I have not always traded perfectly. As a matter of fact, I’ve made more mistakes than I’d like to remember.
In the true spirit of education, I’ve disclosed and blogged all my mistakes, even if it was bad for my business.
Through these difficult experiences I’ve become a better trader and teacher.
Through these difficult experiences I’ve earned the trust of my clients.
- In January I made $26,364 swing trading.
- In February I made $26,720 swing trading.
- In March I made $24,230 swing trading.
- In April I made $16,970 swing trading.
- In May I made $26,992 swing trading.
Definition of ‘Swing Trading’
A style of trading that attempts to capture gains in a stock within one to four days. Swing traders use technical analysis to look for stocks with short-term price momentum. These traders aren’t interested in the fundamental or intrinsic value of stocks, but rather in their price trends and patterns.
Investopedia explains ‘Swing Trading’
To find situations in which a stock has the extraordinary potential to move in such a short time frame, the trader must act quickly. Therefore, swing trading is mainly used by at-home and day traders. Large institutions trade in sizes too big to move in and out of stocks quickly. The individual trader is able to exploit such short-term stock movements without having to compete with the major traders.
I can teach you what I’ve done wrong, how to avoid it and how to beat Wall Street. Can you count on me? Yes.
Jason- Though I plan on joining you at some point in the not too distant future, I am very glad you actually wrote a piece on the whole issue of trust when it come to buying into an opportunity like yours, or for that matter, most of what you find online asking for your money and membership. I don’t think the importance of this issue can be understated.