Here are two recent charts of Atlas Line trades. As you can see, for January 6, there were many opportunities even though the angle of the line was rather flat. These additional traders were Strength and Pullback trades. The exact rules for finding these trades and how to take them are covered during the live training. In short, they provide signals that continue in the overall direction of the Atlas Line. On Jan. 6, the candles were above the line, so the bias was long, hence the long Strengths and Pullbacks. This was one of those trending mornings that only starting to chop around 1:00 p.m. EST. This is why we often say the morning is the best time to trade. Like most of our strategies, the Atlas Line is meant to work on a 5-min chart.
On January 5, 2017, the Atlas Line provided decent Short signals despite the chop. All of the Pullback and Strength trades are on the short side because price was below the Atlas Line. The signals you see here are the exact same that you would see on your chart. After purchasing the Atlas Line, all you have to do is follow the simple licensing steps, then add the Atlas Line to your chart. If you live in a time zone other than US/Eastern, you can customize the MarketOpen time to when the E-mini opens in your local time zone. From there, the signals will automatically appear. It’s then up to you to trade them based on the rules you’re taught in the video and the live training.