Account Size

Position Size

Stop Size

Optimal Entry Zone

Profit Targets

Determine your risk tolerance:

Before making any trades, you need to determine how much you are willing to risk per trade. This will help you establish a maximum stop protection amount. Every trade setup must have a reward that justifies the risk taken. The risk/reward ratio measures the potential profit against the potential loss of a trade. To achieve a high probability of success, traders should only enter trades that have a favorable risk/reward ratio, typically 4:1 or greater. This means that the potential profit should be at least four times the potential loss of the trade. By using risk/reward analysis, traders can manage their risk effectively and maximize their profits.

Calculate position size:

Once you have established your maximum stop protection amount, you can calculate your position size. This will depend on the price of the security, your risk tolerance, and your trading account balance. (New Trader Average Account Size $30,000). DO NOT RISK MORE THAN 1% IN ANY ONE TRADE

Implement stop protection:

Once you have determined your position size, you can implement your stop protection. With the swingarm pressure system, you have the ability to customize your stop protection and use it as a trailing stop protection to protect your profits.

Establish a daily stop-loss budget by setting a maximum amount of funds to allocate for stops. For instance, setting a limit of $1200 for the day would allow for up to four trades in the session. If all four trades are stopped, the maximum loss for the day would be $1200. Example: 1 ES Contract and 6 Point Stop. $300 Max loss per trade.

$30,000 X 1% (RISK % PER TRADE) = $300



Maximum allowance for losses in one day:

If trading 1 ES Contract, the maximum allowable loss for the worst day should be -$1200 or less.

If trading 1 MES Contract, the maximum allowable loss for the worst day should be ---- Qty 1 = -$120 or less. If Qty = 4 - $480.00 ----

ES SwingArm Trading Plan
Setting Up SwingArm Alerts on TradingView

What does a good day trading looks like:

Spreadsheet Illustration for ES 500 & MES 500 Futures

mes SwingArm Trading Plan

If your account is really small, start small and grow from there. Just be patient and study.

SwingArm trading plan 1 MES ILLustration for small accounts.
Supporting Chart for above entries.


Traders have multiple ways to enter a trade when using the SwingArm Pressure System. These include:

Cease trading for the day if a trader exhausts their allowable 4 trades and all 4 end up with stop losses.

Key Steps in Successful Trading

Entering the freshly created Swingarm buy or sell bucket zones (Bearish / Bullish Setups)

regular swingarm sell zones
Down Trending SwingArm Sell Zones
regular swingarm buy zones
Regular Swingarm Buy Zones

Entering at the freshly created High Pressure Swingarm buy or sell bucket zones

High Pressure SELL ZONES
High Pressure SELL ZONES
High Pressure - BUY ZONES
High Pressure - BUY ZONES

Entering at Optimal Entry Boxes

Swingarm Pressure System Buy Box
Optimal Entry Box - Bullish

Using trendline pressure signals to enter a trade.

Trendline Pressure Signals
Trendline Pressure Signals

Entering at extreme buy or sell signals, particularly when in agreement with higher timeframe areas of interest or when combined with trendline pressure signals.

Extreme Long Entry Signal with Zone 4 Combo
Extreme Long Entry Signal with Zone 4 Combo
Bullish Waves - SwingArm Trading
Bullish Waves - SwingArm Trading
Bearish Waves - SwingArm Trading

Set profit targets:

The swingarm pressure system also provides potential profit targets. You can use these targets to determine when to take profits or when to stay in the trade as long as the 1-minute swingarm stays with the trend. Trading from zone to zone using the swingarm makes it easy to see where to enter and where to take profits.
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