Hello friends and welcome to another informative podcast by Angel Broking. Let’s dive right in by defining Swing Trading. Swing Trading is a method of investing in the stock market. Traders who practice Swing Trading hold stocks for a few days to a few weeks, lying in wait for a substantial price hike before selling them. The better the trader’s estimation of the perfect time to sell, the better are his profits. This is in dire contrast to the typical trader – in essence a day trader – who buys and sells all his stock within a single trading day, holding no stock overnight. Swing trading is just one among several methods of stock market investment. According to experts, traders should ensure the trading method that they favour works well with the stocks that they intend on trading. It does make sense – after all, you’re very unlikely to garnish a daal makhani with oregano and similarly it is rare to see someone douse a pizza with schezwan sauce. Indeed, there are norms and reasons for certain foods being paired with others and similarly, there are certain norms and reasons for certain stocks being paired with certain methods.