Volatile Price Action Signals: Trade Scalper & Atlas Line

As a reminder, we provide a full training video for either product you decide to go with: the Atlas Line or Trade Scalper. If you prefer to get both and a bunch of other trading methods in one complete package, join our eight-week Mentorship Program. Mentorship teaches everything we have, which totals to about 10 different trading techniques. We teach a full plan so you can tackle the markets every day with a goal to be much more confident and successful than before. Mentorship is the most cost-effective way to acquire everything (rather than purchase each item individually). Also, some methods are Mentorship-only.

As seen at the beginning of this video, a recovery trade can sometimes help recover from a previous losing trade. The goal (profit target) is 2.5 points. This is higher than usual for scalping, but the markets have been volatile lately. If you find the market is too volatile for your personal situation, you may want to avoid trading. Pick and choose the signals that make the most sense. As demonstrated, by 1:50 in the video or so, John Paul is out of the trade with a win.

Of course, in volatile conditions, you have to increase your stop loss. A regular stop loss of several ticks will not work; regular market fluctuations will soon get you out. Timing with the Trade Scalper is important. You will want to make sure you get in and out quickly. If price candles are forming quickly (as seen here on a 2 Range chart), be cautious. At 4:30, you can see an overview of the day’s trading.

This second video focuses on the Atlas Line trading under volatile conditions. As you can see, there is a Short signal at 2974.75. John Paul increases the profit target and stop loss due to the rapid conditions. He says the Atlas Line has been very accurate under these volatile conditions. As a more affordable option, you can trade the MES (Micro E-mini) rather than the big E-mini.

At 3:27, take a look at the entire day’s worth of price action and Atlas Line signals. You’ll see there was a nice Long signal about 50 min. The Strength (S) and Pullback (P) trades are not worth taking under such volatile conditions. Focus on the main signals instead. Remember that you’ll only get an Atlas Line main signal when price closes above or below the (usually diagonal) Atlas Line. This typically happens within the first 40 minutes after market open and again later on during one or more intersects (when price closes above or below again).

As a reminder, we provide a full training video for either product you decide to go with: the Atlas Line or Trade Scalper. If you prefer to get both and a bunch of other trading methods in one complete package, join our eight-week Mentorship Program. Mentorship teaches everything we have, which totals to about 10 different trading techniques. We teach a full plan so you can tackle the markets every day with a goal to be much more confident and successful than before. Mentorship is the most cost-effective way to acquire everything (rather than purchase each item individually). Also, some methods are Mentorship-only.

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