The Atlas Line was on fire on April 12, 2017. The Atlas Line’s five signals for April 12, 2017 produced +17 ticks or +$212.50 (trading one contract). If trading two or more contracts, simply multiply. Note that slippage, broker fees, and other deductions are not applied. See DayTradeToWin Atlas Line reviews from verified traders.
Remember, the Atlas Line will produce a short signal whenever there are two closing bars below the dashed line. The S signals you see are for Strength trades. The P signals are for Pullback trades. The rules for these signals are taught during the live training.
The first signal appeared at 10:00 a.m. with a short at 2347.25. This trade was worth 9 ticks. A second short signal, worth 10 ticks, appeared at 10:30 a.m. Why are the trades worth this amount? The profit target is based on the current ATR (Average True Range) value. It’s important to trade with reasonable profit target and stop loss goals to minimize risk and increase profit potential.
The remaining signals are for Strength and Pullback trades. You can see the approximate entry positions and outcome. Losing trades are inevitable part of day trading. You need to make sure your system produces more winners overall over a larger time frame. And, as always, make sure you can afford to trade considering the risk involved.