The Atlas Line consists of the plotting line, Dbl Bar Long and Dbl Bar Short signals, and any small S (Strength Trade) and P (Pullback Trade) marks you see on the chart. These indications are plotted automatically. All you have to do to configure the Atlas Line is supply the market open time and the signals are then generated.
On July 17, 2014, two consecutive bars close above the plotting Atlas Line to generate a Long (or buy) signal at 1973.75. Notice the Atlas Line plotting as a dashed, pink line behind the large green candle. John Paul places a limit order at the closing price of the second bar above the Atlas Line, which is the entry price of 1973.75. He advises never to chase the market for a higher entry, as that will lead to smaller profits and the market possibly turning against you. The order is then filled. Notice the stop loss is rather large – this is a catastrophic stop, which acts as a safety net in case price unexpectedly decides to take off against the anticipated market direction. In most cases, this catastrophic stop is never hit – if the profit target is not hit, one of the lesser stop losses is usually hit, such as the prove-it stop, time-based stop, or pivot-stop. For all Atlas Line trades, the ATR (Average True Range) is used to calculate the profit target. The ATR provides a realistic value of volatility and what can be achieved in terms of potential profit. As shown, this first trade is good for over 1.5 points of profit. A short trade was produced about an hour later as a result of two consecutive closing bars below the Atlas Line. The signal as generated at 1968. This would have been an excellent trade.
On January 7, 2014, John Paul conducted a live webinar where he answered questions, went over the Atlas Line, and gave his predictions for the upcoming year.
The presentation starts off with using the Bloomberg Economic Calendar to find out what caused the unusually large price bar at around 8:35 a.m. EST. This move was due to employment news.
At around the 5:00 minute mark, the Atlas Line’s signals are explained. Simply put, when price is above, go for long trades. When below, go with short trades. The real-time value of the ATR determines the profit target and stop loss values. Two closing bars above the plotted line indicate that you should enter the market long (buy the market). The opposite indicates entering short (selling the market). There are three stops used to manage Atlas Line trades: Catastrophic, Time-based and Proof. It’s easy to be objective when you know exactly when to get out of a trade. When entering a trade, you want to see an immediate result. If you’re not getting that result, you need to have an exit plan, in the form of a stop loss. You will take either the profit target or whatever stop loss of the three comes first. Since the profit target and stop loss values are based on the ATR, they are realistic. The target and stop are based on real values the market is capable of producing in real-time conditions. This keeps you emotionally out of the game, objectively in the game, and equipped with a plan.
Watch the whole video to see how our various price action strategies are put to the test.
By popular demand, here’s the webinar recording from last Friday (January, 13, 2012). As you’ll see, it was a profitable day as the Atlas Line provided Short signals right before the big moves in the ES (E-Mini) and 6E (Euro). John leaves his live charts running, so you can see how price moves in relation to the signals.
In case you’re not familiar with the Atlas Line, you’ll see it as the dotted pink line on the chart. The software also produces entry signals; the first of which appears on the 6E as a Dbl Bar Short at 1.269. Shortly after, you’ll hear the doorbell sound, indicating another short entry – this time on the ES. Two consecutive closings below the Atlas Line is what triggered the entry. What about stops and profit targets? These are discussed in the video and the live training that’s included with purchase.
When you’re provided with an exact direction and entry price, trading becomes so much easier. As stated many times, the included training covers everything you need to know. You can ask John Paul questions directly. What are you waiting for? Purchase the Atlas Line today.
In this video, John Paul recounts the performance of the Atlas Line trading tool for the last three days. At least 15 points of profit were possible in total for the last three days based on the trades the Atlas Line pointed out. The Atlas Line automatically tells you when and how to enter the market. These signals appear on the chart as Long or Short signals exactly at the price you should enter, prior to the big moves. In addition, the line plotted on the chart serves to provide confirmation – stick with Short trades if price is currently plotting below the Atlas Line. Go with Long trades if price is above the Atlas Line. The signals the Atlas Line generates are the same for all users across all supported platforms (NinjaTrader, TradeStation and eSignal).
Free live training is included with purchase. In the live training, you will learn several unique trade setups that can only be identified when using the system. These are the Bounce, Pullback and Strength trades. John Paul conducts each training session personally, so you are able to ask questions and receive answers directly from the expert.
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For those of you who missed today’s webinar presentation with John Paul, here’s your chance to see how the Atlas Line performed. Watch the video and pick up a few price action strategies for trading the E-Mini (ES), Russell (TF), Euro Currency (6E) and Crude Oil (CL). The video contains a few setups that are usually taught only to Atlas Line customers, so it’s definitely worth watching. You can also see how to use NinjaTrader’s ATR feature to your advantage. Be sure to watch it in 720p so you can see everything on the charts clearly. Also, there’s a coupon code given away in the video for 10% off the Atlas Line.
We heard from one of our Atlas Line users today about how much the Atlas Line has been “on fire” the last few months, producing profitable trades nearly every day. This emini trading chart shows how 1.5 points were possible today. The Atlas Line saw how price was going to climb and produced a Double Bar Long signal. Using the ATR, we knew to get out of the trade, allowing for the 1.5 points. Using the ATR is covered in the online day trading course / how-to-webinar that comes with purchase of the Atlas Line. Traders who were not using the Atlas Line probably went short soon after market open, resulting in loss. The Atlas Line makes futures trading very easy.
This day trading video explains the ATR (Average True Range) and how to use it to your advantage when trading. The Atlas Line is used to correctly know when to buy or sell the market instead of counting on the news to tell you what to do.
Where do you enter?
Where do you exit?
Which indicator to follow?
Where do you reverse?
All of these questions come to mind when dealing with day trading indicators. In this video, John Paul pushes aside confusing indicators and replaces them with the Atlas Line™. Using the Atlas Line™, the questions above are clearly answered at all times during trading.
As a trading tool, the Atlas Line™ is extremely easy to use:
Trade according the long and short signals that are provided automatically.
Go short when price is below the Atlas Line™, go long when price is above the Atlas Line™.
There really isn’t anything else you have to configure or be aware of other than these easy rules.
It’s the one tool you need for every commodity, stock, or even Forex!
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