Full Swing Stocks
Technology combined with professional traders to give you the simplest platform for capitalizing on short term momentum.
Easy Swing Trading
- Complete trade set up
- Open for up to a few weeks
- Each trade managed individually
- Philosophy: Take what the market gives
Keeping You Up to the Minute
- Email, Push and Text Notification
- New trades
- Where to set SmartStop
- When to take profits
- Total transparency on performance
- Track house trade performance
- Track your own trades with real-time P&L
- View all closed trades
Unique System for Trading
- Sophisticated algorithms select candidate stocks
- Experienced analysts choose from candidate lists
- No "dumb" rules. Each trade managed independently
- Trade Page with charts, technicals and news on every trade
See How it Works
Full Swing Stocks is simple. See how it works in this two minute video and how it can make swing trading easy for you.
What Is Swing Trading?
Swing trading involves holding a stock for a few days to a few weeks. A holding period from one to four weeks is quite typical for Full Swing Stocks. Our philosophy is to take what the market gives so we don’t use simple rules about the duration of individual trades. Each trade is managed independently as the underlying technical data vary from company to company and sector to sector.
Full Swing Stocks: Performance
From January 26, 2017 to March 31, 2018 the Full Swing Stocks portfolio has a simple return of 23.43%. With gains reinvested, the return is 25.33%.
Inclusive of trades that closed at a loss, $10,000 invested equally in the trades over 15 months would now be $12,343. ($12,533 with gains reinvested)
The Hybrid System does not pick winning trades 100% of the time but it keeps losses on individual trades to a minimum while winners are managed to maximize profits.
To see the entire trade history of the Full Swing portfolio, feel free to visit the House Closed Trade page.
Full Swing Stocks: How it Works
Notifications For Every Step
Full Swing Stocks members receive a New Trade Alert when a new trade is opened. A SmartStop is issued with each New Trade Alert. A Raise SmartStop alert is sent when SmartStops are raised. An Exit Trade Alert is sent when positions are closed. Each trade also comes with Analyst Commentary explaining the rationale behind the trade.
At the time Full Swing Stocks opens a new position, it also provides a SmartStop. On subsequent days, the SmartStop is raised to further decrease the risk on that trade. When the trade begins to perform, SmartStop advances the stop to protect profits.
SmartStop allows you to consistently book profits that exceed those of competitive services. Once your trade is profitable, we see no reason to let the market take those profits away. SmartStop Alerts keep rising until our Hybrid System indicates it's time to take the profits and sell the stock.
Our aim to have 6-8 trades in House Open Trades. Because Full Swing Stocks is continually locking in profits on positions held for short periods of time, we will at times have fewer trades than others. When this happens you can be sure that our Hybrid System is on the hunt for new trades.
At-A-Glance Performance Insights
As you select trades from House Open Trades, they'll be added to My Open Trades. Each time you login to your personalized homepage, you’ll see a complete P&L on each trade and a Portfolio Summary of your open trades. Your sector diversification will be displayed in a pie chart.
The Hybrid System only considers stocks that: 1) Trade on the major exchanges 2) Have a price over $12 and 3) Have average volume of at least 500,000 trades a day
Market Adaptive Strategies
Full Swing Stocks is flexible. Every kind of market presents opportunities and the Hybrid System is designed to find them. Most Full Swing trades are long but from time-to-time going "short" presents great opportunities. The Full Swing Stocks philosophy is to take what the market is giving.
Why We Don’t Use Zones or Targets
Most services limit your gains by setting a zone or "target". Full Swing Stocks does not limit gains by setting a target exit price based on a specific percent. It uses a combination of sound trading tactics and sophisticated profit-taking algorithms to establish the optimum exit for each trade. Also, by managing the SmartStop we never give back profit once earned.
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