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Atlas Line trading November 1 2010 Recap

Trading the Atlas Line Recap for Nov 1st 2010. The Atlas Line™ is a phenomenal tool to catch moves like this when the market reversed after the news event. I never trust the news reaction and look for conformation of the price before entering the trade. ATO (at the Open) also caught the move which was double nice. The 2nd trade on the Atlas Line™ is the pullback trade following the rules there was no reason why not to take it.

Day Trade To Win Course Review (ATO)

Ken has been traiding for a couple of years. Before finding the day trading programs at Day Trade To Win, he experienced profits and losses; mostly losses. After purchasing the ATO (At The Open), he was having a bit of difficulty adapting his trading style to that of the course. He then called Day Trade To Win founder, John Paul, who explained the correct way to use the ATO method and software. Ever since (the last three weeks), Ken has been profitable trading. Right now, the ATO is back on sale for a limited time: Purchase here Find more about...

ATO / At the Open Back On Sale – Limited Time Only

At The Open Method Webinar – Sept. 28, 2010 E-Mini S&P charts of the last few days are reviewed in order to show how well the ATO (At The Open price action method) performed. John Paul answers questions from webinar attendees, some of which include the following: How do you use the ATR (average true range) to your advantage? How much profit do you go for? How well does the ATO perform with the Euro? How do you handle stop-outs? The ATO let you know when to go Long and Short by plotting text near the corresponding candle setups. The...

DayTradeToWin E-Mini Student Testimonial

Before finding Day Trade to Win, Nick tried everything from trading Bollinger Bands to using Parabolic SARs. In the video, he says how indicators are a waste of time and that he regrets not finding Day Trade to Win sooner. After trading with the Atlas Line, At the Open Method and Scalping Course for several months, he is deep in profit territory, netting over six thousand dollars by trading one contract a couple hours a day on the E-Mini S&P. Nick plans to participate in the Private Mentorship Program, where he can learn 8 more proprietary, price action methods. The...

Day Trading Video – E-Mini S&P Price Action Webinar

How can price action trading help you become a better trader? By removing all distractions and focusing on exactly what is being traded – PRICE! Can you really know as a trader, without a doubt, when to long and short? See how you can improve your confidence and know the direction of price in advance: Part 2 – DayTradeToWin.com Price Action Webinar – July 14 2010 Part 3 – DayTradeToWin.com Price Action Webinar – July 14 2010 Part 4 – DayTradeToWin.com Price Action Webinar – July 14 2010 Part 5 – DayTradeToWin.com Price Action Webinar – July 14 2010 Part...

Trading the E-Mini S&P Using Pure Price Action

Price action trading, when done correctly, can be highly effective in capturing two to four points on a daily basis. The video below shows John Paul capturing four points by the end of the video on the E-Mini S&P on July 6, 2010. See how DayTradeToWin.com trading techniques can be used to capitalize on market volatility: Notice how there are no indicators on the NinjaTrader chart (the Atlas Line is used, but it can hardly be classified as an indicator in the conventional sense). Only price is used, but more precisely, its relation to the Atlas Line and signals given...

How To Day Trade the E-Mini

DayTradeToWin.com offers the following day trading tools courses for beginners and advanced traders: The Atlas Line At The Open (ATO) Trade Scalping Trading Mentorship Program John Paul from DayTradeToWin.com has over six years experience in teaching price action trading. Check out this LIVE June 14, 2010 day trading video in which John Paul trades the E-mini S&P live using the ATO software and price action strategies: A few notes about the video: The ATO software plots entry signals on your charts. Electronic markets are first come, first served – the sooner you put in your order, the sooner your order...