. When one gets running well, Ill trail it until stopped out. One may capture more profits this way. I have a little ranking system.

    I use to love to play baseball when I was a kid. My coach use to say, Stop swing for the fence and just get a base hit. Having thought about this I can see how one may implement this into trading.

    3-5% Base hit
    6-10% Double
    11-15% triple
    +16% Home run

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    Ok Runner....looks like a good thread. I hope to see you on "Page One" for a long time to come!

    I am HUGE! Bring me your finest meats and cheeses.

    - $$$MR. MARKET$$$

  7. #7
    Runner Guest


    Mea, nice call on LOW

  8. #8
    Michaelk005 Guest


    Look at swinging DROOY from its close today at $1.59 should get 5%-7 out of it by mon.

  9. #9
    Runner Guest


    Eyeing CNLG,PWAV,


  10. #10
    Runner Guest


    Market update

    http://stockcharts.com/candleglance?$NYA,$COMPQ,$XAX,$INDU,$TRAN,$UTIL,$S PX,$MID,$SML,$RUT,$WLSH,$VLE

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