Let’s take a look at recent Blueprint performance. The Blueprint can be traded on just about any market: futures, stock, and currencies included. The first signal you’ll see is a BP Short. That means, “Blueprint Short” with an entry at that price. It’s not always possible to get the exact price, but the training teaches you how to make the best out of the situation. As you can see, that signal was a winner as price went down and kept dropping for some time after. Plenty of opportunity there for a profit target to be reached.
This is a 1-Minute chart, but the rules are pretty much the same regardless of the chart type. The main difference is the ATR (Average True Range) because each market, or instrument as they’re often called, uses a different price scale. That means you have to know how to use the ATR correctly. Most of the time, the adjustment is simply moving the decimal point over a certain number of places. Really, the ATR is a quick tool you can use at a glance to see if a) the market is too volatile, too slow, or just right and b) what the profit target and stop loss should be for the current conditions.
At the 1:50 mark or thereabouts, you’ll see John Paul place a real-time trade based on a BP Long signal. He’s buying the market at even a better (lower price in this case). Because the profit target is based on the ATR, he’s trading within what many would say is a realistic possibility. Too conservative or too broad a distant a target can be troublesome. This allows for a sort of natural flexibility or breathing room. This trade was a winner worth a couple of points. The Blueprint provides many opportunities. In comparison with the Trade Scalper, the Blueprint trades are larger but occur less often.