Investing vs. Day Trading vs. Swing Trading — What’s the Difference?

And how to tell which one is for you.

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I often see people in social media groups using the word “investing” to mean trading and “trading” to mean investing. Here’s the difference. If you find this content valuable, please click the follow button and/or give a few claps.

Pace LaVia is a freelance reporter specializing in cryptocurrency, renewable energy, and other future technologies.

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Pace LaVia is a freelance reporter specializing in cryptocurrency, renewable energy, and other future technologies.

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