Tag: trading systems

Trade Scalper, ATO 2, & Atlas Line: Best Trading Systems

Here’s a great way to compare our three standalone trading methods offered on our courses page: ATO 2 (At the Open 2), Trade Scalper, and Atlas Line. We have many customers who own multiple methods, especially those people enrolled in our eight-week Mentorship Program. By the way, if you want to get in on the next Mentorship class (Jan. 19 is when it starts), click here for the details. ATO 2 First, we start with the ATO 2. Normally, this method produces one or two signals for the day with a focus on the morning moves. In the video, you’ll...

How to Place Trades – Important for Beginner Traders

Still confused about placing orders? Do you know what the different types of orders are? Are you sure you’re using the best type of order for your trading method? This video sets out to answer these questions and many more. You’ll see a demonstration of the various order types (MIT, limit, stop-limit, market etc.). >> Take the next step to become a pro trader << In case it is not clear, orders are placed using NinjaTrader’s SuperDOM (Dynamic). Yes, you could use Chart Trader, but we feel that limits the “view” and easy access to various order types. To open...

Today’s NinjaTrader 8 Webinar – Price Action Methods

Our trading software/indicators are now available for NinjaTrader 8. NinjaTrader 8 has been redesigned with many new features. Transitioning to NinjaTrader 8 is fairly straightforward, as all of the main features are intact with the same or improved capabilities. The look and feel is somewhat different, as this new version offers dark themes and clickable text instead of buttons in many areas. Clients can now use the At the Open, Atlas Line, Multilines, Roadmap, ABC, and the News indicator with NinjaTrader 8. John Paul, founder of Day Trade to Win, held a live webinar to demonstrate functionality on NinjaTrader 8....

Two Live Atlas Line Trades – One Long, One Short

» Get the Trade Scalper « » Get the Atlas Line « Using 10 contracts, John Paul traded with a result of over $2,000. This was accomplished using the Atlas Line software and the Trade Scalper strategy. These methods can be purchased separately or can be acquired through enrollment in the Mentorship Program. For the E-mini S&P, the Atlas Line provides an entry signal around 10 a.m. US/Eastern. However, March 11, 2014 was an exception. Price danced around the Atlas Line around this time without having two consecutive closing signals above or below (which would normally generate an entry). The...

Atlas Line Trades for July and TradingPub Webinar

Here’s a recap of July 2012’s Atlas Line trades. These stats were compiled using data from the Recent Trades page. The results do not account for slippage, brokerage fees, trading platform fees, etc. Atlas Line Trades for July 2012 Total # of trades = 65 Total # of days traded = 20 Total net profit or loss (using 10 contracts excl. fees) = +$15,625.00 Remember, past performance is not indicative of future results. There is substantial risk of loss in day trading. Here’s a half hour presentation John conducted for the TradingPub community. Over 160 attendees witnessed John calling out...

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.