Swing Trading

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Swing Trading

Refers to a type of short term (one day to a couple of weeks) trading, triggered by technical analysis, for example, momentum. Swing trading is distinguished by the notion thatthe trades are executed while the assets is moving in upward or downward momentum. That is, you are riding the >momentum.
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In reality, momentum trading, with traders chasing ever-rising prices, was an important contributor to the rise in oil prices between January and May.
Moreover, momentum trading (buying when markets rally and selling when markets are going lower) has probably hurt more than it has profited investors, due to the extent of the moves and the fear to re-initiate a position too early, whil e the long volatility trade is most likely also over.
We wanted to maintain the purity of momentum trading.
Momentum trading led to investors chasing small and mid-cap stocks in the UAE stock exchanges, as investor confidence soared over speculation that the oil price had bottomed out.
Momentum trading led to investors chasing small- and mid-cap stocks in the UAE stock exchanges, as investor confidence soared over speculation that the oil price had bottomed out.
In Momentum Trading, Return Chasing, and Predictable Crashes, (NBER Working Paper No.
Gagari Chakrabarti explores the extent to which there have been profitable time-series momentum trading strategies in global stock markets over the periods before, during, and after the financial crisis.
The downward dynamic reflects uncertainty but also momentum trading as many people take short bets.
Momentum trading is an investment strategy that aims to capitalize on the continuance of existing trends in the market.
Lately, the markets have seen a rise in retail buying and selling on the back of some strong results reported by companies and also, some speculation on stocks that have seen increased momentum trading.
Crude oil also lost ground amid cross-commodity and equity market herd behavior as momentum trading led to a selloff that sent commodities, such as gold and silver, plunging by record levels," OPEC argued.
com)-- Garrett Nenner, Managing Director, Momentum Trading Partners, is featured Keynote Speaker at Golden Networking's Derivatives Leaders Forum 2010 DVD Video Package, "Strategies for Increasing Profits under an Evolving Regulatory Framework" (http://www.