Positional Stock Trading Strategies for Financial Markets
Latest News: Indian Insight Founder & Instructor of this course, Yash Utmani was ranked 8th in Position Trading & 12th in Day Trading in Equities Segment in the last concluded edition of Pro Advisory Championship Competition, India 2016.
Different investors indulge in Stock Trading across different time frames. Day Traders hold their position for a few minutes to few hours (never beyond the day). Long Term Investors may hold on to their stock holdings for years. Positional Stock Trading is somewhere in between.
Positional Stock Trading or Position Trading as it is often called involves taking long or short position in stocks in order to participate in a major trend. This trend may last for a few weeks or months. The positional trader’s main task is to identify the right trade setups and place a trade. Once this is done there is very little for a positional trader to do on a daily basis.
Positional stock trading has certain advantages:
- Positional Stock Trading doesn’t require you to continuously monitor your position (unlike day trading)
- This kind of stock trading doesn’t require you to enter positions very frequently
- It is relatively easier to be profitable in Positional Trading compared to Day Trading
This course is going to teach you 3 positional stock trading strategies that you can use to earn passive income with a little bit of hard work. The stock trading strategies I am covering as part of this course are derived by combining and advanced concept in technical analysis known as Elliott Wave Theory & classical technical analysis.
While we expect you to know the basics of technical analysis, we will be covering the relevant concepts from advanced and classical technical analysis as well as your understanding of the stock trading strategies would depend on your understanding of the relevant technical analysis concepts. Once we have covered the relevant topics, we will share our stock trading strategies with you. We will also cover money management, so that you know exactly how much risk you should be taking on each trade. Without the right money management skills it is almost impossible to succeed in any kind of stock trading (or financial trading) in general.
Although we cover these strategies from a stock trading perspective. You may find some of these trading strategies useful in trading other financial markets as well.
I have been using these stock trading strategies successfully for quite some time. I hope you find them useful too.