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Trading Tutorials – Stock Trading Strategies

Trading tutorials focused on actual stock trading strategies. Use them, alter them or build on them to suit your individual preferences.

Stock Trading Strategies

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, top listtarget) a trade setup. This video shows you how to do that. Save yourself a lot of headaches and watch this video.

The Strong Trend Reversal Trading Strategy – There are a lot of reversal strategies, but there is one that I really like, and that is the Strong Trend Reversal Strategy. It works on any time frame and in all markets I trade (stocks, forex, futures). The strategy combines the concepts of trends and velocity/magnitude, which are key ingredients for analyzing price action.

Time-of-Day Stock Market Patterns – When Prices Tend to Trend and Reverse: The stock market has time-based tendencies throughout the day. These intraday patterns have been playing out for years. The tendencies let us know at what time (area) the trend typically reverses, or at least tends to have a significant pullback, so we can be on the lookout for that. The time of day patterns also let us know when volatility tends to increase and subside, which affects the quality of the trading opportunities during those periods.

Trend Trading: How to Spot Trading Opportunities – You can consistently catch trend trades by understanding how trends work and developing trade triggers. Here’s how to spot trading opportunities.

How to Find Good Dividend Stocks to Invest In – A simple strategy for investing in high yield dividend stocks.

The Daily Range Day Trading Strategy  – Capture a large chunk of the average daily range of a stock with this strategy.

Four Consistent Ways to Take Profits When Trading (Exit Strategies) – Learn these four different exit methods for profitable trades. Utilize the one that works best for your trading style. Having an exit strategy improves trading consistency and profitability.

How to Determine the Proper Position Size When Trading – Any Trade, Any Market: Position size is how many shares you take on a stock trade, how many contracts you take on a futures trade, or how many lots you trade in the forex market. Position size is not randomly chosen, nor based on how convinced you are a trade will work out. Rather, position size is determined by a simple mathematical formula which helps control risk and maximize returns on the risk taken.

Predict Chart Pattern Breakout Direction for Lower Risk Trades – A non-traditional approach to trading charts patterns. It requires skill in being able to read the market, but provides a better entry price–providing lower risk and greater profit potential.

Truncated Price Swing Trading Strategy for Stocks or Forex – The following day trading strategy for stocks and forex works best near a market open. I call the trading strategy the Truncated Price Swing.

Day Trade Trending Strategy – A simple and highly effective day trade trending strategy that gets you into trend trades, but keeps you out when the market isn’t trending.

Isolating Longer-Term Swing Trades In the Stock Market – Swing trading is about taking trades that align with a solid strategy and that have a good risk/reward ratio, but swing trading is also about perspective. You can zoom out on a chart and a get a much different perspective, just as you gain a different perspective by zooming in.