New Book Reveals Simple Swing Trading Strategy for the Average Investor

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A just released book, Â?Short Swing TradingÂ? by David Graeme-Smith reveals how people can make a steady, predictable monthly income swing trading stocks and indices. Â?I developed this Swing Trading Strategy with the average investor in mind.Â? says Smith Â?ItÂ?s a complete Â?paint by numbersÂ? approach to remove all emotional decisions using a low risk strategy.Â?

“Like many traders, I spent three years struggling to find a strategy that really works. I read dozens of books, tried numerous indicators and chart patterns and would always watch a profitable few weeks be wiped out over the following few days or weeks and end in a net loss for the month. I knew that there was a winning formula in there somewhere to produce consistent profits in all market conditions. I just had to keep researching and testing. Eventually, after three years, I found it, and like all things that work, it really is simple to use.” Read more

The Short Swing Trading Strategy is designed to react quickly to a changing market. The strategy does not rely on a strongly trending market but capitalises on short profitable movements in a share's price. Trades last a few days to a few weeks with the average trade lasting around 8 working days. The Short Swing Trading Strategy is based on just 6 trading rules. Stop losses ensure that the risk is always kept to a minimum and unlike most published strategies, you are told exactly where to place your stops to control the initial risk and then lock in early profits. “A good trading system is much more about consistent results than a big profit followed by a big loss. It's about making money in various market conditions. The Short Swing Trading Strategy is designed to react quickly to a changing market.” says Smith.

Along with the book Mr Smith offers a members area on his website where he offers continual trading support, back testing results and updated watch lists of the best shares to trade with his strategy.

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