The last time we calculated our Atlas Line monthly results was back in August 2012.  Let’s take a look at September through December, 2012.  Remember, past performance is not indicative of future results. There is substantial risk of loss in day trading.

Data used is from the Recent Trades page.
Calculations were performed manually – there is room for human error.

September, 2012
Total # of trades = 48
Total # of days traded = 19
Total net profit or loss (using 10 contracts excl. fees, slippage, etc.) = +\$14,500

October, 2012
Total # of trades = 60
Total # of days traded = 20
Total net profit or loss (using 10 contracts excl. fees, slippage, etc.) = +\$11,125

November, 2012
Total # of trades = 74
Total # of days traded = 21
Total net profit or loss (using 10 contracts excl. fees, slippage, etc.) = +\$27,325

December, 2012
Total # of trades = 65
Total # of days traded = 20
Total net profit or loss (using 10 contracts excl. fees, slippage, etc.) = +\$18,625
These December, 2012 results were updated on January 10, 2013 to include the complete month.

Here’s a picture of today’s Atlas Line:

## 3 Responses

1. Larry Summitt says:

The Atlas line looks alot like one of the Gann lines.

1. HI Larry, sorry to disappoint, but it’s not Gann Lines or trend lines or anything like that. It is a calculation based on an algebraic equation cosign, and tangent and the formula is a bit complicated. Email me at support@daytradetowin.com if you have further questions. Remember that the Atlas Line is a tool that displays multiple entries, but more importantly is the price of the candles as they trade around the Atlas Line, so the thinking is reverse when it comes to trading with indicators. I include training to explain how this works.
JP

2. Leonel says:

It looks very impressive, good results. I wish i can afford it

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