Swing trading is all about riding the momentum of brief price changes in trending stocks. Although it can be risky, swing trading is popular for a reason, and Swing Trading For Dummies, 2nd Edition, will show you how to manage the risk and navigate the latest markets to succeed at this lucrative trading strategy.
swing-trading-industry-group Most securities in the technology industry fell in unison in late 2018 given high valuations and fears of an economic recession. The industry group in which you trade is more important to your success or failure than which company you pick in that industry group.
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A typical swing trading plan will aim for a 1-5 day hold, though it is not uncommon to see someone hold for multiple weeks or a month. Swing trading gives you the potential to capture large range explosive moves or "breakouts" over a short time frame. This can be perfect for the part-time trader or full-time trader.
Swing Trading for Dummies This book represents a great option for the novice trader. As with all offerings in the "dummies" series, it presents the fundamentals of swing trading in a concise, easy-to-read format. Though it covers the essentials in simple terms, experienced traders will still find useful tidbits throughout.
About the Author Ann C. Logue is the author of Hedge Funds for Dummies (Wiley, 2006). She has written for Barron's, The New York Times, Newsweek Japan, Wealth Manager, and the International Monetary Fund.She is a lecturer at the Liautaud Graduate School of Business at the University of Illinois at Chicago.