Product Review: MarketGauge The Complete Swing Trading System
MarketGauge is a robust trading enterprise. In an earlier Stocks & Commodities review, I examined Market Gauge’s Opening Range Success Formula trading system. The Opening Range course focuses on strategies for daytrading, while the Swing Trading system focuses on trades that last from a half day to a week or more. When you go to the website you’ll see a number of products offered for sale, including the Swing Trading course for $1,297. But you also get a number of other items for that $1,297, so let’s spend a minute on the other items.
The Complete Swing Trading System has a number of component parts. A set of videos trains you in a system called the Swing Trading Blue Print as well as an ongoing set of activities called the Swing Trading Mastery Program, which you get free for a month when you take the course; you can sign up for the Mastery Program at $147 a month afterward. The Mastery Program gets you all the components and pieces except Big View (to be covered separately in a future review). You’ll see the words “Big View” on the menu line when you access the Swing Trading Blue Print, but it is more accurately referred to as “Little Big View” since “Little Big View” is a summary, while “Big View” has more than a dozen market breadth indicators. You can also elect to just get one of the pieces.
The pieces are broken into three components. Mish’s Market Minute, for $124.99 a month, contains everything except HotScans and Big View, but includes one hour a month of live coaching. The other two components cost $75 a month if you buy them separately, and they are HotScans or the Nuggets List and Etf Monitor. As a separate item you can get Big View for $49 a month. Again, the $1,297 package includes the Swing Trading Mastery Program for one month, as well as providing the training for the MarketGauge Swing Trading System. The Mastery Program contains everything except Big View, which in terms of components has both Mish’s Market Minute and HotScans. Now let’s look at all of the parts.