Swing Trader Guide Review
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So What’s The Swing Trader Guide?
The Swing Trader Guide promises to showcase ugly truths that trading gurus have kept away from regular people till now. The author of the program, Kevin Brown claims to have twenty years of personal trading experience. He offers to his buyers, effective Swing Trading methods to extract profits from markets. He states that 90% of traders lose money by depending sales personnel. Individual analysis and performance is the right key to the trading successes. Brown declares that there are no secrets to trading, just proven principles. The Swing Trader guide provides useful and valuable information and trading tactics that are unknown to many.
To be successful, one needs to have only a brokerage account, Trading capital, Discipline to follow a plan and a proven trading plan. This plan is offered to the buyers at a reasonable cost. The plan is generally information needed to make one a better trader. The author discloses the activity of swing trading, why the methods work and he guarantees positive results. He also professes that Google has ranked his program as No.1 in its searches. Kevin Brown has also authored the Swing Trading page in Wikipedia.
The speculative activity of the Swing Trading market is elaborated in the pages of the product. It includes articles, spreadsheets, PDF files, videos etc. The site provides free chapters sent via mail to anybody and free trading magazines (a copy of Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities) to all buyers. The product may assure of sure-fire ways to become an expert in the Swing Trade market but it has many untold limitations that include the unpredictability of the market.
The plan may not always work as the way different traders think and logically apply their knowledge does vary. In a nutshell, the program is reasonably priced, useful but sometimes capricious.
After I bought the ebook, I was given a link to download a 124meg file. The file contained:
- The full Stock Trader Guide 96 Page ebook.
9 additional bonus ebooks on titled:
- A Basic Trading Course & Advanced Concepts & Tools
- 7 Habits of a Highly Successful Trader
- Trading the 10 O’clock Bulls
- The 1-2-3 Trading Signal
- The Penny Stock Trading System
- Ultimate Trading Systems 2.0
- Day Trading Mind
- The Pocket Book of Economic Indicators
- The E-Book of Technical Market Indicators
A trading calculator and a spreadsheet to help track your trades. There are also some videos that explain how to get the most from these tools.
Now let’s get back to the ebook. I spent a few hours reading it and have to admit it has taught me a few things.
It starts off slow talking about many of the topics on this site such as moving averages, risk management, technical analysis, fundamental analysis and a few things that are not mentioned on this site yet like technical indicators and pivot points. Though as much as I don’t really want to admit it, he has gone into a lot more detail than I have on this site.
As the book continues the author discusses these important topics:
- How to build a watch list of stocks that meet basic trading requirements
- How to identify which stocks are in a trending state
- How to identify good entry points
- How to enter a position at the appropriate price, with the best entry order
- Where to place stops
The author does a very good job of explaining these topics, showing you how to place orders that have a good chance of being successful.
Now i’ll talk a little about the 9 free ebooks included in the price. As these were just “bonus” ebooks, I wasn’t expecting too much. I have to admit though, I was pleasantly surprised, some of them are high quality. The sale pitch claims they are were $230 combined.
This is a fair valuation for them in my opinion. I could give you an overview of each one, but the sales page does a better job than I could.
And now onto the free tools. The ultimate trading calculator is a useful little tool that lets you input data about your entry prices, stops and profit targets. It will then give you a variety of information about your planned trade such as risk/reward ratio, potential profit and equity at risk.
The second tool is an excel spreadsheet that lets you enter your trades to help you keep track of your winners and losers. This tool can be useful for analysing your trading results. Don’t worry if you don’t have Microsoft Excel, it runs fine on openoffice that can be downloaded free.
I started the review of by talking about the claim of being the “definitive guide”. Do I feel it is definitive, in a word no. However, that said, I like Swing Trader Guide and do feel it is worth the money. I also like the ironclad money back guarantee.
If you are a beginner to intermediate trader, the ebook will probably teach you a lot and should improve your trading results. There is also a lot of bonus content and there’s the trading tools. So for these reasons I have to conclude it is worth the $97.