Swing Trading Indicators In Indian Stock Market
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With stock screening, your goal is to quickly sort through thousands of stocks using a set of technical criteria and end up with a list of 20 or 25 candidates. You then try to narrow that list down to three or four candidates by scanning the charts for possible entries. Swing traders tend to hold a stock for a few days to a few weeks. For the screening step, I could start with a few basic criteria such as market capitalization or price. If I never trade stocks priced over 0, for instance, I could rule them out right away.
Next, as a top-down trader, I need to include the strong sector and industry groups if I want to go long, or the weak ones if I want to go short. For technical criteria I want strong, uptrending stocks for my potential buys and weak downtrending stocks for my shorts.
I want to trade with the trend in my time frame. Moving averages are trend-following indicators that smooth out the day-to-day price movements to give you a sense of the trend. They can also act as support and resistance levels. A simple moving average is calculated by averaging the closing prices over a period of time giving equal weight to each close.
For the longs, I will require that the stock be above its day moving average and that its day moving average be above its day moving average. Now I need to go on to step two, scanning the charts of the candidates generated from my screen and looking for stocks setting up with good entries.
There are two main entry strategies for swing trading: For breakouts on longs, I am looking to enter on the first new high, or maybe the second after the stock has traded sideways for a few days. For breakouts on shorts, I am looking to enter on the first or second new low after a few days of sideways movement. With the pullback strategy, I want the stock to correct for a few days in the direction opposite the trend, then buy into that short-term weakness on the longs and sell into that short-term strength on the shorts.
For the last step, the trade setup, I need to more closely examine the charts of the stocks that passed step two and pick the one stock I will trade the next day. To help me decide I am going to use price patterns, volume, moving averages and one additional tool, the stochastic oscillator.
When a stock is in a trading range and the stochastics values move into the overbought or oversold, you should be looking for a price reversal. This is especially true when the fast line is crossing from below to above the slow line for an upward reversal and from above to below for a downward reversal.
In an uptrending market for example, the oscillator can reach overbought and stay there for extended periods as the stock works its way higher. When evaluating pullbacks, I am looking for signs that the pullback is simply a pullback and not a reversal. Although you can never know for sure, chances of a reversal are diminished if the stock has pulled back to a support level, such as a moving average or old low. Both stocks A and B have pulled back and held their day moving averages.
So far, so good. Now, look at the last trading day for each. Stock A was unable to trade above its previous day high either on an intraday or closing basis. Also, it closed about where it opened and did so in the middle of a narrow range, all signs that buyers lacked conviction. On the positive side, the volume was relatively light. Heavy volume when the stock moves in the opposite direction of the trend can be a danger signal. The last trading day on stock B tells a different story.
Note also that it had a wide-range day with a close near the top. These are all signs that the buyers have gained control and that the pullback could be over, especially since this price action was achieved on higher than average volume. Stock B, then looks like the stronger candidate for the next day. Instead, look for markets that are moving and be willing to go short as well as long.
Finally, and perhaps most importantly, you need to be disciplined. Keep your losses small and live to trade another day. Schwab does not recommend the use of technical analysis as a sole means of investment research. The information here is for general informational purposes only and should not be considered an individualized recommendation or endorsement of any particular security, chart pattern or investment strategy.
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