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Trading Tutorials – Stock Trading Basics

Trading tutorials on Stock Trading Basics to get you started in the world of stock trading.

Stock Market Swing Trading Video Course – 13 videos and more than 10 hours of instruction covering stock market basics, how to place orders, how to analyze chart and how to implement two swing trading strategies. It’s everything you need to know to start trading stocks.

How to Day Trade Stocks in 2 Hours or Less – Extensive Guide: Here’s an extensive guide on how to day trade stocks in two hours or less each day, including how to find stocks to day trade, when to day trade, strategies you can use to profit, staying focused and how to work your orders.

What to Focus on As a New Trader (Video) – Forget about trying to learn everything. If you are a new trader you only need to be able to spot a trade (entry, stop, target) a trade setup. This video shows you how to do that. Save yourself a lot of headaches and watch this video.

How to Screen For Strongest Stocks in Strongest Sectors (video) – Swing Trading : How to use free scanners and sites to find the hottest stocks to buy or the top listweakest to sell. As well as how to filter them so you only end up with the stock that match your desired criteria and suit your strategy.

How Much Money Do I Need to Swing Trade Stocks? – Interested in swing trading stocks–taking trades that last one day to a few weeks–and wondering how much money you need to get started? Here’s the answer

Stock Market Basics: What Long and Short Mean – The stock market has its own terminology, and long and short are terms you’ll hear frequently. Here’s what these stock market terms mean, along with explanations and examples of each.

Top Stock Screeners For Day Trading, Swing Trading, and Investing – Here are four of the top stock screeners, and how I use them, to find stocks for day trading, swing trading, and investment.

My Tactical Day Trading Cheat Sheet – This is my tactical day trading cheat sheet. It’s thing I do that make my trading easier and less complicated, so I can focus on what matters: implementing my strategies. Works whether trading stocks, ETFs, forex or futures.

Day Trading With Less Than $25K – Loopholes and Alternatives: To day trade stocks in the US requires maintaining a balance of $25,000 in the day trading account. There are alternatives, though.

How Much Money Can I Make Swing Trading – Here are scenarios for how much money you can make as a swing trader, based on how often you trade, the risk/reward ratio of your trades, and the capital you start with. See scenarios for stocks, forex and futures.

Increase Profits and Cut Your Day Trading Work Load with a High Volatility Stock Screen

How to Get the Most Out of FreeStockCharts.com When You Start Forex (or Stock) Trading – a great, free, real-time charting site you should know about.

Simple Calculation to Predict How Much a Stock Will Move This Month – If you’re a stock or ETF trader, use this simple and quick calculation–using options–to help predict how much a stock is expected to move over a specified period of time.

What “Moves” the Stock Market

Stock Market is Not Physics: Part I – Explains why “trend extrapolation” is a poor tactic for long-term investing. Things change, and investors can’t always bank on things staying the same.

Stock Market is Not Physics: Part II – Explains why the “action-reaction” doesn’t work in the markets. Good economic news doesn’t mean the stock market will rise. In fact it is the stock market that leads economic data.

Stock Market is Not Physics: Part III – Explains why “cause and effect” is not a good model to use when trading or investing. External causes aren’t likely to have the effect on markets you expect.

Stock Market is Not Physics: Part IVIn this article the media is basically torn a new one and Robert Prechter explains why investors and traders should not believe the headlines. Also torn to bits are false financial models that many people invest with (and economists and financial media use) creating a viscous cycle of losses and emotional turmoil.