Here’s a review of the Atlas Line signals that occurred Oct. 8, 2019. If you were using the Atlas Line with the same settings, you would see the same signals. Note the nice Short trade that occurred early on and another that occurred around 11:30 a.m. ET. When there are two closing bars above or below, you’ll get a Long or Short signal, respectively. There was a Long signal later in the day that John Paul covers around 3:40 in the video.
We try to take an objective approach. We use the ATR (Average True Range) to determine the profit target and stop loss. It’s important to have stops in place to protect yourself. We teach you what to use in the training video. The Atlas Line uses multiple stop loss strategies. The S and P signals are for Strength and Pullback trades. There are specific rules that cover those signals. You can enable or disable those signals if you don’t want to see them. The Atlas-B trades are for “bounce” trades. These are optional as well. Remember, not every trade will be a winner of course! We happily point that out in this video and elsewhere.