Tuesday, April 26, 2011

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I have been an investor for 10 years, and a part time swing trader for 2 years. While the majority of my portfolio sits in long term investments, I have clearly come to appreciate the merits of technical analysis to time market entries for maximum gain, and minimal risk.
About 2 years ago, I carved out a portion of my portfolio to allocate to swing trading opportunities.

During this time I have had moderate success, primarily buying dips in uptrend stocks, where they have hit support levels, setting stops below support and crossing my fingers.

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