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Watch Lists


 

Watch Lists

 

A watch list is a list of symbols (stocks, Indices etc) that you wish to monitor for trades.

You build a watch list by:

  • Deciding on a name for the watch list such as "My best US stocks"

  • Choose a new symbol you wish to add to the watch list

  • Evaluate the symbol's potential to see if it one worth trading (see separate page)

  • Optimise the symbol so SwingTrader can find the best settings to trade with

  • Check a back test to see if profitability is up to standard to keep in your watch list

You can very easily build as many watch lists as you like and move symbols from one watch list to another. The example shown above is a US Stocks watch list where all stocks have been optimised. The bottom two stocks are showing red and amber traffic lights (see separate page) therefore they should be deleted or moved and replaced by better performing stocks before trading this watch list.

Some help to get you started!

When you first open SwingTrader you will see an example watch list containing.

  • UK stocks
  • US stocks
  • Indices

There are only a few random symbols in each and some have been optimised and some not - just to give you a few examples to "play" with immediately. Please do not expect these to be good candidates to trade, they are just there as example symbols.

In the SwingTrader Help section you will see links to the SwingTrader Members website where you will see example watch lists (UK, US and Indices) with many more stocks for you to add, evaluate and optimise. You can add these stocks to your own watch list if they fit your criteria as stocks you wish to trade.

We have tried to make it as easy as possible for you to get up and running quickly.

ALL major exchanges around the world are supported - see Free Data page.

 






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Welcome and thank you for visiting my website.
My name is David Graeme-Smith and I have been trading for a number of years and full time since 2002.

Like most traders I went through a period of learning and losses before I began to make money. Trading profitably is not easy and one of my key aims now is to help other traders achieve profits without having to go through the long and painful period of losses where most traders are forced to give up because they run out of capital - often money they can't afford to lose.

SST SwingTrader is a very clever piece of "next generation" software that I have developed to boost your trading performance by using the enormous power of the modern computer.

Please take your time to have a good look around and I hope you decide to take the trial and assess the software for yourself.

I wish you every success with your trading.


David Graeme-Smith

Customer Quotes

"I really cannot emphasise just how impressed I am with the SST SwingTrader! Quite apart from the astonishing results we have been able to achieve thus far its also so user friendly and simply to operate.” Ken & Anne Evans

“What an amazing concept. Full marks for developing this software”. Peter Thrussell

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To look at other ways that I support traders please visit my Short Swing Trading home page.