The Atlas Line called a great short trade on June 6, 2011 worth about 2.25 points, equivalent to $112.50 with a single contract or $1125 for those who trade with 10. Remember that each time you enter long or short, have a reason to do so. The Atlas Line provides a reason for how to day trade, and also provides an indication of the future direction of price. Once the short signal was generated, we knew to stay short because of the blue Line above the candles. An Atlas Line Pullback trade occurred around 10:30 a.m., with a red candle confirming price would drop again.
E-Mini S&P – Atlas Line Trading – June 6, 2011
Remember, we don’t post every time the Atlas Line has a winner – the software has really been on fire the last few months, even more than usual.
A private training webinar (like a mini day trading course) is included with purchase of the Atlas Line. You can learn how to use the software and identify these unique setups. Also, the Atlas Line works with every market: Emini trading, Euro, Russell, Dow, Forex, etc. and is available for NinjaTrader, eSignal and TradeStation.
The S&P’s debt rating service projected a poor credit rating for the U.S. today. With this big news, the markets tanked. We pulled up a couple of charts to see how the Atlas Line performed for traders in two separate markets: the E-Mini S&P and Crude Light.
E-Mini S&P (ES) – April 18, 2011
The Atlas Line was spot on in the E-Mini S&P, advising two short orders. The first order was a Double Bar Short, the second, an Atlas Line Pullback Trade. In case you don’t know what a Pullback Trade is, John Paul teaches traders how to identify them in the webinar included with purchase.
Crude Light (CL) – April 18, 2011
Three winning trades. First, a Double Bar Short signal followed by two Pullback trades. When news about the U.S. comes out that is revered with such high importance, there’s a great effect on all markets. We recommend waiting until the news event volatility has subsided before using price action software like the Atlas Line.
Sign up for a webinar to see how the Atlas Line is traded – visit the registration page.
It’s time to turn up the volume and open your mind as John Paul demonstrates two unbelievable trades. They’re so good, we’re letting the trades themselves do the talking.
At first, he does the unthinkable: going short right after three consecutive large green candles. Why? The Atlas Line said so. Price was headed toward the Atlas Line, indicating an Atlas Line pull back trade (at least two bars pulling back followed by one candle closing in the red). ORDER FILLED. This resulted in a nice 1 point winner based on only on price action and the Atlas Line.
Next, we had a crazy good time trading the Atlas Line on the Euro (6E) today. Plenty of opportunities for profit:
Trade 1 – Short – win for 5-6 ticks
Trade 2 – Short – win for 6-7 ticks
Trade 3 – Long – loss for 6-7 ticks
Trade 4 – Short – win for 6-7 ticks
Trade 5 – Long – win for 6-7 ticks
Trade 6 – Long – win for 4-5 ticks
Using the ATR, we knew when to get out. In total, this could have been a day of 32 ticks for Atlas Line traders. How well did you do today trading the Euro Currency?
The video below is a two-part video. The first part shows how the Crude Oil market was on fire today and how well the Atlas Line performed. The second part of the video shows you how to set up 24 hour data; a question that’s been repeatedly asked of John.
In part 1 – Atlas Line Says Go Long – Crude Oil (CL) Takes Off, John entered at $100.08 and the Atlas Line never bothered producing another signal. That’s because price was steadily climbing the rest of the morning. John Paul rewinds his chart to show how well the Atlas Line performed in the CL market yesterday. Yesterday’s CL trades were again spot on – a long trade followed by a short when price intersected the Atlas Line. It’s very difficult to find a trading method or software that can work across all markets. The Atlas Line is the exception to the rule.
In part 2 – How to Enabled 24 Hour Data (NinjaTrader), John shows traders how to go from pit session data to full 24 hour data. If you’re using the Atlas Line, you’ll need to enable 24 hour data. This 24 hour data tutorial is specific to NinjaTrader, but other software supported by the Atlas Line like eSignal and TradeStation of course offer full-day compatibility. NinjaTrader allows you to save a template so the 24 hour access is instantly applied.
SP 500 Emini day trading today March 11 2011 with long and short orders gave plenty of
opportunity to grab a few points based on the current market conditions.
John Paul has created the following video showing how to trade the Eminisp 500
Don’t forget about rolling over to June contract in case you need to know when check out this video:
how to rollover to the next contract month
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Also, the Atlas Line has produced big winners the last few days on a bunch of markets. We’ve been posting charts every morning on Chart.ly / StockTwits. You can check the DayTradeToWin Twitter Page for a full list, or view below.
Crude Oil – March 4, 2011
E-Mini S&P – March 3, 2011
E-Mini S&P – March 1, 2011
Live Webinar Atlas Line demonstration and question / answer event.
Tomorrow, Thursday, February 24, at 10:00 a.m. EST.
Enter this room at the time above:
You’re invited to see how John Paul uses the Atlas Line and other price action techniques to accurately trade any market.
He’ll go through everything from the E-Mini S&P to T-Notes. Watch how the Atlas Line calls out long and short trades prior to big moves in price.
John always have a few tips to share with attendees so don’t miss out!
In the meantime, here’s how John Paul traded the Euro Currency using the Atlas Line today…
The Atlas Line continues to identify trade setups for big market moves and scalping opportunities in advance, unlike common day trading indicators. Look at the charts below to see the differences in Atlas Line trading between the E-Mini S&P, Crude Oil and Euro markets.
Crude Oil – February 22, 2011
Euro – February 22, 2011
E-Mini S&P – February 22, 2011
Again, another winning day for day traders who use the Atlas Line™. A long order signal was generated by the Atlas Line just before 10:00 a.m. (at around 1313). Right after, price climbed all the way up to 1318. This was an easy 2-5 point Atlas Line day, even for the most cautious traders.
E-Mini S&P February 7, 2011
If you want to check out more Atlas Line performance pictures, be sure to visit DayTradeToWin’s Flickr page.
As you can tell by these pictures, the Atlas Line has been alive and well this and last week. With decent volatility on January 28 and today, January 31, the E-Mini S&P has been an excellent market to trade. I prefer trading in the A part of the day (the morning, pit session) because of the CME’s direct influence on the market. In the charts below, you can see how the Atlas Line can make for an excellent end and beginning of the week!
E-Mini S&P January 31, 2011
Long signals were generated by the Atlas Line at around 9:45 a.m. at around 9:15, price fluctuated a bit, allowing for several Pullback Trades (these special trades are taught to customers in the Atlas Line introductory webinar).
E-Mini S&P January 28, 2011
A huge down day with the Atlas Line accurately predicting a price drop at 1293.5. If you held on for the ride, it would have been highly profitable. In addition, Atlas Line traders are taught how to identify and take advantage of Pullback Trades, a trading technique unique to Atlas Line customers.