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Tick Values Explained for Beginner Traders

CME Group, responsible for the E-mini S&P and other global markets, has been producing some great videos lately. This one discusses tick movements. If you’re a beginner trader, you should really watch this. All futures contracts have a minimum price fluctuation. This minimum movement is called a “tick.” Although a market’s price movement is seemingly random, the value for each tick is always the same because it’s defined by the exchange. In the case of the E-mini S&P 500, the CME (Chicago Mercantile Exchange) has structured the E-mini S&P 500 so that each tick is worth $12.50. Each market (aka...

Today’s Atlas Line Trades – E-Mini, Euro Currency and Crude Light

Remember, until midnight tonight (U.S. Eastern time) , you can get the 50% off the 6-Month and Lifetime Atlas Line. The Atlas Line recognizes perfect setups (like the ones below) on a daily basis, letting you know in advance when and how to enter the market. Since the Atlas Line is a price action reference tool, you don’t have to worry about it lagging like an indicator. E-Mini S&P – May 2, 2011 Three trades for a total of 2.75 points. All trades occurred before noon. Euro Currency – May 2, 2011 Many traders probably went short once they saw...

How to Get NinjaTrader 24-Hour Live Data

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...

Atlas Line Webinar ES, CL, FESX & More – February 3, 2011

Quite a few traders were in attendance to see the Atlas Line traded on multiple markets. In the E-Mini S&P, the Atlas Line generated short signals today at around 9:45 a.m. Price nearly touched the Atlas Line then continued short, as the signal indicated. In the Euro, Crude Oil and Swiss Frank markets, price also tanked, with the Atlas Line accurately advising Short trades prior to price’s descent. The Atlas Line is fully configurable in terms of the types of trades it identifies as well as the line’s appearance. For example, a user can toggle the Atlas Line’s behavior of...

DayTradeToWin.com Atlas Line Webinar Review

See how the Atlas Line was used for trading LIVE in the E-Mini S&P on June 15, 2010: The video is a quick recap of the trades performed in the free webinar for Atlas Line customers and those interested in the software.  If you were unable to attend the webinar or want to see how the Atlas Line is traded, please check it out. The Atlas Line gave a long order signal at 1095.25.  At this point, many said that price was going to fall, when in fact, the Atlas Line indicated it would not.  In the video, you can...