Each day after the market has closed you simply click a button and the SwingTrader will analyse your watch list of stocks/Indices and give you a list of prospective (or possible) trades for the next day. You will be given an entry price and a stop loss level for each prospective trade.
What this means is that if the entry price quoted by SwingTrader is hit during the next day's trading your trade should open and immediately have a stop loss in place at the level given.
So at a time convenient to you (usually before the market opens the next day) you can contact your broker or go on line and place an "Order to open" the trade at the price level given and also place the order for the stop loss should the trade open.
For non US residents who wish to trade via financial spread betting you can simply go into your trading platform and enter the orders in the same way as above but you must make sure that you allow for any difference between the spread price and the market price shown in SwingTrader. There is more information available on the SwingTrader members website on this subject if you are new to spread betting.
In the example below you can see three prospective trades ready for the next day. Two of these are short trades and one long trade. You can set SwingTrader to only take long trades if that is the way you trade.