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Watch & Learn 3 Free Trading Methods

Using the ABC Pattern

Wish there was an easy way to gauge where the rest of the trading day is headed? There is – watch to learn how to divide the trading day into three sections: A, B, and C. Look for the breakout moves to enter.

Trading the News

Do you avoid the chaos surrounding news events? Do you instead want to take advantage of the big moves? Learn how to avoid the chop and capitalize on the volatility. You'll see these patterns again and again.

Using the ATR (Average True Range)

We always say, "Trade based on what the market can produce." Our preferred tool to gauge tradabiltiy is the ATR. Found in most software platforms, the ATR will help you trade with responsible profits and stops.

Latest Trading Videos

Identifying Trending Areas for Potential Big Wins

January 11, 2022

Okay, if you've been following along in the videos, you've seen a number of short signals from the Atlas Line, Trade Scalper, and Blueprint. What about long signals? Today is a great example. One of the main takeaways is how the Atlas Line was relatively dormant during periods where adverse conditions could have caused significant loss. The Atlas Line provided signals during those times where it was advantageous to buy the market (go long). The Atlas Line's Stength and Pullback signals can also be green, in addition to the main long signals. Those main long signals only occur when price closes above or below the Atlas Line. The rules for Pullback and Strength signals are explained in the Members area.

Perfect Example of Why Using 2x ATR is Important

January 7, 2022

Avoid chasing trades. If you missed an opportunity, just wait for another signal. If you chase, you could get filled and the move could be over. The market can easily go against your position. Double the ATR allows for enough breathing room. You can see that if we were more conservative, your stop loss would have been hit. If you were emotional and not following the rules, you may have closed out the trade at a loss. This is why objective price action trading is important and that's what we teach. It's worth point out the Atlas Line's short Pullback signals identified this opportunity. The Atlas Line provides multiple signal types.

Watch the Blueprint & Trade Scalper Line Up

January 11, 2022

Here's a signal review of the Blueprint and Trade Scalper. There was a huge trend down and both systems plotted plenty of short signals along the way. It is as though they're taking turns. It was when both systems produced signals at nearly the same time that we saw a steady move down. That move was over 20 points. Do you go for that whole amount? No. We use the ATR to keep profit targets and stop losses in check. The maximum stop loss is twice the ATR, but rounded down to the nearest tick. That stop loss is a safety net should the profit target be missed or a smaller stop not apply. Yes, you learn multiple ways to manage trades.

How to Trade News Events in 2022

January 6, 2022

Are you going to be like the other traders who get caught off-guard when a news event suddenly erupts, sending price to drastic lows or highs? It's possible to monitor these upcoming events and stay out of the market, or actually take advantage of them, if you know what you're doing. On the bottom of this page, you can find a link to a free news trading calendar. That calendar is regularly updated with scheduled news events that affect price direction. If you prefer to have news on your charts rather than using a web browser, you can download our free news indicator. Our news indicator provides a list of upcoming events on your chart with priority (high, medium, and low).

Atlas Line – Predictive Trading Examples

January 5, 2022

When price is above the Atlas Line, that means it's time to look for long trades only. There is no guarantee a trend will occur after a long signal. Only a small portion of trading days can actually be called trending. That means you sometimes have to find opportunities within choppy conditions or look for short-term trends. As you can see, there were some choppy conditions for over a half-hour on this 1-Minute chart. However, the Atlas Line recognized a couple of winning long (buying) opportunities within. There is also a great depiction of a bounce. How did the Atlas Line "know" this would happen? And what about the accuracy those later short and long signals?

Pinpointing Entries Using Price Action Software

December 29, 2021

Read to see a scalping trade worth over 2 points? The Atlas Line confirmed that only short trades should be taken. When it was time for the Trade Scalper to produce a short signal, we felt more confident. Two systems saying the same thing, we feel, is better than just one. If you have just the Atlas Line, you will see plenty of signals. However, if you want more opportunities, the Trade Scalper and Blueprint are nice additions. This video shows all three. Live training is included along with a training video. After purchase, you will get acccess to a Member account where you can download the materials. The indicators will appear just like they do on our charts.

Atlas Line, Trade Scalper & Blueprint Combined

December 22, 2021

Students of the 8-Week Mentorship Program are provided with all courses and software with Lifetime licenses. They are taught how the methods work together to form a complete trading plan; finding opportunities, filtering, and confirming. See how the Atlas Line can provide a basis for confirming long (buying) trades throughout the day? Add the Trade Scalper and then only take the long Trade Scalper signals. This is 2x confirmation. In addition, the Blueprint or other methods can be added. You can look for Blueprint signals that occur near Trade Scalper and Atlas Line signals. Note the Atlas Line produces Pullback (P) and Strength (S) signals as well.

Review of Many Blueprint Signals

December 22, 2021

Take a look at all those Blueprint signals. Many opportunities per day! The Blueprint differs from our other methods because of its versaility to be used for short-term or longer-term (swing) trades. Here, you'll see John Paul act on a Long signal. What a move! What happens when a signal occurs while you're in a trade? If you're going long and get another long signal, then you can continue the projected ride up. You will be taught more specifics in the client-only training video. That's right – after purchase, we set you up with a Member account so you can jump in right away. For a Lifetime Blueprint license, enroll in our 8-Week Mentorship Program.

Multiple Trade Scalper Entries

December 16, 2021

John Paul missed the first Trade Scalper signal, but another short appeared right after. It's important not to chase trades. Rather, take those opportunites that are freshly presented. Enter within a tick or two of the entry signal. Here, you'll see two real-time Trade Scalper signals. Within minutes of a signal, it is nice to hear the "target filled" sound. That's how we like to trade. If you want to focus on fast moves, you may want to consider the Trade Scalper ahead of our other offerings. As a reminder, you can get the Trade Scalper and everything else in one complete package: 8-Week Mentorship.

How to Avoid Areas of Manipulation

December 15, 2021

The markets are manipulated all the time. Artifically produced price patterns lure traders into compromising positions. Although it is not possible to know the future, there are some considerations that may help you. One of them is the Roadmap software that uses a specific price action pattern to identify potential reversal points. A reversal is when price moves in opposition to the preferred direction and causes a loss. The Roadmap's Zone lines identify these potential areas. The Roadmap signals, another feature, identify areas to place trades. Yes, the Roadmap is a complete system and is included with Mentorship.

All trades should be considered hypothetical. No guarantees or claims of performance are offered. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Day trading is risky and may cause substantial financial loss. Individual performance may vary, as trading subjects your finances to new, unexpected market conditions. You are responsible for executing trades. Before trading, consult with a licensed broker and a financial expert see if day trading is suitable for you.

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