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Stock Day Trading - beginners guide

Stock Day Trading with the SureFireThing Camarilla Equation and with individual securities - is it possible?', The answer, in our humble opinion is yes. The system works equally well for ANY liquid instrument, be it a stock, a futures contract, a currency, an option or other instrument, and that of course includes stock day trading. The key is that the instrument is liquid (i.e. traded in good volume). We would advise against stock day trading with smaller securities ('penny stocks') as their prices are too easy for the big players to push around.


Stock Day Trading - an example

As an example, lets's take a look at Dell, on the 20th May 2003:-

Stock Day Trading Dell

As you can see, the 'L3' levels suggested by the SureFireThing Camarilla Equation picked the high and low for the day almost exactly. There are any number of straightforward stock day trading plays here, including short from just after 10am, long from 13:30 or thereabouts, and more, as discussed in the stock Day Trading course.


Stock Day Trading - another example

Here's another stock day trading example from the same day - this time, a beginner's trade in Vodafone.

Stock Day Trading Vodafone

The Camarilla {B} level shown by the red line is the 'Go Long' level, and as you can see, it marks an extremely significant price level for this stock. Armed with the knowledge of where that level is the day before, do you think you could have traded that day to a straightforward profit? Stock Day Trading doesn't get much simpler than this!




Whether you trade 100 shares or 1000 shares, Stock Day Trading has never been easier than with the levels suggested by the SureFireThing Camarilla Equation.