If you engage in day trading or swing trading, you know that short selling stocks is a quicker way to make money than going long. But short selling is also much more difficult and much more dangerous. So how do we use day trading and swing trading shorting strategies effectively to minimize risk?
I'm a professional day trader and CEO of Money Learning Academy where I help people just like you become full-time day traders and swing traders. I will show you THE most effective methods of short selling, including:
The top 3 strategies for shorting while day trading
The least known and most effective swing trading short strategy ever discovered
How to minimize your risk while short selling
Where exactly on the chart to short
Where to cover
Where to set your stop-losses so that your losses are always smaller than you profits over time
I'll teach you the three most effective methods of short selling during the day that have made me a successful day trader. You can make money much more quickly shorting than you can going long, but because of greater risk, most people end up losing money and even blowing up their accounts. When novice day traders lose all their money, it is typically due to poor short selling strategies. These three strategies are time-tested and if followed correctly with losses being cut quickly, can result in good profits over time.
Short selling stocks overnight is risky, difficult, and costs more than going long because of fees and interest. To go short for days, weeks, or months seems insanity based on overnight news causing big gap-ups in the price of the stock. But I'll show you a little-known short selling strategy that can both minimize risk and create bigger profits than you thought possible.
The strategy was used by stock traders in the 1920s and 1930s to make massive profits in bear markets. Somewhere along the decades, the strategy was forgotten, with only a few traders here and there using it and even fewer writing about it to inform the investing public.
With the second half of this course, I've outlined the strategy, its risks and rewards, and give plenty of examples by showing the chart setups you'll be looking for. It is not uncommon for this strategy to produce returns of 50% to 70% on your investment if done correctly.
The bottom line is that this strategy works if done with patience and self-discipline, and can succeed with minimal risk. While most traders are panicking during a bear market and pulling their money out, this strategy can help you make more money than you thought possible in so few trades.
This course is meant for more intermediate and advanced traders looking to add or improve their short selling strategies. Novice traders should purchase my course, "Start Day Trading Penny Stocks In 60 Minutes" to learn the basics first.
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