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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

ABC Method + Recent Signals for ATO 2, Trade Scalper, & Atlas Line

September 17, 2021

In this video, you'll learn how the ABC Method works and you'll also see ATO 2, Atlas Line, and Trade Scalper signals. The ABC works by creating three segments out of the day session. As compared to high and low of a prior session, breakouts in sesions B and C are entry opportunities. The ABC Software (included with 8-Week Mentorship or ATO 2) plots the entries automatically. It's up to you to place the trades. It is this way with all of our methods. Over many years, we have found that the rules are best applied by human beings rather than automation. The various stop loss strategies, profit target rules, and overall flow are the reasons.

Recent Trade Scalper & Atlas Line Signals

September 15, 2021

Let's take a look at two real-time signals: one from the Atlas Line and the other from the Trade Scalper. The Atlas Line provides multiple types of signals: regular long and short as well as Pullback (P) and Strength (S) long and short. The three Strength signals in a row caused John Paul to place an order. Only one contract is being used here, so it's easy to calculate the profit target potential of about $125. A few minutes later, John Paul shows a real-time Trade Scalper trade. The Trade Scalper focuses on many small moves throughout the day. Even though the order is placed a couple candles late, it works out.

Are You Scalping Using a 2-Range Chart Yet?

September 14, 2021

2-Range charts can be very fast. You may want to only use this chart type when a 1-Minute chart is too slow. Using the Trade Scalper, John Paul sees a short signal set u. He places an order about five candles later. You may want to be a bit faster than that. You can see how price dropped right afterwards, but will it do so again, so late? Indeed, this one works out using five contracts. If you traded the exact same way, the estimated value would have been around $187.50 before any commissions or other fees. Soon after, you'll see a 1-Minute chart&emdash;the standard chart type for the Trade Scalper.

How Do You Deal With Market Manipulation?

September 13, 2021

Market manipulation lures traders into compromising positions and then a reversal often happens. How do you identify some of these manipulation zones? Using our Roadmap software. The Roadmap provides horizontal Zone lines. When price moves near these lines, a reversal may well happen. Therefore, you may want to be out of your position as price moves closer. Sometimes, there is an opportunity to take a trade based on the reversal. This is one of the reasons for the Roadmap signals seen in this video. The Roadmap is included with our 8-Week Mentorship Program. Are you ready to enroll?

How to Roll Back Your Charts to the Prior Contract Period

September 10, 2021

Just because your trading platform says that today is the rollover date does not mean that it is wise to roll over your contracts immediately. In fact, some traders wait until the majority of the volume transfers to the new contract period. This can occur one or more days after the contract period. The CME website allows you to monitor and compare the volume among contract periods. Of course, observe the true expiration of the contract period and avoid trading beyond that date. Sometimes, an instrument will dry up and show many doji candles. If this happens, you probably should have switched instruments.

Confirming Multiple Signals Via Multiple Systems

September 10, 2021

Many traders can get by with one trading system. But the day may come where one asks, "How do I filter out some of these losing signals?" Because, with any system, there will be some trades that just don't work out. The idea is that if you can find a decent system that pairs well with your existing system, you may be better off. That's how we design our systems here at DayTradeToWin. We have years of videos that show multiple methods working nicely together. Here is another example. In this case, three methods are used: Trade Scalper, Atlas Line, and ATO 2. Do you have to take every signal? No; filter and go with what you think will be best.

Are Support & Resistance Trading Methods Still Valid?

September 10, 2021

The idea behind support and resistance is that a given asset, currency, derivative, etc. will not experience unlimited buying or selling within a specific period. Moreover, the period will be defined by high and low points due to the perceived or actual value of the instrument. When these thresholds are reached, we may define the area as support or resistance. This ceasing of continued buying or selling can be a stalling out or chop followed by a reversal or continuation in the same direction. This video shows a direct example of how John Paul thinks about support and resistance.

Is 90% Accuracy Possible? Trade Scalper Signal Review...

September 7, 2021

Experienced traders will tell you that some days are absolutely horrible and on other days, just about every trade seems to be a winner. What's the difference? What makes one day different than the next? There are many variables affecting price position at any moment. When it comes to price action patterns, price has to move in a way that fits the known pattern. If that happens more often than not, a trader may discern they are using a trading method that's fairly accurate. This signal review is one of those days where the Trade Scalper was on fire. The news indicator you see is included with the Trade Scalper Lifetime license.

Do You Watch the News Before You Trade?

September 2, 2021

It may be wise if you take a look at the day's scheduled news events that are said to affect the markets. We have multiple calendars available through this website as well as a downloadable indicator. This video discusses the downloadable indicator that plugs right in to the charts. Once applied, you will see [H] (high), [M] (medium), and [L] low-impact events. The high-impact USD-related events are the ones to watch for if you trade USD-based futures. The different news event types are color coded. You may want to adjust the maximum number of events to a value like 5. Doing so will provide for a cleaner chart. Get the free download from the Downloads page.

Basic ATM Strategy Configuration Instructions

August 27, 2021

Using an ATM Strategy will help protect against loss because a profit target and stop loss will be applied as configured. This way, if something happens while you're in a trade, you have those two things to protect you from price taking off in another direction. An ATM Strategy, at the basic level, is configured with tick values (not points). So, if one desires a two-point profit target, 8 ticks must be specified as one point equals four ticks. Once you've got the hang of configuring and saving one ATM Strategy, you can repeat the same steps to establish other variations. This way, you can pick the best one for current market activity.

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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