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MISSION: Develop a Swing Trading Strategy to gain High Returns with Less Risk consistently.

VISION: At StockGuru.in our mission is simple, "Enable our clients see Trading Opportunities". StockGuru.in have developed a proprietary auto-generated Swing Trading Signal System, designed to pick winning stocks to give you a complete picture of every stock through a clear Buy, Sell or Hold signal daily.

Benefits of Swing Trading

Swing trading provides benefits for people who have restrictive work schedules and also for those who need more time to make trading decisions.


Swing trading can be a good trading style for people who work during market hours but still want to be active, relatively short-term traders.


Although overnight risk can be a disadvantage of swing trading, the gaps that sometimes occur overnight can also work in your favor if they gap in the direction of your trade. This allows you to make quick, big, overnight money not available with day trading.


Swing trading allows you to take more time to analyze the market you're trading and make trading decisions in a more relaxed manner without the time pressure of day trading.


Ideally, swing traders jump into action within a span of 1 - 15 days which means that they reap the benefits of the stock market at a possible gain of more than 10-20%.


Long term investment may bring large returns, but they also increase the risk undertaken during investment. Swing trading usually has much lower stop loss points. This ensures that you can back out of a losing stock, before you lose a significant portion of your investment.

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StockGuru.in FAQ

How to trade using StockGuru.in signals ?

Trading using StockGuru.in swing trading signals is easy, just follow below few points:

  1. Decide your Time Frame for the trading. i.e. Short Term (1-2 Weeks), Mid Term (3-4 Weeks)
  2. Login and go to Members tab and check available reports. i.e. Hot Stocks, MultiBagger Stocks
  3. Decide a stock by checking Reports.
  4. Check current Signal for the decided stock.
  5. Buy stock if Signal indicates BUY and yet not bought.
  6. Sell stock if Signal indicates SELL and it's already bought.
  7. Don't trade if Signal indicates HOLD. If you already bought a stock previously on BUY signal, don't sell it and continue with your position. Don't buy stocks on HOLD signal.
  8. Add traded stock in My Stocks list to get email update about Signal change of the stock.
How often are the swing trading signals published ?

StockGuru.in swing trading signals are published at end of every trading day. Generaly around 6.00 pm IST.

Why so many stocks analysis for free? What is the catch !?

We are not out to make a quick buck. The reason StockGuru.in exists is to "Help traders make informed decisions, and be more successful guiding them".

We offer a truly exceptional free swing trading signal service, because we want to help you grow. And as you grow, and as your needs grow, we hope you'll buy our PAID Membership.

Signals for all stocks listed on Home page are available for FREE except few randomly locked.

Swing Trading FAQs

What Is Swing Trading?

In Swing Trading traders attemps to capture gains in a signle swing of a stock trend. It is also called as trend trading. You can trade any instrument using the Swing Trading Technique.

Swing traders mainly use Technical Analysis to spot trading opportunities. Generally they do not bother about Fundamental Analysis as these trade do not last more than few weeks or months.

Instead of targetting 20%-30% profits over the years, Swing Traders generally target 5%-10% gain but in a much shorter duration i.e. few weeks. In this way, traders can make a lot of small wins, which will add up to big overall returns.

Get daily tips and updates on swing trading every day on Daily Swing Trading Stock Tips.

Swing Trading vs Day Trading

The major difference between the two is TIME.

Day traders generally square off their position on the same day before the market closes, whereas Swing Traders keep their positions for several days to weeks.

Both trading styles have their own inherent advantages and disadvantages. As a day traders have to remain active and manage positions during market hours, a swing trader can monitor their positions at the end of a trading day.

Day traders shorter time frame protects them from overnight gaps happened in stocks. But gaps can give much bigger profit to swing traders if they happened in their direction of trade.

Simple Swing Trading Strategies

A Swing Trader generally analyze multi-day chart in multiple time frames.

Some of the common patterns used for swing trading are Flags, Triangles, Cup & Handle and Moving Average crossovers.

Strategy 1: Trade The Range

Some times a stock continues to move between a higher price level and a lower price level. It does not break on either side. If you noticed a stock oscillating between a range on the daily or weekly time frame chart, you can trend trade it.

Strategy 2: Trade The Trend

When a stock is continuously moving in a direction without any retracement. Then you jump to the trade and move until the trend reverses or become sideways.

Strategy 3: Trade The Retracement

This is the best trading style which poses minimal risk and gives maximum profit. In this swing trading strategy trader wait for a retracement in a stock trend, and take trades st the end of a retracement.

Top Swing Trading Indicators

To make the most out of the Swing Trading you should know these indicators:

1. RSI - Relative Strength Index

The RSI is an excellent overbought/oversold indicator that can be used to predict trend reversal points. The RSI is a price-following oscillator that ranges between 0 and 100. A popular method of analyzing the RSI is to look for a divergence in which the market index is making a new high, but the RSI is failing to surpass its previous high. This divergence would be an indication of an impending reversal.

2. MA - Moving Average

Moving Average gives traders the direction of the trend and helps to confirm it. There are two types of moving averages. 1. Simple Moving Average (SMA) 2. Exponential Moving Average (EMA). While in SMA all data values are treated equally, in EMA more importance is given to the most recent data values. The most commonly used moving averages are the 15, 20, 30, 45, 50, 100, and 200 day averages.

3. MACD - Moving Average Crossover / Divergence

MACD uses three exponential moving averages, a short or fast average, a long or slow average and an exponential average of their difference, the last being used as a signal or trigger line. The basic MACD trading rule is to sell when the MACD falls below its 9-day signal line. Similarly, a buy signal occurs when the MACD rises above its signal line.

Swing Trading Guide


If you are new to Swing Trading or to just trading in general, then you have come to the right place. Through our Beginner lessons you will learn the basics of swing trading, candle stick reading, chart patterns, and technical analysis.

The reality of trading is that most people do not succeed. I believe the top 5 reasons why traders do not succeed in order are:

  1. They are paying for a paid service. (any kind)
  2. They have no set rules. (discipline)
  3. They do not have a strategy. (plan)
  4. They do not use proper risk vs reward entry
  5. They trade against the trend

We can't promise you fame, fortune, and success. But we can promise that you will have a fair fighting chance at swing trading success if you absorb as much information as you can. This website is completely free and will teach you how to protect your assets while the odds are stacked against you.

What is Swing Trading?

Swing trading is a form of trading stocks that strives to capture a short-term movement that can have large relative range. A typical swing trading plan will aim for a 1-5 day hold, though it is not uncommon to see someone hold for multiple weeks or a month. Swing trading gives you the potential to capture large range explosive moves or "breakouts" over a short time frame. This can be perfect for the part-time trader or full-time trader. As a swing trader using technical analysis there are a few things that do not matter to us.

  1. We do not care about Fundamentals
  2. We do not care what the company is selling
  3. We do not care what other people think of this company

As a swing trader we have one goal in mind, get in and get out. All decisions will be based of technical analysis and price action. This website should be used to learn how to survive in the market, use this info to create your own trading style and independence.

Risk Management & Position Size

Position Size and Risk Management go hand in hand with each other and are the two most important things to consider before you even begin trading. While most new traders think that "winning" is what trading is all about, they will soon come to realize that losing is far more common. The reality of trading is that you will most likely end the month or year with more losing trades than winning trades. This is why risk management is so important in trading. The entire idea behind our strategy is to allow one winning trade to make up and pay for multiple losing trades. The only way you can accomplish this is by having a set risk, keeping your loses small, and letting your winning trades make up for it.

Risk Management:

As any successful trader will tell you risk management is the number one rule you have to follow. It can require extreme discipline and even cause you to miss out on a trade or two. This is a long-term protection plan designed to keep you in the game for as long as possible giving you the best chance at success. There is no need to complicate risk management and were going to keep it simple for you.

You must absolutely never risk more than 2% of your total trading capital on a single trade.

For example if you have a Rs.50,000 trading account, you are only allowed to risk 2% max per trade of that Rs.50,000. That leaves you with a risk of Rs.1000 per trade. Only risking Rs.1,000 per trade is nearly impossible, if your thinking about trading with a Rs.50,000 account you might want to put this into consideration.

Position Size:

If I had to, I would guess that position sizing is something that new traders don't even think about. It's a subject that is often overlooked by new traders. The proper position size will vary trader to trader and can depend on the size of your account. While there is a maximum size a new trader should use to prevent catastrophic failure, there is also a minimum size that will ultimately lead to the same demise and failure. If you are a new trader or trader with a small account then this lesson is very important for you.

How much is too small?

One of the first questions a new trader will ask is"how much money do I need to start trading"? Unfortunately there is no direct answer to this question and the amount of capital required will be different based off each trade idea. The first step in calculating capital requirements starts with establishing an understanding of what it cost to make a trade, this should include cost of commissions charged by your broker as well as any fees that may apply. Once we've established what it's going to cost to place a trade we can start to look at risk and reward to determine how much capital we will need for our trade idea.

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