A Textbook Example of a Swing Trade
- AtriCure, a recent Oxford Swing Trader recommendation, generated huge double-digit gains for investors in just four short trading days.
- In today’s video, Nicholas Vardy explains how this was a textbook example of a swing trade.
I’ve been writing about swing trading a lot lately.
And for good reason…
Swing trading is one of my favorite ways to make money. This approach allows investors to bet on a stock’s short-term moves and profit no matter what the rest of the stock market is doing.
So I’m excited to share the next installment of my new video series, Swing Trading: Nick’s Picks. In today’s video, I’ve got a textbook case of a swing trade. It’s the perfect example of what makes swing trades so powerful… and profitable.
Click here to watch today’s video.
Give it a watch, then share your thoughts in the comments.
And if you’d like to learn more about my swing trading strategy that helps investors score double- and triple-digit gains in just a few days, be sure to check out my Oxford Swing Trader service.
About Nicholas Vardy
An accomplished investment advisor and widely recognized expert on quantitative investing, global investing and exchange-traded funds, Nicholas has been a regular commentator on CNN International and Fox Business Network. He has also been cited in The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Newsweek, Fox Business News, CBS, MarketWatch, Yahoo Finance and MSN Money Central. Nicholas holds a bachelor’s and a master’s from Stanford University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. It’s no wonder his groundbreaking content is published regularly in the free daily e-letter Liberty Through Wealth.