Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- How often will I receive buy or sell signals on the indexes you follow? This is stock specific, but generally buy or sell signals are generated anywhere from two to four a day. Some day more and some day may find only one or two trades.
- What are the indexes on which buy and sell signals are given by Swingstocktraders? Nasdaq, S&P 500, NYSE.
- What does this service cost? Swingstocktraders is very effective. It's cost only $16.95 a month.
- What do I get for my subscription? You get every day live trade signals in your Mailbox. These signals are generated two to four times per day on average. Additionally, you will find weekly stocks every Sunday on the site. You will also receive access to member only area which includes, all the buy and sell signals, stocks to watch, stock advice, Push notifications!, stock lessons and weekly charts.
- WHAT ARE YOUR STOP LOSSES PER TRADE? Many recommendations will have moderate to high volatility. It is suggested, based on this expected volatility as well as previous success, that you use mental and time stops, not stop loss orders.
Mental stop: Monitor positions. If the price of the stock touches the suggested exit point ("protect from loss" point) and shows no signs of turning upward, exit the position.
Time stop: If the stock does not reach the suggested profit target within five days, exit the position (unless specified otherwise, use a hard stop-loss to close).
Mid Term Investments: If a stock is recommended as a mid term investment, use your discretion and sell the position when the leading line (K line) on the slow stochastic indicator on weekly charts begins to turn downward.
- WHAT BROKER/PLATFORM IS USED? We are not a broker. We don't make transactions for you or autotrade recommendations. We do recommend using tdameritrade, scottrade, etrade, optionxpress or interactivebrokers.
- HOW DO I PROTECT MYSELF FROM A GAP DOWN IN PRICE, AND A FLASH CRASH? The best and only way to protect yourself from a large price gap lower is to either be in cash or own a put option against stock shares you own. As the stock drops in value the put options will go up in value. Stop losses will not protect against large price gaps lower
- What do I do if I forget my login password? Simply go to the "Member Login" box on the homepage and click below "Forgot Password?".
- Is there a Free Trial? No. The cost of our service are so low that it is not necessary.
- Can I use the buying tips for day-trading? Stock signals can be used for day-traders and swing traders.
- What T1 says I get with the purchase tip. The stock's Target 1 potential drops significantly when strong double or triple resistance areas exist midway between the current price and Target 1.
- What email send the stock picks the fastest. We have Gmail tested as the best. Receives email in max. 2 sec delay.
- Sent you also sell signals: We only send buy tips. You should make use of indicators to sell your stocks. A service with buy and sell signals takes at least $100 a $200 a month '. Our recommendations are generated automatically! For buy and sell signals, we would have to take an additional investor. That means that our service would be too expensive for the small investor. That is not our business objective. (Read question 14 for the ends of the day advice that we have)
- I also get advice when to sell: We have a rating system for al the buy tips! In rating the outlook for stocks from strong buy to Strong-sell . With this indicator you get an indication when you may be able to close your trade. Stock Rating system does not make subjective judgments. Instead, it compares the technical qualities of individual companies and their stocks to benchmarks that have proven statistically predictive of stock performance in the past.This stock rating is an indication of the technical analysis of the stock. They are not buy or sell signals. This method can be used for swing trading and Day-trading.
- How do I cancel subscription? If you would like to cancel your subscription, you will need to log in to your PayPal account. A subscription can be canceled up until the day of the next scheduled payment. Are you looking to cancel a subscription through your PayPal account? You're in the right place! Below, we have outlined a step-by-step procedure to guide you through the process of canceling a subscription within your PayPal account
Log In to Your PayPal Account: Start by opening your preferred web browser and navigating to the official PayPal website (https://www.paypal.com/). Log in to your account by entering your email address and password.
Access Your Wallet: After logging in, you will be directed to your PayPal dashboard. Click on the "Wallet" tab, which is typically located near the top of the page.
Manage Subscriptions: In the Wallet section, you'll see a list of your linked payment methods and PayPal balance. Look for the option that says "Manage Subscriptions" or "Payments."
Locate the Subscription: Within the Manage Subscriptions or Payments section, you should be able to see a list of your active subscriptions. Find the subscription you wish to cancel, and click on it for more details.
Cancel the Subscription: Once you've accessed the subscription details, you'll find an option to cancel it. This might be labeled as "Cancel Subscription" or something similar. Click on this option.
Confirm Cancellation: PayPal will typically ask you to confirm the cancellation. Review the information to ensure it's the correct subscription, and then confirm your cancellation.
Complete the Process: Follow any additional on-screen prompts to finalize the cancellation. You might receive a confirmation message once the process is complete.
Check for Confirmation Email: After canceling the subscription, it's a good idea to check your email for a confirmation from PayPal. This will serve as proof that the cancellation was successful.
- Push notifications settings! The website send you pusch notifications. Also possible to recieven on your smartphone.
- Send you also option tips! : Yes we send stock - picks and you can also use the tips (big stocks) for options.