Choosing Swing Trading over Day Trading

Take Advantage of Swing Trades

Arguably, the most common trading types are day trading and swing trading. However, swing trading has proven to be the better of the two.

Larger Profit Potential

Unlike day trades, the time frame for swing trades is larger. Rather than make a small profit from trading by the minutes, swing trades allow for a larger profit.

Less Trades

As its name suggest, day trades require at least one trade per day. Swing trades are placed every two or three weeks, making them more manageable and less stressful.

Less Time Consuming

Day trading has proven to be difficult for people with day time jobs. With swing trading, a person can invest in stocks, while easily maintaining a full-time job because trades do not need to be constantly monitored.

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