Tag: emini scalping

Price Action Scalping – Is It Truly This Easy?

Here’s what the Trade Scalper did today, June 22, on a 2-Range ES 09-20 chart. If you’re on the fence about getting the Trade Scalper, this video should help make your decision. Get the Trade Scalper Today! Before we get to the real-time trade, notice the two winning Short signals that occurred earlier. By default, the Trade Scalper will play an audio alert (doorbell sound) when a signal appears. If you’re doing something else, you’ll know that it’s time to return to NinjaTrader and place a trade. At 1:25, a Long Trade Scalper signal appears for the price value of...

Two Great 3-Point E-mini Scalping Trades

This video begins with a Long (buy) price action trading signal from the Trade Scalper. The E-mini S&P 500 (ES in NinjaTrader) is being traded here on a 1-Minute chart. As such, John Paul places a buy/long order using the NinjaTrader SuperDOM. On the bottom of the chart, you’ll see the ATR (Average True Range). This indicator is configured using a Period value of 4. That means the last four bars are used to calculate the ATR value. Normally, the default Period value is 14. We prefer the value of 4 because the indicator will visually communicate more recent market...

2 Short Scalping Trades Today (Trade Scalper)

Like quick trades? Purchase the Trade Scalper and get these signals for the next trading day. Here’s what it’s like to see a Trade Scalper signal and then trade it. It’s really the same process you would undertake if you had the Trade Scalper software running on your chart. As usual, we’re using the NinjaTrader platform. If you need help getting NinjaTrader on your Windows computer, send us an email at support@daytradetowin.com. Moving forward, this is a Short trade. The order is placed using the Dynamic SuperDOM (off-screen). We have Chart Trader enabled with an ATM Strategy, so you can...

Webinar Part 2 – Another Three Ticks + Trading Contracts Explained

To learn all the tricks in John Paul’s arsenal, join the next Group Mentorship class that begins Feb. 11. With your early enrollment, we will send over the trading material right away. Seats are filling up, so act now before there’s no more space. Here’s part two of the recent live webinar. The first real-time Trade Scalper trade was a three-tick winner. Watch the rest of this video to see another Trade Scalper three-tick winner. In the first five to 10 minutes of market open, be very careful because many traders are battling for positions. There are two scalping strategies...

Simple Trade Scalper Short Price Action Trade

Click here to purchase the Trade Scalper Thanks to everyone for attending the recent live webinars and presentations! We like all the feedback from new traders and those who have been using our systems for a while. Here is a video of a Trade Scalper trade taken today. The Trade Scalper software is the Short and Dbl Wick Short signals with the corresponding arrows. In the retail version of this indicator, there are a few other lines drawn that help you know when a trade is about to happen. John Paul does not talk about the Dbl Wick signals often,...

Scalping the E-mini for Ticks Using Limit Orders

Get the Trade Scalper signals on your chart Let’s take a look at a E-mini S&P Trade Scalper trade from Aug. 26, 2016. The Trade Scalper software produced a short signal at 2181.75. This is the exact limit order price John Paul wants to get. Typically, with market orders, you’ll lose a tick due to slippage. As with any trade, getting filled sooner rather than later, is preferred. The longer the wait, the greater the risk. Especially in scalping, you want “instant in, instant out” if possible. Scalping can be done all day long in different markets, but the conditions...

Scalping Method For E-mini & Filtering Trades Using Price Action

» Get the Trade Scalper Signals « In this video, John Paul uses the Trade Scalper method live on the E-mini S&P. A small profit target and stop loss are used multiple times throughout the day. For this specific 1-min E-mini chart, he uses a 3 tick profit target and a 6 tick stop loss. The ATM strategy automatically places the target and stop. He enables the TextAndMarker setting so you can see the exact price at which he entered. The Trade Scalper method is fully explained – it’s not black box. The course provided after purchase fully discloses how...

Two to Three Tick Profit Targets with Trade Scalper

» Get the Trade Scalper « For August 12, 2014 on the E-mini (ES) market, the Trade Scalper software produced a Short signal on 1930.50 at about 10:47 a.m. Note the Trade Scalper uses 1-min charts, so each candle represents one minute. Markets love to test where they’ve previously been. This trade uses a three tick profit target with a six tick stop. John Paul keep an eye on the ATR to make sure the market can produce three ticks. Price first tags the profit target and eventually passes through it. A second trade appears at 10:49 a.m. with the...

Trade Scalper Software for NinjaTrader

» Get the Trade Scalper « The Trade Scalper software for NinjaTrader will plot entry signals on your NinjaTrader charts. As you can see, two entry signals were already plotted for this August 5, 2014 trading day on the E-mini S&P 500: a Short at 1925 and a Long at 1928.25. Small triangles accompany the entry price to help identify the opportunity. Note that when you purchase the Trade Scalper, you will be able to see its horizontal and vertical lines that further help guide your trading by letting you know when an entry is about to take place. The...

Two Live Scalp Trades on the E-mini S&P

» Get the Trade Scalper « Take a look at the entry, profit targets and stops used to place these two trades on a 1-Min E-mini S&P chart. The triangles near the chart represent the Trade Scalper software entries that help you know exactly when to enter. For the first trade, John Paul placed a limit order at 1879, the same as the entry signal generated by the Trade Scalper software. John Paul prefers limit orders over market orders to prevent slippage. The profit target, based on the ATR, was three ticks. The stop was at six ticks. This stop...