Free swing trade stock watch lists are posted several times per week. We post chart breakdowns inside our Discord. These are stocks to watch only. We teach both stocks and options in our community. Our traders are very diverse and do a mix of swing trading and day trading. The watch lists that we post are a guide to help you learn to trade. Please practice trading our swing trade watch list in a paper trading account before trading with real money.
Stock Watch Lists 3-22
We go over our watch lists and other large-cap stocks running each day live in our trade rooms in Discord. Please read our disclaimer and do not buy any symbols unless you know how to trade. (Bookmark this page and check it daily).
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How Stock Watch Lists Work
Here’s a summary of what we do; we map out support and resistance on the stocks we’ve put into our swing trade stock watch lists. Then we create an alert signal. In this case, our trading alert “signals” are set at key levels that we’re watching for a potential breakout or a breakdown.
Our trading alert “signals” are NOT signals to buy or sell. Namely, they’re levels to watch for a potential breakout or breakdown, depending on market direction. There’s no way to predict what a stock will do ahead of time. The best thing we can do as traders is to use patterns, support, and resistance as our guide. Please do not take any trades on our watchlists unless you know how to trade.
We’re all about helping our community members become self-sufficient traders. We teach how to empower yourself as a trader and not make you reliant upon any trading service. While we do our best to provide you with the tools necessary to simplify your journey, it’s ultimately up to you to put in the hard work.
It’s important to be aware of stock pumping services that are out there in the trading industry. There are a lot of trading “gurus” out there that are stock pumpers, so be careful when following trades in their trade rooms, especially in the penny stock world. It’s harder to pump up larger-cap stocks.
Penny stock pumpers are a dime a dozen. These “gurus” get their positions, then tell you to get in before the stock explodes, which pushes the price up. This is called pumping or front loading. After you follow them into the trade, they sell their positions, and you end up bag-holding.
You're in Control
It’s much harder to pump stocks when trading larger-cap stocks; we’re all about protecting our community members. The best stock watchlists come from understanding technical analysis and being able to make split-second decisions as a trader. When looking at our stock watchlists, make sure that support levels hold before looking for entries, and be aware of potential reversal patterns at resistance levels so you know when to exit a trade.
Having a daily watch list is important to have prepared each day, and we try to make the process easier for you. Ultimately, it’s all up to you as a trader. There isn’t some magic formula or foolproof way to make money as a trade.
Make sure to check out our other lists section above that goes over the most popular stocks in each sector. We took the most popular sectors, such as gold, oil, pot stocks, and bitcoin, and added the most popular companies and ticker symbols. We’ll mention when those particular sectors are running in our trade rooms.
Check those corresponding lists when that particular sector is running. You can also create a section inside your broker in your stock watch list app. Please don’t buy any of those symbols without proper technical and fundamental research.
Stock Watch List Apps
TD and many other trading brokers offer a stock watch list app, which can be useful. If you’re at work or on the go, it’s nice to have our options watchlist uploaded into your brokerage account ready to go.
It’s important to monitor them throughout the day because they often take several days to break. We typically put stocks on the watchlist holding their end-of-day highs in anticipation of a next-day breakout. However, you’ll find that they often have a couple of pullback days, thus forming bull flags or cup and handle patterns on the daily charts.
This is a prime setup for a potential daily breakout. These bull flag patterns form within overall cup and handle patterns on the daily charts. Make sure to wait for confirmation before trading, though. Remember, it’s important to buy low and sell high, aka, buy at support and sell at resistance levels.
Support and Resistance
Support and resistance are key levels that most traders pay attention to. Therefore, if a stock on our stocks to watch this week list breaks above or below those set-up levels and the signal fires off, then it’s a trade you can consider. Always make sure to look at the charts first, though. Look at what the moving averages are telling you, along with the patterns. It’s also important to realize that many of the best traders fail 30-40% of the time. They don’t hit home runs on every trade.
Swing Trade Room
You should check out our trade rooms if you’d like to learn how to apply swing trading in the real world. This is where our stock watchlists and trading comes to life. We review our watch lists, map out support and resistance levels, and teach how to trade live.
Our swing trade room is a great place to ask questions and practice trading our swing trade stock market watchlists in real time in a paper trading account. Feel free to ask questions in our trade rooms. We have several mods and community members that love helping traders out. Also, take our free swing trading and options courses if you need more help.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Have a good stock scanner
- Scan for stocks holding highs or support
- Check if the stock has breaking news
- Map out support and resistance levels
- Set breakout alert levels in your brokerage account
- Check premarket the following day
- See if there’s any premarket volume on symbols
- Narrow down your watch list
- Map out intraday support and resistance
- Decide if you’re going to take any trades
- Seeking Alpha
- Zacks Investment Research
- Yahoo Finance
- TD Ameritrade
A stock watchlist is a list of symbols or tickers of stocks that may be looking to break out or break down on daily, weekly, or monthly stock charts. Traders or investors create watch lists as a guide for what stocks to trade potentially. They can be used for day trading or swing trading, including penny stocks or large-cap stocks.