Swing Trade Setups and How to Find Them | Swing Trading Days to Weeks

Swing Trade Setups and How to Find Them | Swing Trading Days to Weeks

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good afternoon everyone john mcnichol here and welcome to swing trading days to weeks what we'll do is we'll take a look at some short-term swing setups do some practice trades and then we'll also show you on how to find some of these swing setups utilizing the thinkorswim platform so stick around all right well hey it's great to see everyone that's live with us today such as vj sebastian alfred bill giles mary mike krishna todd we got robert bill peter and everyone else there mr james boyd is helping out with us on the chat here today do appreciate him he'll answer any questions that i am unable to get to and a special shout out for those of you listening to the archive session uh and we appreciate that support each and every week if you wish to follow me you can see my twitter handle on the screen at j mcnichol underscore tda it's a great way to learn more about your coaches and instructors as well as learn a little more about the markets there hope you had a great labor day weekend as well as we're in a a bit of a shorter trading week let's go and take care of disclosures folks and we'll get right into our discussion here today the content is intended for educational information purposes only non-investment advice or a recommendation of any security strategy or account type options not suitable for all investors spread straddles though the motel adoption strategies often involve greater more complex risk in single-leg option trades transaction costs are important factors should be considered when evaluating any trade and you're encouraged to practice what you learn here today with tools such as the paper money software that software application is for educational purposes and successful virtual trading during one time period does not guarantee successful investing of actual funds during later time periods market conditions change continuously make note when it does come to options as far as the risks whether they are long or short option positions and while this webcast may discuss technical analysis other approaches include fundamental analysis may assert very different views in order to demonstrate the functionality of the platform we're looking at actual symbols keep in mind titty ameritrade does not make recommendations or term suitability of any security or strategy for individual traders any investment decision you make in your self-directed account is solely your responsibility and also keep in mind a stop-loss order will not guarantee an execution at or near an activation price once activated they compete with other income and market orders uh there's a brief bio for those of you that may be new to this webcast if you are new uh please go ahead and say hi let give you a welcome as uh you're starting a a new journey uh after uh officially the end of summer as we work our way in the last quarter of the year let's go and talk about our agenda here folks we'll focus on some bullish swing setups we've done some bearish swing setups in the past if you look at some of our previous webcasts that i've done uh we'll go ahead and we'll do a practice trade uh first uh and then we'll talk about finding some swing setups and we'll probably have some time to do another practice trade as well so let's well further ado go to the thinkorswim platform and you know looking at the market uh uh market has been in a little bit of negative territory but knows coming off the lows as prices have been making higher lows as well as higher highs from an intraday high last week on the s p looking at the nasdaq nasdaq actually making a high today notes kind of the characteristics of the nasdaq basically breaking out of what's referred to as a bull flag pattern this is actually a common setup for swing trades basically trading off bounces off of lows trading up to highs looking for other opportunities as prices pull back and looking to try and capture it additional swings and right now question mark with this bounce as prices are trading above the high the low day and if it stays above that high commonly referred to as a cohold i know a common technique that mr james boyd teaches in his class there as well as what we teach in our technical analysis course and our webcast workshops okay signifying a potential bounce and traders may go back and measure that previous swing going from a swing low to a swing high and i kind of generalize that a little bit let's try that again swing low to a swing high and with the idea being that that price action may make a similar move if we go to the low of that pattern and if prices make another successful swing you know at least taken out a previous high which it did and possibly trade to those next levels and we can apply that same principle on individual stocks as well as we look at the russell russell pulling back a little negative but again notice the characteristics now the trend of the nasdaq has been much more sideways but nevertheless there can be swings up and down in that sideways move uh you can kind of get a glimpse of this previously as far as from the low to a high kind of a little more mid channel on the russell those prices pulling back in this case only over about a day day and a half and then prices trading and certainly closing above the high of that low day if i go ahead and take this previous swing right click on that do a duplicate line go ahead and go to that higher low that would be a potential target for that swing now those prices have quite made it to that area there about halfway if we kind of zoom out a little bit notice there's a bit of confluence with that price target and some previous highs that are in the russell okay now mary asked the question as a swing trader is there a could blow do you sell immediately or wait for confirmation two to three days so the kablood uh in this example would be identifying a high day the low of the high day and here with the russell potentially although we have about an hour left uh if prices are closing below the low of the high day that would potentially be the end of this particular swing traders may look for another re-entry for another swing so the idea is on the kablood is that being a potential exit for that swing trade so good observation there mary as far as bringing it up if one waited uh to quote two to three days you know keep in mind as far as time frame uh this is a trade that may be days to weeks the trade itself may only last several days and if one is looking for more confirmation of that swing failing well one can see potentially most of those gains go away okay uh now if one was looking at weekly charts you know looking at things more of a you know a longer term uh you know they may use filters over a course of several days or you know in some cases a week if they're even longer term a week or two but this since this class is days to weeks we're focusing on a much shorter term all right let's go and talk about some of the stock setups we'll take a look at today and then do some practice trades and show you how to find some of these let's see let's start off with bac bank of america now yields have ticked up a little bit so we are seeing a little bounce on bank of america and knows as far as the trend price making higher highs and higher lows now for those of you that may struggle on identifying some of these highs and lows that may be in the trend a useful tool that i've utilized and shared with students is up here at the top under patterns we're going to go ahead and click on the patterns tool we'll hit show patterns then we're going to go to select patterns once we're there we're going to go ahead and take a look uh under the candlestick tab and once they're under the candlestick tab we're gonna bring up williams fractal in fact i don't even have to finish typing will and that actually comes up during alphabetical order there i'm going to go ahead and click on that and add that indicator the default settings are fine we'll click apply and ok and this can help you potentially isolate previous swings that are in the trend as it attempts to identify major candle reversals in the trend basically those ca holds and cables the holds being the bounces off support the kablod's bnd bounces off resistance now don't treat this as a real-time indicator as it will lag as an example uh and actually looks like it did appear today as prices uh reversed above the high of the low day but usually a lag by about a day so you can see that you know we have higher lows some traders may even kind of connect the dots as i've uh amusingly talked about my granddaughter being able to connect the dots i think we can do the same thing on identifying support you know knows a bit of confluence with a 55-day moving average that i have here and then we can see an example of a cohold uh a low day or a follow-up day uh don't cancel out harami's or inside days can be a precursor to a kaholt as we're seeing here on bank of america now prices had backed off a little bit above the high but as far as a bounce a swing trader may look to enter on that bounce and at the very least target a previous high for a relatively shorter term move and or look at a previous swing and here we go we can utilize the kind of the fractals as a bit of a guide we'll go to the drawing tools take that little diagonal line draw from swing low to swing high and then we can whether right click and activate that drawing or do a duplicate one if we want to do a second line and then go ahead and move that to that level and then we can see here as far as potential target uh looking at we use a horizontal line for that right there at that level now some traders may consider uh well where a stop may be placed if they're utilizing a stop well we can look at the low of that swing and set it a percentage or a dollar amount below that level first we'll identify the low and once we highlight that bar we should be able to see it up at the top so there's the low of 40.64 cents we'll go up to the gadgets in the upper left let's switch that gadget to a calculator use computers calculator and we'll take that price level uh 40 dollars and 64 cents four zero point six four multiply by point nine nine that will be a stop that would be one percent below that low so that'd be forty dollars and twenty three cents so we'll go ahead and uh mark that on the chart here utilize the horizontal line we can right click on that line edit the properties we can put in that exact level we'd like we can go ahead and change the color around to represent what may be an attended stop price and then we also have that potential target price as well so with that we can actually put in an order to enter i'm just going to show you kind of close to the current price we can also get an idea of potential risk as far as with the trade keep in mind if we have a stop at forty dollars and twenty three cents there's no guarantee it'll fill at that price once it hits that trigger price it'll compete against other income and market orders could be lower it could be a little bit higher uh but typically could be lower and if there's gap risk uh that stop could be a bit lower than anticipated okay all right so we got a lot of the numbers there uh theoretically one can also look at the difference between the entry price and the stock price as a risk per share in this case that's about a buck about a buck 30. buck 30 and change whereas the reward is about two dollars so it's a little more than a one to one reward some traders may look for a greater reward for that amount of risk let's go ahead and do this as a potential example here so we can go ahead and right click on the chart do a buy custom with oco bracket that'll enable us to place the order with both the entry uh as well as the potential exits uh so what i'll do is i'll just uh unlock the current price since we already have a hold at least that can potentially fade but we're going to do this for illustrative example some traders you know may wait to see if it's doing this in the last you know half hour 20 minutes of trading other traders may just look to enter as soon as the price trades above that area particularly if there's a longer range day may be able to capture that momentum but we'll go ahead and look at you know at or near the current price as far as the sell orders we're going to change the time and force of these to gtc good till cancel and then we have the limit order which is the upside target the better price as far as selling and then we have the stop which would be the lower price on a bullish trade which was at around that 40 dollars 23. so we can go ahead and plug those prices in 43.56 and for the stop four zero point two three we'll hit enter and then we can do a confirm and send that's where we can double check as far as the order being placed uh starting off with 100 shares here there's potential entry there's a target there's the potential stop uh the amount of equity that's being tied up so consideration for that as far as the size of the account uh i think this account's a little over 420 thousand so that's about one percent allocation you know if i wanted to allocate you know upwards of three to five percent may be able to invest more and keep in mind as far as potential trade risk in this case uh being about a buck thirty you know let's say i wanted to uh risk about five hundred dollars based off of that stop well should be able to do close to 500 shares correction let's do 300.

you'll typically see a chain link here if you click on that should make sure that your sell orders match that when i do the confirm and send you can see that i'm allocating about twelve thousand four sixty four into the trade and if i was to be stopped out at that level the risk would be somewhere a little shy of about 400 dollars okay so position size some risk management we'll go in we'll click send and notice we have a fill here now as far as profit management uh one way of looking at this is looking at the distance uh to that target okay now not a a large target here but the price makes half its move and or possibly takes out that previous high consideration is to think about stop adjustment now last week i believe and actually for the previous two weeks we had talked about trail and stops and where if price hits a certain level one may utilize a trail and stop so if the price keeps going higher the stop will kind of follow it and then if the price reverses would go ahead and stop you out i'll go ahead and actually put a link to last week's and probably uh the previous weeks i'll put the last week's actually right here you should be able to see that at the top here for a few seconds there and then i'll put the other session on the end you'll see an end card for a previous session on trail and stops and you can always go to the education tab and look for john mcnichol there in the archive and see some of those sessions there so what we can do is if the price does go above a certain area we can even put a price alert you know i can right click anywhere on the chart about halfway create an alert and go ahead and put in a note as we go ahead and bring that up do a question mark there and say hey if the stock goes at or above that level uh go ahead and alert and possibly be a driver to take some action and then uh if you have a stock trade you know even on the chart we can actually go ahead and just slide you know that up to you know at least a break even to reduce the risk on the trade you know maybe a little bit more to offset for any commissions there and then weather a and let me go ahead and just remove that so we're not adjusting it right now and then possibly with the other order uh is whether uh leave that alone or if one's going to institute a trail and stop you can actually cancel that and turn a regular stop into a trail and stop which we've done in some of the previous sessions all right so there's an example of a swing trade we had a swing trade last week and this is where uh things were too successful uh too quick too quickly and as far as the argument for trailing stops we did uh ccj camco uranium stock on a breakout and we had just targeted that previous resistance and within two days price went and hit that level and the reason why it happened too quick was it's usually around this point uh around halfway may consider turning it into a trail and stop well this actually went ahead and just rocketed to that previous high before i had a chance to go ahead and adjust to a trail and stop if we were able to do that using something like a parabolic sar uh we could have still potentially have been in that trade okay but just kind of showing you how momentum uh can show itself and be a lot a lot stronger and some traders may anticipate okay now i was looking at some of the questions there uh you know how does a trail and stop work when based off of a percentage well the idea here is if if i went ahead and let's say we came back to bank of america where we currently just have a regular stop order if i wanted to right click and do a cancel and replace you can go ahead and make it a trail and stop and you can go ahead and trail it by a a dollar amount you know if one wanted to trail it by you know let's say a dollar you know depending on the stock price you can do that uh if you want to do it by a percentage there is a little drop down here and you can go ahead and trail it by percentage that'd be a percentage off the current price and that stop would adjust or trail it by that percentage it would never come down it would only trail up if the price comes down within that percentage it'll go ahead and stop it out now again uh based off the previous sessions we had actually used conditional orders by doing market gtc's going into the gear and utilizing a study and when you look at those previous sessions i've done we did examples based off of a simple parabolic sar we've done it based off of the atr trail and stop which is another indicator we utilized so again i'll defer you to those sessions as an example one stock that i believe in our portfolio let's see if i can go ahead and practice portfolio here carmax which is another one we i believe we did last week as far as a put not doing as well on this example notice there is a sell order in here and if i go ahead and click on that one can see that with a gear on that is telling you that there is some indicator or condition that it's being tied to and if i go ahead and let's say we bring up that order have to see which one is which here yeah this is the one here where uh basically utilized a study and that study if i go ahead and do the edit it was actually showing on the screen here too is the atr was utilizing an atr trailing stop and if the close is greater than that atr trail and stop it'll go ahead and close that now why are we still in that trade as an example well if we go ahead and look at that indicator we can go to the chart and we'll bring up uh carmax and this was looking at a bearish swing to the downside notice uh previous swings down price is kind of flagged up uh we got a a cobload but notice yeah price is kind of a little more neutral hasn't broken to the upside to stop us out nor has it necessarily traded down to its target okay uh if i go ahead and take a look uh at the studies edit studies we'll go ahead and add atr trail and stop these are the default settings if you joined this last week we actually modified these if i click on the gear for that indicator we're using for an example of a 14 period and i believe i trailed it by 1.5 times if i go ahead and apply this you can see there's where the atr currently is so if the price goes above that it'll stop if it reverses and the atr goes below it'll also close it out if the price goes ahead and drops then this atr should adjust down with that stop so again notice in the discussion you know as far as utilizing trailing stops whether it's a swing trade or a trend trade i've been very clear for anyone who's following me talk about trailing stops on when to potentially use them and this is whether it's a swing trade or a trend trade a consideration is are you prepared uh to sell that stock and are you willing to give up a little bit of that gain to potentially see a greater gain so you'll typically see me not as examples set trail and stops on the initial trade is not to put it in until it's had a favorable move at least half of its move okay or instead of having a limit order at the target maybe have an alert at the target and once it hits your price target then put in a trail and stop to see if prices continue going again there's pros and cons for any of these and it does require a few moving parts so a few considerations there all right let's go ahead and look at one other setup and we'll finish off with showing on you know how did we find some of these examples so let's go ahead and bring up let's bring up another example i was looking at a few of these you may have noticed caesar actually tweeted about a few the game in stocks on saturday night uh another great reason to kind of follow on twitter uh you know not recommendations but you know just showing uh you know different stocks from other formats that i teach and you can also see some of my cooking habits there my my first crack at a a reverse sear uh tri-tip i'll give myself an eight on this one uh you know got a little little gray around there on the sides you know trying to get that red as close to the edge there uh but turned out pretty tasty but uh going back to uh saturday a couple of charts as uh me and the missus found ourselves uh on the state line between nevada and uh and uh utah there and you know a couple of uh stocks as far as gaming stocks that you have been demonstrating some bullish reversals uh others possibly continuing a bullish reversal and uh caesar was one of those examples along with when if we go ahead and uh take a look at scissors we can see you know that downward trend a common technique i know james talks about those diagonal breaks of resistance price action transitioning from lower lows to higher lows or in this case higher highs we talk more about reversals and breakouts tomorrow in our technically speaking class and uh notice we're seeing a push out of another little flag okay uh basically another example of a hole this one actually took a a couple of days but there's a low day maybe even had to close above the high the low day on thursday but certainly today price break and above that uh we go ahead and we take a look at when w-y-n-n okay we're actually breaking out a resistance at a kind of more of a a double bottom or an inverse head and shoulders okay so i'll let the group decide uh should we do a practice trade on when or caesar's let's get a little participation here in the class and certainly enjoy us joy of being here with us and and uh thankful for james for helping out with us on the on the chat yes as was mentioned if trading doesn't work out i can become a chef or at least i can prepare for my slow down and my retirement years uh as far as you know continuing some good home cooking there and whether i'm hunting and grazing around the local winco or hunting and grazing up in the in the mountains there either way i should be able to take care of myself alright looks like the vote is for win so awesome thanks for your participation on that folks and again this is a practice example not a recommendation or endorsement of any stock so we see a a breakout you know potential reversal uh let's for this example i'm going to do an example of a of an option trade what we can do is uh and and some traders may look at this as more of a weeks to months you know not just a a swing trade think about your time frame but let's say as an example just measure in from support and resistance and just kind of project out a sample example of a target patterns are measured from support and resistance so we have space as far as price and space as far as time i'm going to right click on this will activate that drawing enables me to push that up to where that breakout point is and we have an idea as far as potential price levels uh as well as the matter of time it can take or may need to be taken uh for to give an opportunity to price hit that target so with that we have an example there now sometimes with more expensive stocks on shorter term trades you know options would be tying up less equity some traders if they have a define as far as where they believe the price may trade up to may even consider doing a spread which i teach on thursdays in fact let me let's look at an example of doing a spread trade here uh we'll we'll go with a strike that may be at or maybe a little more in the money and then sell another option where we believe the price may be trading up to uh going into that expiration uh you know if we selected 115 that would be a pretty directional trade uh if we're looking about halfway above that target maybe a little less directional there so i'm gonna go to the trade tab and let's go ahead and get rid of that and uh we'll look at 38 days for this example we'll go out to the october expiration and if we go ahead and look at some of these strikes that may be uh at to uh in the money you know we got a 105 strike you know here's a a 100 strike you know delta about 70. if i was to go ahead and say well if we went ahead and bought the 100 uh and then whether sell the 105 or sell the 115 that can reduce the cost of the trade and actually define the risk uh even a little bit more let's go ahead and do that i'm going to right click on the one we're looking to buy and basically do a buy vertical and by default that's going to go ahead and buy that 100 strike and then basically sell the very next one in this case the 105.

[Music] if i went ahead and change this let's say to the 110 that's only four dollars away from where we are now now that wouldn't be a maximum gain until expiration but if we go ahead and take a look our risk would be 5.35 cents times 100 as these contracts are 100 um 100 multipliers and if we go ahead and click confirm and send you can see the idea of define risk the most we can lose is what we pay for that notice that's significantly less capital than what we saw with the example of the stock trade our gain is defined as well between that 10 okay and uh we have a break even of 105. notice the break even on this of 105 is actually one dollar below where the current price is right now so theoretically if the stock stays where it's at uh it would be a profitable trade okay uh one of the targets here is if we're able to capture about half of that maximum gain so maybe about 200 or 200 in change we may look to close out that position just try and lock it in over a nearer term okay now if i wanted to be more directional and select that 115 we'll see that the trade will cost more because we have less premium that we're selling it's going to be less probability but we would have a higher reward where basically if we do hit that 115 going in expiration we can make 820 and there's our risk there okay i'm gonna do a little more on a little higher prob and we'll do the 110 as an example i'll hit confirm and send and you know if i was risking about five hundred dollars we can do one contract if i was risking close to a thousand i can do it two times i'll do this two times so there is define risk define gain if you want to learn more about this strategy join me on thursdays for long verticals and diagonals i would love to see you there and it's a a relatively uh common way of having a defined wrist trade and be a little directional there so i'm going to go ahead and click send on this one now i may want to go ahead and edit and notice the difference between the market price and you know kind of the mid price i may have to come a little closer to the natural price if there's a wider spread i'll put this through see if we get that filled and notice we did get that filled so we'll go ahead and we'll continue monitoring that trade see if we're able to capture about half of that maximum gain now looking at some of your questions and then we'll finish off with uh searching for some of these examples yeah dylan mentioned uh there's some online partnerships with caesars helping with that stock today mike says when you look to exit win for high profit won't the short leg increase in value in the near term as underlying stock increases enough to offset gain on the long uh no um the both options will increase in in value theoretically but we also have the time decay which is happening on the short option and we have the appreciation at that out of the money option as it goes from at to in the money again one's not going to capture the maximum gain until expiration uh but if there's a big spike in price movement uh then one may be able to easily potentially capture 30 to 50 percent of that maximum gain and that's where some of that profit management would come into play we'd encourage you to practice that and you'll be able to see that for yourself okay let's go ahead and on the platform and just to show you when you do go to the education tab and select education this is here where you can go ahead and look up some of the previous webcasts when you go to webcast and bring that up you can see upcoming webcast says we'll have a generating income for a portfolio coming up if you go to the archive webcast you should be able to see this you know within uh hopefully a couple hours but you can also search by instructor so if i come here and select john mcnichol you can see my previous sessions that i've taught if we do focus on the swing trading there's the one for last week on bull and bear swings utilizing the atr trailing stops and if you go back a little bit more looking for the previous here's the one on trailing stops with indicators on a24 and so you can see that that's been a little bit of a theme uh over uh this last month so i encourage you to take a deeper dive there and uh if you look over on the left-hand margin this is how we can potentially find some of those individual examples in my breakout class last week actually talked about moving average crossovers uh you can also see that in the archive but since our focus here was kaholz uh there's a script that i have for kahold i know james has a variation on that uh you can go ahead and take a look at uh you know any uh you know any particular watch list you know let's say under the public list we can go ahead and find let's say penny increment options or i was just had the weekly list that was up and you'll see some of these scripts uh populate here's the moving average crossovers and here is the kaholt now seen as it for swing setups uh traders may be looking for generally an overall bullish trend you know maybe looking for stocks uh where the averages are all above each other you know for instance here's disney if i click on disney now disney is above all their averages but the trends have been more sideways and that's one of the problems with uh uh moving average crossovers they can whip saw when trends are going sideways but we do have a cold price is close in above the high of the low day some traders may look at that as a bounce and attempt to continue trading up in that range uh if i look down this list i'm trying to think with our examples that we did today i believe win may have been one of them let's see here if i can drop the list we may have actually been under the public list under weeklies so let me go over there sometimes larger lists you may not be able to bring up all the script but it's interesting here as far as with the hold once i add that i can actually click and sort and bring all those ones that are in green our potential kaholts if we go ahead and take a look at a few of these i'm not sure which list i brought went up but apparently it's not uh may not be showing up on this one um but some other ones uh that are let's take a look at tesla notice here with tesla tesla's actually breaking out of the flag today so what are the characteristics we have an uptrending stock price closing above the high of the low day now i do have some potential fibonacci resistance on this tesla has been struggling to try and get above some of these highs may want to wait to see if it's able to push above that as more of a confirmation of a breakout but nevertheless you can see how this script can find that uh if you're very new to some of these scripts great way of following on this is again taking a look at twitter and once you're on twitter at j mcnichol underscore tda go ahead and take a look at my pin tweet one you can see my webcast schedule two you can see examples of the column scripts that have a tendency of sharing and utilizing if you look at the document for that uh gives a full explanation on what we're looking for so on the kaholz uh when i've made this a little unique is not only is it looking for the holds but it also looks for those harami's which can both be bullish and bearish that can precede the actual kaholt and possibly give you a little bit of a lead in anticipating that bounce explanations on the moving average crossovers and if you go ahead and you take a look at these steps on how you go ahead and add those scripts okay and my good friend ken rose does a webcast on fridays on the script so keep an eye out for him as well uh let's see some of the other ones here and you can go ahead and take a look at you know you know any list for that but you know here's mgm uh one of the other ones notice it has pretty positive on the moving averages and a hold we click on mgm and kind of following up from a reversal let's go ahead and remove some of these indicators here click on the edit remove that trail and stop there and we'll remove that and so you can see a very similar setup to what we saw on caesar uh and as far as when sharp move we're seeing a bounce there so notice it didn't require very much uh work so to speak to do that now with the script these are not recommendations or buys and sell signals what the script is meant to do is kind of be a productivity tool what are you looking for so and i know james does a great job of utilizing some of these as well where look for an overall trend so in a bull flag we're looking for bullish trends rising moving averages and then looking for prices that may be bouncing and then that's where that hold script may come in now uh even if you go ahead and take a look at this and the final thought on this even the ones that are red can be potential opportunities because what happens after a red light typically right a green light at least when it comes to a trend so with something like shopify you know you can see generally the trend is up but price may be pulling back if price forms that could hold on a higher low that could be an entry um [Music] and making sure some of these other ones don't uh stand out there are cygnet jewelers there notice sharp move pulling back in its trend that could point towards a possible cold or a follow-up so multiple things to utilize uh in your journey as far as practicing some of these swing trades i'd like to thank you for joining us here today if you enjoyed what you learned go ahead and click like that gives people the opportunity to learn more about swing trading and some of the concepts we went over which we focused on the bullish swing setup looked at several setups today uh we did a practice trade we did two practice trades one with the stock one with a spread and then we showed you on how to find some of those swing setups utilizing some of those productivity tools so encourage your practice which you learn here today folks on fit tools such as paper money and remember in order to demonstrate the functionality of the platform we had to use actual symbols keep in mind td ameritrade does not make recommendations or term suitability of any security or strategy for individual traders any investment decision you make in your self-directed account is solely your responsibility thanks for joining us folks james thanks for helping us out and have a wonderful day folks enjoy your week bye now you

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