Atlas Line Short and Long Signals Made Easy


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Here’s a recent Atlas Line trade taken by John Paul. The software produced a short signal at 2259 followed by a long signal at 2261.75. That first trade was a good one, as it reached the profit target. Limit orders are great, but market orders are sometimes preferred. Try to have no more than a tick of slippage. The order was filled at 2262, only a tick above the entry signal price. Remember to always have a stop loss in place to protect you from significant loss. Trading is risky, so only trade with money you can afford to lose. With the Atlas Line, John Paul uses multiple stop losses. When the conditions are met for any of these, he’s out of the trade. The stop strategies are explained in the live training session that’s included with purchase. Remember, when in a trade, don’t walk away from the chart! Keep an eye on it. Sometimes, price may touch your target and bounce off. Trade management is really important, as you can prevent big losses. Markets are constantly changing. That’s why the ATR (Average True Range) is used. John Paul uses it as a dynamic, real-time measurement of what price may be able to accomplish at a given moment. For this trade, the profit target of 2263.25 (+1.25) was hit within 15 minutes. By using the Atlas Line, you can get the same signals John Paul sees.

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