A low when a trader buys/sells at a specific price or trade execution level that sets the threshold of the price where the price is at it or execution level. Usually, a swing low has price targets (e.g. the level where the price is where it currently is as shown on the chart, or the top price of the trade which trades at that level) and price ranges that are generally known in the market.
What is an “exuberant” or “hyper” low in trading?
An “exuberant” price or trade execution is one where the trading activity is going up above the current price of the stock to a level that is greater than the current price of the stock. For example, if you buy 100 shares of a stock at $75 and sell them at $100, then the stock is trading at $75 and you are making $5 profit. However, if you then buy 100 shares at $100, then sell them at $100, the stock is trading at $77 and you are making $1 profit. In this example, you are trading much higher than the current price so there really is no profit from trading, but it is worth thinking about.
Is there a higher limit for “swing” low in trading?
Yes, there is a “swing high limit trade limit” limit as well. Since many traders are at very low levels and sometimes even at zero (ex: at one stock price), there is a “swing high limit” which typically is set at 1,000 to 2,000. Usually, the swing high limit in trades is set higher than the normal 1,000-2,000.
When should I buy/sell I want high odds for a “swing low”?
The higher the odds, the more trading “potential”, the more time and effort it takes to get a win. When you are buying high odds, it’s going to take a lot more focus and time from you. If the odds for a swing low are already high enough, then you can usually afford to buy a little higher than usual. If it really looks like there’s a good trade, you should wait for it to be confirmed before going for the swing high.
What is the minimum range for a swing low?
To get a swing low, you will have to trade the bottom price. For example, if you expect the 1,000 stock to trade at the bottom price, and there is