Frequently Asked Questions

What are the fees for different services?

 Please visit the Pricing Page for fees of different services

 

Do you accept checks

 Yes

 

What exactly do I get as a Member?

Our swing trading alerts and real-time stock market analysis and commentary, are provided throughout NYSE trading day, by a professional analyst and trader. Analysis notifications and Trade Alerts containing a precise entry, stop and target prices are sent to you via email.

 

How can I cancel my membership?

You can stop your subscription from renewing, by logging into your PayPal account

 

How often will I receive buy or sell signals?

As part of Swing Trade Alerts subscription plan, we issue 3-5 swing trade signals per week. You will also receive 3-6 swing trade, candidate watch-lists per week, complete with clearly illustrated trading plans and charts. The actual number of trade alerts you receive depends on market conditions and may vary. It tends to be that when market conditions favor breakout trading (it’s trending up or down), you will receive more Swing Trade alerts.

 

Does your service work for people with full-time jobs?

Yes, swing trade alerts can easily be utilized by members with full-time jobs or other commitments that require their attention. Swing trade alerts are issued before a price threshold in the direction of the trade is reached. This allows one to set up a trade, with automatic execution, ahead of time.

 

Do you offer a free trial?

No, we currently do not offer free trails.

 

What Knowledge do I need to trade options?

You should have a basic understanding of how options work and how they relate to the underlying equities/stocks.

 

You also need to have a basic understanding of using your trading platform/broker to place and manage orders.

 

It helps to understand Excel or another spreadsheet tool to be able to track your trades and better manage your trading capital, positions, and conduct basic trading profitability and risk analysis.

 

If you don’t understand options or stocks, there are many good basic educational materials available online or through your brokerage. You can always sign up for a free account at Charles Schwab or E*TRADE and use their free training materials.

  

I am new to options. Will it be difficult for me to follow the trades?

 As part of our member service, we provide a set of emails to introduce the Basics of getting started trading, as well as our Trading System document. We suggest you read through these prior to starting trading to ensure you understand our system.

 

Most brokers also provide a wealth of Stock / Options trading educational materials on their website, with everything from the basics through to money management, risk analysis, trade analysis, and more advanced topics. We suggest you take advantage of these (generally free) resources.

 

Additionally, you can usually set up a “paper trading” or a virtual trading account with your brokerage, which may allow you to practice trading with virtual money, before risking real money. Talk to your broker for details.

 

 

Does your service work for people with full-time jobs?

Yes, swing trade alerts can easily be utilized by members with full-time jobs or other commitments that require their attention. Swing trade alerts are issued before a price threshold in the direction of the trade is reached. This allows one to set up a trade, with automatic execution, ahead of time.

 

What is Day Trading?

Day trading is a method of trading in which individuals buy and sell shares over a period of a single trading day. The intention is to profit from small price fluctuations. There are advantages such as less time risk, faster realization of profit, and no overnight holding risk. Disadvantages to day trading are the time and attention it requires one to devote during market hours, an increased frequency of trades and thus fees, smaller price moves mean spreads between the bid and ask price have a higher impact on profits and increased trader stress. Generally, it’s one of the toughest ways to profit from trading, and it demands extreme discipline. In short, it’s not for everyone.

 

What does a “Bull “and “Bear “mean in the stock market?

In a bull market, there is an assumption that stocks will continue to rise in price, while in a bear market, the assumption is that stocks will fall in price.

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