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What should I consider when taking profits?
Our swing trades typically start as full positions. As they go up, we lock in profits. Usually, we take profits in thirds.
We're basing our profit-taking decisions off the price we use in the alert, but we recognize that isn't the same price everyone gets. Our profit taking doesn't have to be followed exactly, but it gives you an idea of our mindset.
While we take profits in thirds, if your profit isn't as great, you can consider a smaller portion of profit-taking — or delay a little to get closer to our profit level.
What Is Swing Trading?
Swing trading is a strategy that focuses on taking smaller gains in short term trends and cutting losses quicker. The gains might be smaller, but done consistently over time they can compound into excellent annual returns. Swing trading positions are usually held a few days to a couple of weeks but can be held longer.
The swing trader's focus isn't on gains developing over weeks or months, like position trading. The average length of trade is more like 5 to 10 days. In this way, you can make a lot of small wins, which will add up to big overall returns. If you are happy with a 20% gain over a month or more, 5% to 10% gains every week or two can add up to significant profits.
Rather than the normal 7% to 8% stop loss, take losses quicker at a maximum of 2% to 3%. This will keep you at a 3-to-1 profit-to-loss ratio, a sound portfolio management rule for success. It's a critical component of the whole system since an outsize loss can quickly wipe away a lot of progress made with smaller gains.
How to play a reversal?
A key tenet of swing trading is to keep your losses small. If you have a maximum risk of 4% for trade and want to limit the risk to your portfolio to 0.5% or less, a 12.5% position gets you there (0.5%/4% = 12.5%). Given where we are in the market, we've captured the low-hanging fruit by hitting it hard on reversals in May and June. So we'll risk less to make sure we keep our gains. Full positions are now 9% rather than 12.5% of the overall portfolio.
That's roughly 11 stocks to be fully invested, rather than eight. And for a $100,000 portfolio, 9% would be $9,000 for a full position instead of $12,500.
We got 9% by shifting down to a portfolio risk of 0.36% and keeping our trade risk the same (0.36%/4% = 9%). Since we've been taking profits off in thirds, this can also make the calculations easier for subscribers. Roughly 9% for a full position, 6% after the first third is off, and 3% after the next third is off. Of course, those numbers will differ based on how the trade has progressed.