BYW, I agreed with you on most accounts. YOu should note that if the stock closes strong, chances are it'll open just as strong or gap up a bit until 10 AM ET, then it'll usually fall about 15c. This is not just today, but a very common pattern. So if one were to combine both a combination of daily instincts and swing instincts, you'll do great.
Unfortunately for me, I did not get in on a low price, it'll be jus too risky for me a take a chance like that. I really do not forsee PVN going above $4 by year-end unless some major positive news is released.
Swing trading is easy! Like you bought today low and sold in a day trade. The only difference with swing trades is you hold it a little longer. Some as alittle as 3 days and as long as 2 weeks. Its pretty basic.