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dmyy2k



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PostPosted: Mon Sep 27, 2004 4:52 am    Post subject: Swing trading setup Reply with quote

I am very keen on various swing trade setups.
Appreciate if guys here could share some experience setup in plain english . I will setup accordingly for my trading software.

I am keen to know other Swing trade setup beside the below
e.g. from various master swing trader e.g.by Alan S. Farley etc
http:/www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/search-handle-form/102-3606180-8352131

Here is the example I have
eg. LarrySwing
http:/scientifictrader.com/larryswing.htm
entry criteria for a long swing trade are as follows
1. The 20-day moving average volume must be 500,000 shares. (changed to 100,000 shares)
2. The close must be at least $12 per share (changed to $0.05)
3. The close must be above the Simple Moving Average (10-day) and SMA (20)
4. Today's high must be lower than yesterday's high. Yesterday's high must be lower than the previous day.
5. Alexandra Force3 must be less than 0 and Force12 greater than 0
6. ADX(20-day) must be above 30 level


Thank you and appreciate
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candlestick1
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 27, 2004 9:29 am    Post subject: stock market investing guide for swing trading Reply with quote

My stock market investing guide for swing trading is simple, stochastics below 20, oversold positions, or above 80 for shorting. My stock market investing guide for prices is that I want stocks greater than $5.00 per share, that is because most firms will not margin stocks less than $5.00. Knowing that when I put on a trade, I have all the probabilities in my favor, I want to be able to get as much leverage as possible. Finally, I want stocks trading more than 200,000 shares a day for liquidity purposes. Using these stock market investing guides for setting up my scans has worked very effectively for me over the past 15 years. They can be easily applied to any software scanning program.
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Ron
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 27, 2004 10:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes, I agree stocks less than $5 have margin problems. Also heard they can be manipulated. What about high price stocks (RIMM, EBAY)--any disadvantage with trading stocks over $50?
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 27, 2004 11:37 pm    Post subject: high priced stocks Reply with quote

nothing wrong with high priced stocks, they move just as well with candlestick signals. just make sure that the volume warrants a liquid entry and exit
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