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What Are Earnings?

Earnings typically refer to after-tax net income, sometimes known as the bottom line or a company’s profits. Earnings are the main determinant of a company’s share price because earnings and the circumstances relating to them can indicate whether the business will be profitable and successful in the long run. Earnings are perhaps the single most important and most studied number in a company’s financial statements. It shows profitability compared to analyst estimates, the company’s own historical performance, and relative to its competitors and industry peers.

What do I look for when selecting the swing trade alerts I will trade?

  1. Earnings – I am looking to verify that the stock does not have earnings within 2 weeks of the alert.  I am also looking to see if the stock has recently had earnings it was more than 7 days ago. I look at this because I do not want my swing trade to be impacted by traders trying to play the earnings.  Meaning I “DO NOT” want to be in the middle of traders scaling into, or out of positions causing an uptick in unusual volume.
  2. Volume – I verify the stock trades an average of 1,000,000 shares per day.

What is a Swing Trade?

Typically, swing trading involves holding a position either long or short for more than one trading session, but usually not longer than several weeks or a couple of months. This is a general time frame, as some trades may last longer than a couple of months, yet the trader may still consider them swing trades. Swing trades can also occur during a trading session, though this is a fairly rare outcome that is brought about by extremely volatile conditions.

The goal of swing trading is to capture a chunk of a potential price move. While some traders seek out volatile stocks with lots of movement, others may prefer more sedate stocks. In either case, swing trading is the process of identifying where an asset’s price is likely to move next, entering a position, and then capturing a chunk of the profit if that move materializes.
Successful swing traders are only looking to capture a chunk of the expected price move, and then move on to the next opportunity.

For the next 5 Daily Bars See Below for the List of Companies to Report Earnings:

***They are listed in alphabetical order below***

For all of you wanting to know how I decide to enter and exit my trades, I have listed those key points below:

  • I have created a watchlist of the tickers I like to trade the most. Download my watchlist right “HERE”
  • I review that watchlist against the alerts from the TT Blackbox each 5-minute interval.
  • I focus on the $VIX. This measures volatility in the market. If volatility is moving up, the market is moving down, and vise versa. This simply means I start here and does not mean I will not trade against the market.  However, I do not recommend that for the novice trader.
  • Once I know the direction of the market, I start to focus on the tickers moving in that direction.
  • Once these tickers alert on the TT Blackbox, I typically wait till the closure of the next 5-minute candle and I enter.
  • I then immediately set a limit sell order for 5%.  Keep in mind I am trading shares in the price range of $30-$400 tickers so 5% is big money.
  • I exit my trades based on two points.  One, being the TT Blackbox stops alerting or alerts in the opposite direction, and two being my 5% target has been met.

Here is a screenshot of the tickers I watch daily:

For all of you wanting to know how I decide to enter and exit my trades, I have listed those key points below: I have created a watchlist of the tickers I like to trade the most. Download my watchlist right “HERE” I review that watchlist against the alerts from the TT Blackbox each 5-minute interval. I focus on the $VIX. This measures volatility in the market. If volatility is moving up, the market is moving down, and vise versa. This simply means I start here and does not mean I will not trade against the market. However, I do not recommend that for the novice trader. Once I know the direction of the market, I start to focus on my tickers that are moving in that direction. Once these tickers alert on the TT Blackbox, I typically wait till the closure of the next 5-minute candle and i enter. I then immediately set a limit sell order for 5%. Keep in mind I am trading shares in the price range of $30-$400 tickers so 5% is big money. I exit my trades based on two points. One, being the TT Blackbox stops alerting or alerts in the opposite direction, and two being my 5% target has been met. Here is a screenshot of the tickers I watch daily:

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