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Using the ABC Pattern
Wish there was an easy way to accurately predict where the rest of the trading day is headed? There is – by dividing intraday activity into separate regions based on price action, you can gain an advantage.
Trading the News
Do you avoid the chaos surrounding news events or do you attempt to take advantage of the big moves? This exact, accurate strategy will keep you out of the chop. You'll recognize this pattern again and again.
Using the ATR (Average True Range)
We always say "trade based on what the market can produce." Our preferred tool to gauge tradabiltiy is the ATR. Found in most software platforms, the ATR will help you trade with responsible profits and stops.
Latest Trading Videos
Don't Take Every Trade You See
October 24, 2016
The Trade Scalper strategy is one of the most active trading methods we offer. On average, multiple trades appear every hour. In this video, five appear on the chart. A short signal has just occurred, but is it worth taking? The previous short signals were good. This trade is tempting. However, the ATR says the market is too slow and too risky, so John Paul stays away. It's important to stick to the rules even if you see a trade later reach profitable territory.
Webinar - Trading the Morning Session
October 21, 2016
John Paul discusses why he prefers trading the opening session. In short, this 2.5 hour time period is more volatile than the afternoon or evening. Volatile markets are less likely to chop back and forth, which makes for difficult trading. The ATR provides a measure of volatility. Ideal trading occurs when the ATR is between 1 and 5 points. Take a look at how the Atlas Line can provide signals ahead of moves instead of signaling after they're over.
Webinar - Atlas Line and Trading Risk Management
October 13, 2016
Many traders try to reduce risk by using tight stop losses. This can be a problem because a fluctuating market can easily hit these stop losses and profit is never reached. Therefore, a trader has to be open to the possibility of taking a hit. This is exemplified with John Paul's use of a catastrophic stop – a technique he's been using for years. It's the last resort stop loss, but it's there to allow the market to breathe with while price hopefully heads to profit territory.
Ways to Assess Risk Using Price Action
October 5, 2016
When using the Atlas Line, one way to reduce risk is to look for overbought and oversold conditions. If the distance between the line and recent candles is far, the trade is riskier. At about two minutes in, you can see how this trade is not the best opportunity because of the distance. Another risk factor is news events. If a news event has occurred within the last 15 minutes or is about to occur, stay out of the market. Watch the video to see other examples.
Trade Scalper Short Trade on E-mini Using Limit Order
August 26, 2016
John Paul uses a limit order based on the Trade Scalper's short entry signal. Limit orders help prevent slippage. In comparison, expect at least a tick of slippage with market orders. Scalping is all about multiple quick trades – in and out. That's exactly what's happening here. The profit target is a couple of ticks. If this trade did not work in John Paul's favor, he would exit the trade with a time-based stop. You're taught all the rules.
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