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Vantagepointtrading - Stock Market Swing Trading Video Course

Vantagepointtrading - Stock Market Swing Trading Video Course

 

The Stock Market Swing Trading Video Course provides everything new and experienced swing traders need to effectively and efficiently swing trade stocks. The course covers how to analyze price charts, focusing on the few key metrics that really matter. Several strategies are revealed that stand the test of time,  and work whether prices go up or down. It also covers how to find trades, stock market basics, how to place orders, position sizing, and risk management. These lessons reveal how we can win a good percentage of our trades, while still keeping our winning trades much bigger than our losing trades.

Focus on these strategies, get good at implementing them and then repeat, repeat, repeat. The nice thing about swing trading (taking trades that last a couple days to a couple months) is that you only need to spend about 20 minutes every few days finding trades and implementing the strategies. This is done by watching the price of a stock move on the chart, and then buying and selling it when the strategies dictate.

cory mitchellThe Stock Market Swing Trading Course is produced by Cory Mitchell, a Chartered Market Technician (CMT), member of the Market Technicians Association, Canadian Society of Technical Analysts and by extension the International Federation of Technical Analysts. He became a full-time trader in 2005.

Here’s a bit more about him: I worked for six years as a proprietary trader for a trading firm(s), doing one of the toughest jobs on the planet (also the most fun)-extracting profit every single month; if I didn’t make a profit, I didn’t get paid (no salary, everything was dependent on performance). These are stock strategies forged by relentless dedication to trading, and tens of thousands of trading hours and trades. In 2011 I moved my focus to trading independently and helping others by sharing what I’ve learned. I freelance (write) for, and have been vetted by, some of the largest financial sites in the world, including TheBalance, Stock & Commodities magazine and Investopedia, among others.

The course is broken down into sections. Each section contains an educational component, where you are guided through a PowerPoint presentation. Then there is a component where charts are used to show how the information is applied.

What You Will Learn in the Stock Market Swing Trading Video Course

-One of the strategies in this course was used to provide signals on this site for 31 weeks. The signals generated a 49% return in that 31 week period. This involved a relatively large number of trades. If half the of trades were taken the approximate return was 25% over 7 months. The goal of the strategies is to generate 3% to 7% per month on average. This can be tweaked based on leverage, number of trades taken, win rate, and average reward:risk ratio. These variables are discussed in the course.

-No frills, just solid trading education.

An efficient method of trading; I have included only the things you need to know, so you don’t waste your time reading or watching videos that don’t help you. Also, once you know the strategies, you can implement them in about 20 minutes every few days.

Receive more than 12 hours of video, a Trading Checklist eBook, and a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) eBook. Checklists make sure you are only taking trades based on the strategies and concepts discussed in the course.

How to effectively practice and implement the information you will learn. You will need to put in practice time if you want to get good at these strategies. I provide you with exercises throughout the course so can practice what you learn.

Learn all the stock market basics you need to start swing trading effectively and with confidence. 

How to read stock price charts, and how to analyze them, including free resources you can use to practice your chart reading ability. For swing trading, you don’t need to spend loads of times analyzing the financial health of a company or reading news reports. Instead, swing traders focus on price charts. The price chart shows how the price of the stock is actually moving. It is the change in the share price that makes us money, so our job is to analyze the share price (I show you how) and then take advantage of trends and reversals within the share price.

How trends operate and reverse, and how to trade them, utilizing a trend-following strategy and a reversal strategy. During trends and reversals is where big money can be made…if you have strategies to capitalize on the trends and reversals (what this course is all about).

-How to place trades (order types) for the strategies you will learn. What type of order is used for each trade can dramatically affect profitability. The course shows you which ones to use under various circumstances.

-The course covers how to find and trade USA and Canadian stocks that meet the strategy criteria. The strategies and information can be used to trade other global stocks, but examples are not provided.

How to make money whether the price of a stock goes up or down.

-What to do with your positions around earnings announcements or other major news events. 

How to determine the exact number of shares to take when making a trade.

What type of stocks NOT to trade. There are certain types of stocks that are just too risky and that have a greater tendency to produce big losses. I discuss which types of stocks to never swing trade.
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swing trading example in CENX

How to make sure wins are always bigger than losses. 

-Bonus Videos show you how to find and trade the Most Explosive Stocks in the Stock Market.

-Learn how to collect massive gains from stocks that have entered a “sleeper” phase and are setting up for a big move.

To utilize this course effectively you should have $10,000+ in trading capital, and at minimum $5,000+.

Utilize the target method to get out of a winning trade, or use the versatile trailing stop loss method to capitalize on those stocks that keep running in your favor.

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Get the more than 12 hours of video instruction, a Trading Checklist eBook and a FAQ eBook for $249 USD.

Make 2018 the year where you start building that secondary income stream.

How much do you value your time?

There’s loads of free trading information on the internet, but how much time are you spending trying to compile that information into a usable trading methodology? How much time is spent filtering through, well…crap? Save yourself the stress, time and confusion.

(Note: The course download is a .zip file of approximately 3.5 GB. Be sure you have enough space on your computer/device for the download. Download speeds will vary. All videos are .avi format and the Checklist and FAQ eBooks are .pdf format. Download links are emailed out immediately; if you don’t see an email from us, check your junk mail.)

This Stock Market Swing Trading Course is 100% Guaranteed:

If you follow the steps and guidelines in this course and you don’t think you’re a better trader because of it, we will refund you 100% of the purchase price within 30 days*.  We don’t guarantee trading profits-that’s up to you, and putting in the practice necessary-yet we do believe the information contained in this course will greatly improve your chances of becoming a profitable trader. 

Please note that you are paying for the course, and not personal mentoring. Personal trading advice is not provided with your purchase price.

 

Risk disclosure: All views expressed in the Course are Cory’s opinion. The strategies contained in this Course are subjective in nature, which means they require practice and fine-tuning as you progress and as market conditions change. Individual trading results vary. Past performance of trade signals is not necessarily indicative of future performance. This Course should not be viewed as personal investment advice for you. We don’t know your personal financial situation, nor your financial goals or risk tolerance. Consult with your financial advisor before acting, as the opinions in the course may not necessarily align with your long-term goals or risk tolerance. All stock trading involves substantial risk of loss, and it is possible to lose more funds than you initially deposited with your broker if you are using leverage. For additional risk information on trading, see the Legal Disclaimer page.

* Purchase price is refunded via PayPal. Refund must be requested within 30 days of purchase and an email sent to investing [at] vantagepointtrading [dot] com explaining why you are unsatisfied, and if you followed the guidelines as outlined.


Rlingaa says:    
December 13, 2019 at 09:36

Hi

Please inform me the following about the “Stock Market Swing Trading Video Course”.

1.Can this course be adopted to swing trading of Indian stocks as well ?

2. Do you offer any discount on the purchase price ? Pls let me know.
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    December 16, 2019 at 16:44

    The concepts can be applied to any stock market, but the course only covers how to scan for US and Canadian stocks. You need to find a scanner for Indian stocks in order to look for the trade setups. TradingView looks like it would work (with India stock exchange data).
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Peter Hoffman says:    
October 23, 2019 at 14:05

Hello Cori, I rate you site very highly, most generous & informative (i wouldn’t just say that, have waded though tons of rubble to get here).

Have not started trading yet, but I started researching swing-trading and like your presentation of the video course.
I have two questions:
1) Is there any info on monitoring ‘Level2’ data included? (have heard its quicker and more direct - used by ‘pros’, ‘orderbook’ etc)…
2) I also seen your ebook (forex and swing trading) although I like to start on ‘swing’ I wonder if the Video Course material also helps to learn a little about ‘Forex’ concepts?

thanks for your help,

pete
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    October 28, 2019 at 11:17

    Hi Pete.

    There is no level 2 information. It is not relevant for the strategies presented.

    The methods in the course can be used for any market where the patterns occur, but only stock market examples are discussed and provided.

    Cheers,
    VantagePointTrading
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Anonymous says:    
September 6, 2019 at 04:12

Hi Cory:

Is your swing trading course available to purchase. If yes, how do I purchase it and how much does it cost in USD?
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    September 6, 2019 at 17:18

    Yes, it is. We noticed the payment links aren’t working. Will have them back up and running hopefully soon. All the course details are on laid out on the Swing Trading Video Course page.
    Thanks for your patience!
    -Admin
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Sam says:    
January 11, 2019 at 18:07

Hi Cory,

I ordered your course a couple of years and really enjoyed it. It taught me a lot. Somehow during transitioning to a new PC I lost Bonus Video #1. Is it possible to get that video again?

Thanks,
Sam
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    Vantage Point Trading says:    
    January 22, 2019 at 10:30

    Hi Sam, glad you enjoyed the course! Check your emails and we’ll get this sorted
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Jason says:    
January 7, 2019 at 12:21

Hi Cory,

I need help with my download, which failed to complete. Please see my emails sent Dec 22, Jan 1, and Jan 6. Thanks!
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    Vantage Point Trading says:    
    January 10, 2019 at 04:13

    Hi Jason, sorry about the delay, you should have received it now, let me know if you have any issues, thanks!
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VJ says:    
August 23, 2018 at 10:19

Hi Cory,

I have few questions before I decide to purchase your Swing Trading course.

1. How do I communicate with you if I have questions while going through the video course? Do you have a chat forum or something where I can post a question and get answers?

2. Once I start real trading after finishing the course, do you also answer any questions I might have and provide assistance with real trades?

3. Do you plan to have a community where traders can post questions and discuss their trades?

Thanks,
VJ
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    August 23, 2018 at 16:04

    Hi VJ,

    The best way to ask course-related questions is right here in the comments. I typically respond within a day or two. There is currently no chat room or forum, but that is a good idea. Will discuss the possibility of this with the tech crew. As of right now though, there are no plans for a forum.

    Personal trading advice is not provided. I can’t legally tell you whether to take a trade or not. But, if you provide a couple examples I can explain what I see and whether it fits the strategy or not. This would be limited to a couple examples, since personal mentoring is not included in the course fee. (To share an example, upload a screenshot of the chart with your comments/analysis to any cloud-based storage provider and then paste the link for the chart in a comment..or on TradingView you can share a chart by clicking the camera in the upper right corner and sharing the link in a comment)
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        VJ says:    
        August 30, 2018 at 14:11

        Hi Cory,

        Thanks for the response. Also, in the video course, do you explain based on real trade examples or is it primarily just slides? I am looking for video tutorials with real trade examples with entry/exit criteria.
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            Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
            August 30, 2018 at 16:05

            Yes, lots of real trade examples. Each section goes through a slide, and then to the charts for examples, then back to the slides, then examples, and so on. Exactly how to enter and exit, including what order types to use, is covered.
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Roh says:    
August 4, 2018 at 13:36

Hi Cory,

I’m wondering if after consolidation breakout entry and you get a sharp false breakout against you, do you ever reduce size or perhaps exit the position early? Or you are more set it and forget it? Thanks.
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    August 6, 2018 at 08:15

    If I expect the price to move quickly in my favor, and instead it moves sharply against me, I MAY cut the loss early because my expectation was wrong.
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    BUT, this doesn’t apply to every trade. The best thing to do is look through all your demo and live trades and see which method works best for you. I decide before each trade how I am going to exit. For example, on a rounded bottom the price is often moving in a bit choppier fashion so I know it may take a bit of time for the price to make an aggressive move in my favor, so I give the trade some room. Look at the recent price action and determine if you want to give the trade a bit of room, or cut quickly if it moves against you. Stick to that plan for that trade.

    If uncertain, then use the set-and-forget approach.
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Vin says:    
June 26, 2018 at 11:16

Hi Cory,

I sent you an email regarding the course pricing and I didnt receive any response from your support. What is the best email to reach you?
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    June 27, 2018 at 08:59

    Sorry about that. I don’t look after email, but I will let support know your email was missed.

    What did you want to know about the course?
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        Vin says:    
        July 4, 2018 at 21:55

        Any July 4th deal on your course at this time?
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            Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
            July 4, 2018 at 22:17

            Hi Vin,
            There are no sales/deals planned currently.
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Jason Gaviria says:    
May 19, 2018 at 12:29

Hey Cory,
I recently purchased your swing trade course after subscribing. We had the power knocked out on this side of the east coast due to the recent storms and it interrupted the DL of the ZIP. I have the Paypal Receipt, but I can’t seem to re-try the DL. It won’t allow me anywhere I look to re-start it. Can you please help!!
-Jason
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    May 19, 2018 at 13:51

    No worries Jason, and sorry about the troubles.
    I sent you an email with an alternative download method. You should have it in your inbox now.
    Best wishes with the trading 🙂
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Will Chan says:    
April 7, 2018 at 04:07

Hi Cory, how long does it takes to screen stock for swing trade? Does your course teaches how to use TC2000 stock screener or ThinkorSwim?
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    April 7, 2018 at 09:12

    Hi Will,

    I usually limit my scans to about 20 minutes/night. How often a person wants to scan and place trades is up them. THey can scan every night, but 1 to 3 nights each week is sufficient. I usually only scan 1 or 2 nights a week.

    Thinkorswim is fine. I do not discuss TC2000, although you could use it (or the Thinkorswim scanner) if you want.
    In the course, I only discuss screening software that is freely available to everyone, such as Finviz and StockRover which provide all we need, and I also touch on StockFetcher.
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Mark Viljoen says:    
March 20, 2018 at 19:24

Hi Cory,

You have often discussed the minimums requires to effectively utilize your course and I have read numerous articles of yours where you have clearly pointed to the fact that there will come a limitation in terms of you reaching a market cap, where after the slippage you experience makes larger capital investment require extensive modifications to any individuals trading methods and such a considerable increase in the time investment as to become less of an attractive proposition.

That being said, what would you estimate, on average, would potentially be the largest account size you believe an average trader may be able to effectively utilize using your swing trading methods, whilst still maintaining an average of say 10% per month returns, given:
1) They follow only the exact basics taught in your course?
and
2) They introduce relatively simple but experiential based tweaks without getting too complicated or time intensive? That is to say they follow your teachings to developing a personally tried and tested, proven basic strategy of their own that is built upon your methodology and their individual psychological risk profile, that would form the foundation of their regular trading but does not include the extra tweaking you speak of when their account becomes a little too clumsy and stars experiences slippage.

I only ask as I have been preparing quite a detailed trading and investment 10 year plan that includes other investment short, medium and long term that also include physical trading of actual goods and the development of a property investment portfolio for rental and resale purposes and I have been trying to set a guide line budget for swing and forex trading, such that when their accounts reach a cap of say $200,000 then the excess funds are automatically directed to longer term investments.

put into a “picture” form I envision a pyramid tower of champagne glasses with the first glass being the smallest and yet most profitable cap say to day trade, rapidly spilling over into the next larger level (cap) to swing trade, spilling over into the next level, to trade shares, particularly options, the next level to invest in dividend stocks ( still using options to get int and out) and investment properties for resale, spilling into the last level of long term stocks, bonds and rental properties, which would ultimately “spill” what I would then see as my genuine personal monthly income. Thus each level of champagne glasses can only accommodate a maximum market cap before their risk/ return becomes inefficient and hence needs to spill out and be better employed in the next and it is these ” champagne glass levels” or maximum market caps that I am trying to realistically and honestly budget.

Many thanks for your extremely helpful and informative articles!
Mark
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    March 21, 2018 at 11:41

    Good questions…and very good you have a plan 🙂

    Expecting 10%/month is quite high. In the course, I show the math for making 3% to 5% per month. This can be tweaked, higher or lower, by talking higher reward:risk trades or more trades, or using leverage, or improving the win rate.

    I mainly talk about the “caps” to show that there is a difference between trading 100K or even 1 or 2 million and trading a billion. Often people hear about short-term traders making high returns and they doubt it is possible because most hedge funds make 15% or less per year. But trading a million and trading a billion are totally different games. So that is the main distinction I am making.

    As for swing trading, at about $3million (as a very rough estimate) it will start to become more difficult. The course discusses two position sizing methods, so typically the capital in the account will be spread over about 5 to 10 trades (for this amount of capital, 10 or more is recommended). At 10 trades, with a $3M account, that means taking about $300K worth of stock on each trade. Now that is super easy on a stock like Netflix ($316 currently)…just grab 1000 shares. There is lots of volume. But if you come across a $10 stock with a great trading opportunity, you need to buy 30,000 shares. That stocks has to have a lot of volume to get all those shares at the exact price you want.

    This problem can be somewhat eliminated by trading higher priced stocks, and stocks with lots of volume. The more capital you have, likely the higher you will need to push the volume and price requirement. But this, of course, narrows the number of opportunities you will come across. Another option is to spread the capital across more trades. Say 15 or 20…that way less capital is flowing into each stock making it easier to accumulate the shares required. Here again, we have a bit of a problem though…it is much harder to find 20 good trades than it is to find 5 or 10.

    So up to a million or two isn’t too bad, then after that you likely need to start restricting your screening criteria quite a bit and making some sacrifices. At that point, you could start diverting more funds toward longer-term term trades…per the plan you talked about.

    Each trader is different and if you only trade high priced high volume stocks you may be able to up that limit. That said, most people would LOVE to eventually have this problem 😉
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        Mark Viljoen says:    
        March 21, 2018 at 16:33

        Thanks for the advice.
        Just a point I only mentioned an average of 10% since after reading one of your earlier articles “how much can day traders expect to make” I think it was, you suggested that it is possible that experienced and hence successful traders could make around 15% trading Forex, 10% swing trading and that “good traders” could make around 20% per month.

        I don’t expect to jump to the top of the heap overnight but I am prepared to do whatever it takes to get there and some one once told me that the ultimate levels of achievement in any field of endeavor are really no different between any two given people but that quite simply one of the two may have to put in a hell of a lot more effort and blood sweat and tears to get there.

        Now I sincerely appreciate your standing advice that trading should NOT be about the money but in fact about the “lifestyle” however you need to understand that for me it has to be a little of both since I am driven ( with no other options, like being side tracked by lucrative oil industry position like some of the people you knew! lol) to make this the way that I can support my family and therefore not viewing it as a secondary income.

        I’d love to have that luxury but as a 56 year old white male in South Africa I have endured nearly fifteen years of doors closing in my face in the name of Affirmative Action and I am therefore utterly determined to take what little talent or intellect I may or may not have and sweat as many hours, days, nights, weeks, months and upcoming years to master trading to the very best of my ability so that I can once again be able to really give my family what they deserve in terms of a solid, secure home and support.

        I have studied everything I can with very limited funds over the internet and over the last three years I have sorted through hundreds of “miracle millionaire makers” over the internet and even tried one or two but have narrowed my focus down to the likes of Tim Sykes, Jason Bond, Marcello Ambriedes, Bill Poulos, a south african chap Timon Rossilimo and the top spot has always been held by your teachings and articles.

        Your guidance has always proven totally honest, sometimes brutally so! and I take very seriously all of your articles of which I have tried to copy and paste into a kind of basic trading tutorial and then I attempt to put them into practice in a demo account and I am slowly but very surely getting there and will not stop until i do! and most importantly as per your advice I will not risk a cent until I am certain I can proficiently and repeatedly maintain a consistent profit in the demo accounts.

        Thanks
        Mark
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Tim says:    
March 14, 2018 at 13:28

Cory,

Just wanted to say thank for the work that you do and the resources you provide here. I recently purchased your swing trading course and in my first month showed a $500 profit on a 5k account. Two weeks in to my second month, I’m already up $1200.

The layout of the course is exceptional and easy to understand from start to finish. I have limited experience trading(around a year) and I had no trouble wrapping my mind around the course.

Thanks again and best wishes,

Tim
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Elsa says:    
March 9, 2018 at 14:16

Hello Cory,

I’ve been reading your site with interest after deciding I’d like to swing trade stocks. I’ve dabbled in the crypto market for some time, but haven’t really gotten into share trading yet. I know that you’re aiming at the US market when you say to have 5-10k (USD) capital to start swing trading because of how much capital is invested/held up in each trade.

However in Europe, as you might know, we can trade in CFDs with quite small margin requirements (even smller if you use spread betting in the UK, which is like the old-style bucket shops). If you’re in a country where CFDs are offered then would it be possible to use your strategies, taking advantage of the margin and therefore starting with a smaller amount of capital? Unless there’s some value I’m not aware of that you benefit from by holding the underlying asset itself? In the case of spread betting in the UK, I presume this is also advantageous for tax since “wins” are tax-free. Would love to hear your thoughts. Thanks.
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    March 14, 2018 at 07:54

    Hi Elsa,

    Sorry for the late reply. Was on the road.

    Yes, you can trade CFDs. The strategies would work the same as the CFDs move the same as the stock.

    The only problem would be that CFDs are not offered on ALL stocks. In the course I show you how to scan for stocks that meet our strategy criteria. Each week there is a usually a handful and then the one or two you like the best are selected.

    There is no guarantee that the stocks you find will have a CFD available for trade.

    So CFDs will limit you in this regard. On this flip side, you can simply choose to trade the strategy setups when they appear in the CFDs you do have access to.

    Overall thought is this: the strategies work with CFDs, but you may have fewer trading opportunities because CFDs may not be available on every stock there is a trade setup on.
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Air says:    
January 2, 2018 at 07:57

Hello,
Do you have a performance log of the strategy you’re selling please ? In order to know what to expect when the strategy is well apply.
I know it’s depend on each trader but what are you performances please.

Regards,
Air
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    January 2, 2018 at 09:04

    Hello Air,

    I don’t typically publish results because every trader will have dramatically different results, even if using the same strategy. Small mistakes or differences of opinion on a trade will inevitably lead to different results, especially over many trades. People may also opt to use different levels of leverage, or take more or less trades. So my personal profits are not comparable to what others will make. Some people will make less than me, some will make more.
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    BUT, at times in the past I have provided trade signals on the site based on strategies very similar to those covered in the course. These trades and results were published on the site.

    Here are the results for stock swing trades:
    [percentages are account equity, not how much the stock moved]

    Stocks 20% in 6 weeks: http://vantagepointtrading.com/trending-stocks-watch-profitability-review-20-3-6-weeks/
    Stocks 31.47% in 18 weeks: http://vantagepointtrading.com/free-trending-stocks-to-watch-profitability-review-11-17-account-equity-in-12-weeks/
    Stocks 49% in 31 weeks: http://vantagepointtrading.com/free-trending-stocks-to-watch-profitability-review-16-464-account-equity-in-13-weeks-47-93-in-31-weeks/

    Again, this simply what this strategy produced at this time. How much is made varies by market conditions, and also by individual based on factors such as leverage, trades taken, and the stop loss and target levels chosen. So this numbers should not be an expectation. Some traders may make less or more than this, depending on how they implement the strategies and the stocks they opt to trade (there are thousands of stocks, so when we screen for trades it is unlikely we will all end up trading the same ones….and which stocks we opt to trade will be a huge determinant in our profit potential).

    You can also view a current and recent sampling of stocks trades on my Tradingview account: https://www.tradingview.com/u/VPTcory/

    Click on a chart and then click the play button. You will see that most of the trades have/are working out very well. Please note that these are not meant to be trade signals. And since I am publicly posting these charts, my stop losses and targets may be slightly different than shown on the chart (so no one can take advantage of knowing the exact price my trade levels are at). People who have taken the course will understand these charts, and how to find similar trades themselves. All my publicly posted trades should be viewed as a learning tool, and not as trade signals. Do you your own due diligence first, as that is why the educational course is provided in the first place 🙂

    It is Legally required to post a disclaimer any time trading results are discussed: past results do not guarantee future performance.

    I am offering trading education. What traders do with that education is up to them. Profits are out there, but they are not guaranteed.

    Cheers,
    Cory
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Abdulaziz alzhrani says:    
October 13, 2017 at 14:12

Hi cory i paid the course how i can get it
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    October 13, 2017 at 14:35

    Hi, a download link is sent out automatically after purchase. If you don’t see it, check your spam email folder. If you still don’t see it, let me know and I will send the download link manually.
    Cheers,
    Cory
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    Kevin J. says:    
    December 18, 2017 at 08:04

    Hello Cory,

    I am interested in your approach towards swing trading. I have researched day trading and just do not believe I have the availability to accommodate the time needed. In regards to your swing trading approach, I am sure I do. I have very beginner/intermediate approach to trading, but could really use the extra knowledge your offering. I would like to ask you a question.

    If I purchase this course…

    1) Will I be able to learn how to identify, choose, and select stocks for trading? As in, will I have the information/skill needed to pick the right stocks to trade?

    2) Can you use IRA’s to swing trade?

    3) What is the view on trade costs/commissions for buy/sell.

    Thanks, and I am looking forward to purchasing your course.

    Kevin
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        Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
        December 18, 2017 at 09:39

        Hi Kevin,

        A large part of the course is dedicated to finding the right stocks for each strategy. We use screeners to help us find stocks that meet certain criteria. We then manually go through these results and find the stocks that align with the strategy parameters. I cap this process at about 20 minutes each night. You can look for stocks every night, or just two or three nights out of the week (weekends are fine too) depending on how much time you have.

        Yes, you can use a registered account to swing trade. If doing so, I recommend using the approach covered in video 16 for your position sizing. There are two position sizing methods discussed in the course, but the one in video 16 is the one I use for non-leveraged accounts (like registered/retirement one).

        Your commission costs will depend on your broker. Most brokers offer commissions between $5 and 10 per trade. That is really the only cost. I usually find about 5 trades I like each month (some months may be a little less or a little more). To make sure commissions won’t eat up our gains, it is recommended people using the program have at least $10,000 to trade with. $5,000 would be the absolute minimum, but $10K+ is much better. This way, we can take a good sized position (many brokers charge the same commission whether trading 100 shares or 1000) which will result in gains that are big enough so the commission is inconsequential.

        Hope that helps.
        Cheers,
        Cory
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            Kevin J. says:    
            December 18, 2017 at 09:53

            Cory,

            I really appreciate you taking the time to respond. How do you feel about trading down? Is that something you practice? Or do you advise sticking with the uptrend for trades? Also, Do you discuss options in your course?

            Best,

            Kevin
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                Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
                December 18, 2017 at 11:22

                The course covers trading uptrend and downtrends, and being able to spot how reversals often occur. So the course can be used to trade both uptrends and downtrends, which means no matter what the market is doing we can capitalize.

                The course does not cover options at all.

John Nance says:    
September 30, 2017 at 11:52

Cory teaches many subjects on trading. One of which is wave analysis. He teaches when a market is in a trend, but more importantly, when not in a trend. Some of the analysis is subjective of course. But the longer you use the information and going back to course and studying the material again, and again, the easier the understanding becomes.
I trade the NQ futures. I am a day trader. His work is priceless. I cannot tell you how many times his methodology, understanding and teaching waves in a trend or not, that I have been successful on my analysis that when then when the immediate price action is a mess, but..my edge is knowing which direction to trade or not to trade.
His stock trading course price in the big picture is just a few ticks.
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Rams says:    
September 20, 2017 at 23:09

Hi Cory

Should I buy screening or any other software to become a swing trader, apart from buying your swing trading course?

Kind Regards
Rams
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    October 13, 2017 at 09:39

    No, you don’t need to buy any additional software. In a prior comment, you mentioned trading Aussie stocks. A quick Google search revealed several ASX stock screeners. One of those will likely do fine for what the course calls for.
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        Rams says:    
        October 13, 2017 at 17:49

        Thank you Cory
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Cesar Barroso says:    
September 20, 2017 at 09:20

Hi Cory,
Those trading stock picks that you publish weekly on Tuesday, are they your recommendation for swing trading and/or for day trading?
Have a good one,
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    September 20, 2017 at 10:16

    That list is for day trading, BUT, those are all stocks move quite a bit (especially the ones I provide daily % or $ volatility for) so they may at times present good swing trades as well….but only when a valid set up occurs (but swing trading is not the particular point of those article).
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Rams says:    
September 19, 2017 at 07:59

Thank you Cory for your prompt response.

Rams
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Rams says:    
September 15, 2017 at 09:50

Hi Cory,

I am living in Australia and planning to trade ASX stocks. Is your swing trading technique will apply to Aussie stocks or need any modification to apply them?

Thanks in advance.

Kind Regards
Rams
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    September 15, 2017 at 10:06

    Hi Rams,

    I also use it on Canadian stocks and it works fine, so it will work on Aussie stocks as well. Australia and Canada have very similar markets. The only possible issue is that I am not familiar with Australian stock screeners. Part of the course covers how to use screeners to find stocks. Assuming you know a decent a stock screener for Aussie stocks, the course should be fine. And of course if there are an issues, you can ask for a refund. No issues there.

    Cheers,
    Cory
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SJ says:    
September 9, 2017 at 23:34

Cory,
I just read thru the above and wish that this course existed in 2007 when I started my trading journey. For such a reasonable price I could saved years of time….and time is life.
All the best.
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    September 11, 2017 at 17:54

    Thanks for the feedback SJ. Best wishes on your journey!
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Robert Bailey says:    
August 30, 2017 at 20:10

Hi Cory, I just purchased the swing trading videos recently and can’t stop rewatching and taking notes. What a difference it makes to listen to your videos versus others who don’t have your extensive knowledge in technical analysis nor your “bootcamp” as I think of it where for 6 years your salary was directly tied to your profits…wow! I find your approach to trading very well thought out and simple yet I can really see how this came about from both your need to survive along with your constant studying. The concept of trading trend reversals and trend continuation just really struck a chord with me…good job! I’m a senior technical software instructor for a little over 20 years now so I’m definitely qualified to recognize a good instructor versus just a good presenter. You do a great job of taking a concept with lots of pieces and explaining it in simple terms. That’s a sign of a good instructor.
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    August 30, 2017 at 20:19

    Thanks for the comments, Robert. Much appreciated and best wishes with the trading.
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Patrick says:    
April 21, 2017 at 03:07

I mentioned I would follow up my results after purchasing the course back in November, so here it is:

It’s been about 6 months since I purchased the swing trading course by Cory and I have been live trading it for about 3 months. So although I still feel I am in the early stages of really being intimate with the strategies, I have also developed my own twists on it that I think are just as important. I hope this helps some of you who purchase it, especially those that are finding it harder than they thought it would be to profit.

1. I realized during sim trading that I could enter a trade and simply look at it once a week and let it hit target or stop. When I went live, I couldn’t just ride the trade out like I had. Seeing a trade go in your favor 3x your risk and just barely miss target only to return to your entry point for a no-win trade is absolutely heart breaking for me. Or having a trade in green a good amount then just consolidate for a week had me second guessing whether I want to take my profit now or ride it out (as a breakout in either direction could be likely). Nail biting every day I logged into my broker account and had me trying to micro manage everything.

So rather than fight those urges, I adapted it to suit my personality. Depending on the overall market, how the pattern develops and overall feel, I will take off 50-75% of my position at 1x my risk or at a logical place (just below the previous high/low - which may be 1.5x risk or more). Depending on how the pattern is developing I may just leave my stop as is or move it to break even if it shows weakness/strength on continuation. I haven’t done the statistics on it but I think it will smooth out your overall bottom line (less wild swings in P/L) and keep your win percentage up higher, BUT will you be more profitable than just letting the trade ride? I don’t think so. It might work out to be the same either way (letting it ride out or taking partials) but it’s what works for me and makes me comfortable and gives me the patience to let the second portion of my trade work its magic (or not). It gives me lots of small losers, lots of small winners and a handful of winning runners (and my ego intact as it keeps win ratio high). Also gives me lots of “phew, glad I took off a bit there” moments.

2. I’ve added overall market direction in my analysis (SPY or ES-futures). If the market is pulling back from a new high and looking to continue, it gives me extra confidence in my long positions to hit their targets or to trigger if waiting for entry long. If the market is choppy like it has been lately (4/21/2017) I will make my targets a bit more reasonable and even take off more of my position at 1x my risk or again, the first logical point exceeding 1x.

The market as of now may be viewed to some as a bearish cup and handle formation or a bullish triangle to others. Either way it has been consolidating so I like to keep targets tighter and have more control over my trades that way. If the market breaks out or down, I’ll most likely adjust my targets in those trades that are in line with the overall market.

3. I’ve added 20, 50 EMA and 200 SMA to my charts. Why? Because those are the moving averages the big players love to throw around on the news and sites. So I feel they are almost a self fulfilling prophecy for institutional traders and/or retail traders. Are those numbers special? No. Does a cross mean go long? No. I use them simply for overall consensus on a stock. If prices move below the 20 and the 50 with strong momentum, probably a good sign not to try to get long. You’d be surprised at how often they hold as support as well.

Those are just a few things I’ve adjusted to the strategies to my liking. Your experience may and should differ. As much as I want to become a consistently profitable trader yesterday, it takes time and patience to see the way patterns play out, what constitutes a failure of the pattern you’re in and when to take profit or look to exit.

And finally trading is more an art more than it is a science. So taking that into consideration, I think little things like taking partial profits, adding whatever indicators give you confidence to pull the trigger (I suggest not using them as an actual trigger as they are lagging) or even only checking trades once a week are all small steps each trader needs to give time and work through to become their own.

Like a set of golf clubs, the better you get at golf, you’ll find yourself replacing the grips, maybe replacing the driver with a different brand or swapping out a putter for the times you aren’t putting as well as you did. The strategies are all sound, it’s just those little touches each trader should add to suit their style and abilities.

And if you’re wondering, yes, I am just starting to become a little bit profitable. My first 2 months live had me going up and down, back to break even most of the time. As I adjusted, I started seeing more trades play out and getting better at it. More winners and although 3 months isn’t enough to tell whether I will be profitable in the long run, I have the tools and confidence now to make it happen.

Hope to update again in another 6 months. I’m sure it’ll be quite different than now!
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    Anonymous says:    
    June 29, 2017 at 17:56

    Great details!
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    Patrick says:    
    November 20, 2017 at 13:32

    It has been 6 months and I promised an update: (I have not viewed the updated videos so can’t comment on those)

    Well, not much has changed - I haven’t blown my account and I’m not a millionaire. I have been making small gains and ensuring my capital never takes big hits. I am up a bit in my account (maybe 10%) but I feel my improvements still come every week.

    3 major takeaways since my last post (that work FOR ME):

    1. Momentum - One thing I have to stress that I knew earlier but kept ignoring (I don’t know why - well, actually it was lack of experience) was momentum/velocity. If a stock is trending up nicely and begins to pull back, you don’t want to see a sharp move down that covers half of the leg up in 2 or 3 days. Even if it consolidates at the bottom of this sharp move, this is an entry that I never take now - actually I may even look for a short entry.

    Along the same lines, if you get a sharp strong leg up and you are looking to go long, don’t wait too long. If it consolidates near the highs or pulls back just a little, I get in as soon as new highs are made or strong momentum comes back in - these have been my bread and butter as of late. (Check out GRMN (entry @$60) and KORS (entry @$55) for recent examples)

    2. Loosen stops and take partials - I was originally sticking my stops a penny under the recent swing low that was made when going long. So many times I got stop tapped and watched as prices took off. So then I adjusted it to 5 cents. Same deal. So what’s the solution? Well, for me it is more conservative targets and stops. Now I give it a bit of wiggle room unless it is a breakout trade. Pullback trades require some “slop” because we aren’t sure it is done pulling back and there is no clearly defined entry point like a breakout/breakdown. So usually I will place a stop under the whole number below recent swing (if swing low was $45.70 I will place my stop at $44.99. Been working well so far. Some situations I still place a penny under (see below).
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    Also I take off half or 1/3 of my position at 1:1 depending on how strong it got there. If it rocketed up there, I’ll usually see if I can squeeze 2:1 out of it before taking off half my position. If it is just roly polying up to my first target I’ll take off half there. Usually for the second half I leave my original stop (so you’ll experience a lot of break even trades - good for my personality rather than taking a loser) and take off another 1/4 at 2-3:1 and let the last quarter ride, moving stops up to under the next swings low.

    3. Don’t always try to catch tops or bottoms of the pullbacks.

    I used to want to enter at the bottom of a consolidation or front-run a pullback near the bottom of the channel only to see it go against me immediately. If you do go this method, I recommend sizing into the position rather than going full size at once. Again, pullback trades require some wiggle room.

    Now, I don’t mind getting in with a bit more confirmation. If I see that a stock has a strong move up out of a channel or consolidation, I can enter on that strength, no problem. Earlier in my trading career I would’ve seen a big green candle and thought “oh shit, I missed like, the whole move, omg.” But this is probably the type of move you can stick the stop a penny under that swing low. Not only that but that strong move gives you a better chance as it kind of confirms the next move in the trend (not to be confused with chasing).

    And of course all of this I could have only really learned through experience. I’ve read and heard all of what I said from others but it won’t really resonate until you have been in the markets for a some time.

    Cheers
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        Chris says:    
        January 5, 2018 at 08:28

        Patrick, are you a full-time trader or part-time? how much time do you devote each week? Just curious
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Gegard says:    
January 26, 2017 at 01:02

Hi I have a question regarding the 1% risk on capital. Does this change dynamically with each trade. Example: I lose 5 trades in a row on $100,000 account. would I risk $950 on the next trade or do you trade based on the original amount until a threshold drawdown, say 10% or so? Same for profits. Do you risk 1% of original capital or the new higher amount?

I hope you understand the question. Thanks for your time and effort.
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    January 26, 2017 at 07:31

    Hi Gegard,

    Either way keeps your risk controlled. The “by the book” way would be to take 1% of the current account balance. But I personally use the “threshold” method pretty much as your describe. So I use 1% of the original capital. Continuing with your example…risking about 1000 on a 100,000 account. I will risk 1000 and pretty much keep that the same until the account is at 90,000 or 110,000, changing the $ risk to 900 or 1100, until the account moves 10% again.

    So there is no right or wrong, each approach has its pros and cons. That said, the threshold method is my favorite. It forces you to pull back the $ being risked when not trading well, and allows you increase $ risk when you are trading well. Plus, it will reduce the erosion of capital if a trader does hit a rough patch. But it also allows for a flexibility in that it doesn’t penalize or reward you based just a few trades…the position size only changes if a there is a decent sized move in account value.

    Hope that provides a good overview.

    Cheers,
    Cory
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        Nedzad says:    
        August 12, 2017 at 13:44

        What about penny stocks,Are the priciples the same?
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            Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
            August 12, 2017 at 13:53

            For risk control and position size, yes. the principles are the same.
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Alan says:    
January 14, 2017 at 23:14

I will eventually be trading with an IRA account where I can’t short stock. What can I use as a substitute when a short opportunity arises?
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    January 15, 2017 at 10:12

    Just focus on the long trading opportunities. Without leverage is quite likely only one or two trades will be deployed at any time anyway.

    There are “inverse etfs” which moves up when the asset it tracks falls. These etfs can be bought to take advantage of the decline in the asset. BUT, they often move in a weird way over long periods of time, since they only reflect daily price changes and not long-term price changes. Therefore, I don’t recommend they are traded unless you research them, see how they move (over the short-term and long-term) and practice trading them (just like anything else).
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Denana Dubbin says:    
January 14, 2017 at 21:54

Hi Cory.

I just purchased your Stock Market Swing Trader Course. Is it okay to come by here to ask you questions about the course. Thus far I’m not sure where to look for historical charts or where to open a demo account. I have trading account where I have been doing some small trades. It’s through TD. Do they have demo accounts? Thank you very all this knowledge.
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    January 15, 2017 at 09:51

    Hi,
    I believe you are from Canada, correct?
    Yes, you can ask questions here. Alternatively, you can send me emails directly (I may answer the questions here, or, if likely many people have the same question…then I will write an article/video and post a link to it here). You can use the TD thinkorswim demo account discussed in the course. While the demo is available to anyone, thinkorswim is not available to Canadians for live/real-money trading. You can still practice on that platform though (and use it for charts), and then use your normal TD account for trades once you feel comfortable taking live trades. You can continue to sign up for new demo accounts definitely, as they will expire every 30 days.

    You can also find charts within your Canadian TD investment account. Once you are in the account, click on Quote. Then input a stock symbol (provided by the screens you will learn about in the course). Select the stock. For example, input FB (which is Facebook) and then select it from the dropdown. A little window will pop up. On the very bottom right there is a little link that says “Charts’. Click on that.

    Better charts are available for free at https://app.technicianapp.com/ or https://www.tradingview.com

    Just to provide some other options, demo accounts with brokers that do open accounts for Canadians are also available at: https://www.interactivebrokers.com/en/index.php?f=1286 and http://www.questrade.com/trading/free-trial
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        Denana Dubbin says:    
        January 15, 2017 at 12:14

        Awesome. Thanks for your quick reply. I’m really looking forward to diving into all of this. And yes, I am from Canada.
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            Deanna Dubbin says:    
            January 16, 2017 at 15:03

            Ooops. I misspelled my own name. I just fixed it.
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            Dettmar Bessel says:    
            January 21, 2017 at 18:51

            I am not sure if you use the Advanced Dashboard at TD but it has helped me with charting and tracking. Not bad for a retail solution. Only $30 per month if you are under 30 trades per quarter (ten per month basiclly)
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        Cesar says:    
        August 17, 2017 at 20:52

        Cory, you wrote that thinkorswim is not available but to Americans. Is it available to Americans living abroad?
        Thanks in advance for your answer.
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            Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
            August 17, 2017 at 22:03

            I not sure about this. You may have to contact them and ask.

            Are you looking to open a live account or to just demo trade?

            If you are just looking for a demo account, I would also recommend TradingView.com. TradingView is also free and can demo trade by opening a chart > click the Trading Panel at the bottom of the page > click Paper Trading. So a couple options for demo trading.

            For a live account, if you are a US resident I can’t image you will have too much trouble opening an account with most brokers. I know a few people in your situation have also opened an account with InteractiveBrokers.

            Cheers,
            Cory
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                Cesar says:    
                August 18, 2017 at 11:52

                Very helpful answer, Cory. Thank you.
                Cheers,
                Cesar

Anonymous says:    
January 11, 2017 at 01:40

do you have one for futures?
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    January 11, 2017 at 15:28

    No, and there likely won’t be…at least not for a number of years if there is one.
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pat says:    
November 29, 2016 at 15:33

Can I use the same two swing trading strategies for day trading? Thanks
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    November 29, 2016 at 16:54

    The general concept of the strategies I use are similar whether day trading or swing trading. While you can definitely extract useful information (such as the market basics, how to practice, order types, analysis concepts and general strategies), everything would need to be fine-tuned to day trading. You would need to put in additional practice to make sure you can apply the concepts on very short time frames.

    This is a swing trading course, and there are certain things that I do when day trading that are not covered in this course (which aren’t required for swing trading).

    So the short answer is: The course may help with day trading, but that is not its intent-it teaches swing trading. If you are a day trader and want to see if the course helps you, you are welcome to buy the course and if it is not what you are looking for you may ask for a refund.

    Cheers,
    Cory
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Patrick says:    
November 23, 2016 at 20:57

Review:

I bought Cory’s ebook back in July of 2016 and found it a great resource for a trader just starting out. After subscribing to and jumping to other sites and (what I thought to be more advanced) strategies, I always seem to come back to Cory’s ebook for guidance and simplicity. It has become a cornerstone to my trade journey. I will come back to why I mention the ebook soon….

Being more of a visual learner, I had to try out the swing trading course. I just finished my first viewing of the series (it took me about a week, an hour or two each night after work) and will now view it again, taking my time and jotting down notes and setting up my ToS platform layout, etc.

While viewing the series, you will have many questions pop up. This is where Cory did a great job of answering these questions as the series progresses. Almost all of the questions that sprang to mind were answered within the next video or two. It is thorough and well thought out. For this reason, I don’t recommend jumping around from video 5 to 3 then 7. Watch them in progression as it all ties in with each other and builds off the previous.

If you were an ebook purchaser, this video series really expands upon and ties in with it. So a lot of things that I thought “ok I get it” from the ebook, I realized later that I didn’t. Only after seeing it visually did a lot of concepts in the ebook click, especially the importance of momentum and velocity.

So my recommendation for anyone starting out is to purchase the ebook first (he offers your money back if you don’t find it useful) which lays out a lot of the things you will be unfamiliar with in the video course. If you have the ebook, this is well worth your time and money which focuses more on the same topics.

For someone (myself) who has joined the chat rooms, bought penny stock make-a-gazillion-dollars courses, watched countless hours of youtube videos on every technical indicator, price action is what I always come back to. I have ADHD when it comes to strategies and discipline. I have been switching to this and that when I don’t win every time. I get bored and throw out orders that aren’t part of the plan. This is what makes trading so difficult and I appreciate how this series concentrates on basically 2 strategies. It’s narrowing down and simplifying that is the hurdle for me, not lack of knowledge or more indicators and strategies.

Overall, for the absolute beginner, I think this course might be a bit tough to absorb in one viewing so I recommend you read up on the basics first or try out the ebook beforehand. I am looking forward to my second viewing and hopefully will follow up this post with my sim results.
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    smithb20 says:    
    December 1, 2016 at 08:21

    Thanks for your review, Patrick. It is helpful. Which eBook are your referring to? I see an eBook page that appears to be links to others’ webpages, but I can’t seem to find one Cory wrote.

    Cory, is your eBook included in the course now and not available separately perhaps?
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        Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
        December 1, 2016 at 08:41

        The eBook Patrick is referring to is the Forex Strategies Guide (http://vantagepointtrading.com/forex-day-trading-and-swing-trading-strategy-guide)…listed under the Trading Courses drop down menu. It’s the only ebook/course I sell.

        It is a forex ebook, while the video course discussed on this page focuses on stocks. That said, there are many trading concepts that overlap even though they are different markets. I will work on creating a way to bundle them. In the meantime, bundling them would need to be done manually (if you are interested in both). I will shoot you an email with details.

        Cheers,
        Cory
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    Simon says:    
    December 4, 2016 at 03:56

    Hi Patrick, you sound very similar to me. There is so much information out there that it is hard to know actually what works and everyone is either trying to palm you off or endorse someone else. I agree with the beginner comment as well. Beginners will need to look at some really basic fundamental information first.
    All in all I found this very user friendly and am now ready for the next part of the journey. Methodically practicing and mastering these strategies before I even think about looking at something else.
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Raza says:    
November 22, 2016 at 09:05

Cory,

I found your interesting video on youtube and landed on your site. The video is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHdw7NzxeXY#t=748.521378
Are you going to use the same tools mentioned in the video? I like your teaching style and the tools you mentioned. Also I have no idea about technical analysis is the course going to cover technical analysis for beginners?

Thanks
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    November 22, 2016 at 09:35

    Hi Raza,
    Thanks for the feedback. The course does not cover technical analysis as a whole (a very big topic) rather it only covers the tools that are needed for the strategies discussed in the course. So the course covers how to analyze the price chart (for the two strategies covered) how to find trades and how to place orders. It also covers some stock market basics, and exercises are provided throughout the course so you can learn the material in a demo account before risking real capital.

    Ultimately, if the course isn’t what you are looking for (or is a bit too advanced for you at this time), then just shoot me an email and I will refund your money.
    Cheers,
    Cory
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        Raza says:    
        November 22, 2016 at 22:15

        Cory,

        Thanks for your reply. What I am looking for is to start swing trading as passive income. I assume that your course focus is swing trading based on exact steps to follow for newbies. Right?
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            Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
            November 28, 2016 at 08:10

            I provide the swing trading strategies to follow, but there IS work and research that goes on. You may find 5 stocks one night that meet all the strategy criteria; the job of the trader is to narrow it down and take only the one or two that offer the best opportunity. The course covers this topic-how to analyze charts so you pick the best opportunities. But it does take some work. Practicing the strategies will take some time in a demo account. Then, once you are comfortable with analyzing charts and spotting the trades, it will likely take 20-30 minutes a couple times a week to find and place trades. Once trades are placed there is very little work, except looking for potential new trades when the current ones complete.
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        Raza says:    
        November 22, 2016 at 22:20

        Cory,

        Also, is there any pre-requisite for taking this course to be successful?
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            Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
            November 28, 2016 at 08:04

            Hi Raza, sorry for the delay.

            I do cover stock market basics in the course, therefore there aren’t any pre-requisites.
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            Raza says:    
            November 29, 2016 at 10:39

            I know zero about technical analysis but I will take the chance and buy your course. Thanks
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Mukuta Khan says:    
November 19, 2016 at 13:20

Hi. Good
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Beata says:    
November 15, 2016 at 12:10

Do you have any discounts for black Friday …. or for Thanksgiving….?
Thank you - have a great Holiday.
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    November 15, 2016 at 12:52

    Thank you for your interest and question. Have a great holiday as well 🙂
    The course is currently on sale for the introductory price of $179, through to the end of the year. After that it will be $229.
    Cheers,
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Patrick says:    
August 26, 2016 at 15:19

Looking forward to getting this course as soon as it’s released. Loved the eBook and has payed for itself several times over. Keep up the amazing work Cory!

Patrick
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Jimmy says:    
August 9, 2016 at 05:47

Hi Cory,

Apart from the different capital requirements, what other differences are there between swing trading stocks and trading forex?

Are there factors or benefits that come with trading stocks that are absent when trading forex?

Thank you for your help!

Jimmy
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    Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
    August 9, 2016 at 08:04

    Having traded both extensively over the last 12 years, there really isn’t much difference to me. It is more just about which market you prefer to trade. Forex has a couple things going for it…one is higher leverage (just allows you to take more trades at one time, which is fine because risk on each trade is always strictly controlled) and the forex market is open 24-hours a day during the week which means there are no daily price gaps. Daily price gaps can be an issue for a stock swing trader. That said, based on how I trade, the gaps have not been an issue for me when trading stocks, so really there is very little difference other than the capital requirements. So again, more just what you prefer to be trading and in involved in.
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Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
July 14, 2016 at 11:55

The course will be available shortly, but if you have questions about it in the meantime, ask away!
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    Alan says:    
    October 22, 2016 at 12:43

    I want to know the minimum amount of capital in a trading account I need to swing trade what I learn from your course. It makes no sense to purchase the course if I’m under capitalized.
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        Cory Mitchell, CMT says:    
        October 22, 2016 at 13:12

        I provide some details on this above:

        “to utilize this course effectively you should have $10,000+ in trading capital; with only $5,000+ you will likely need to utilize leverage, which may not be everyone’s preference.”

        So $5,000 is the minimum, but $10,000 is preferred. With smaller accounts, commissions and fees just become too much of a factor.
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