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5 Day Trading Techniques

  1. 1. 5 Day Trading Techniques
  2. 2. When stock market traders talk about day trading, they are referring to buying and selling stock the same day. They typically look for small price movements, then use large amounts of leverage capital to profit. Day trading techniques include scalping, fading, daily pivots, and momentum trading. But which is the best technique for you?
  3. 3. Day Trading Entry Strategies - Day traders typically use THREE tools to identify entry points. 1 - Intraday Candlestick Charts. 2 - Level II Quotes. 3 - Real-Time Newsfeeds.
  4. 4. What Does That Mean? Traders look for specific candlestick patterns to identify a possible entry point. They then look for a spike in volume indicating that there is support. Finally, they examine the level II quotes to confirm the current order book supports a reversal. If all of these factors align, then they enter the market.
  5. 5. Scalping - The goal of scalping is to take profits as quickly as possible. This is one of the most frequently used strategies and leads to very fast trading. Scalpers enter and then exit as soon as their position becomes profitable. They don’t worry about exiting too early – as long as they have a profit, they are happy and move on to the next deal.
  6. 6. Fading - Fading is when day traders short a stock when it starts to move upward quickly. The idea behind this is that the stock will become overbought quickly and then sell off as buyers start to take profits. This is a high risk strategy, but it can deliver large profits. Faders exit their short position as soon as buyers start to step back into the market again after the selloff.
  7. 7. Daily Pivots - Here, traders look to benefit from the stock’s volatility. They are looking to buy at a low, and then sell at a high. They exit the market as soon as there is a sign of a price reversal.
  8. 8. Momentum - To trade on momentum, day traders look for news releases that are likely to move the stock price, or for strong trends on high volume. They will typically buy when they see one of these conditions and then ride the trend until there are signs that it is about to reverse. This reversal is often signaled by decreasing volume and the appearance of bearish candles.
  9. 9. Want to learn more about day trading techniques? Contact us today to speak with a friendly Nonko representative! www.nonkotrading.com

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