Educational Day Trading Videos
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
Live Webinar – Price Action Explained, Part 2
May 14, 2010
Live Webinar – Price Action Explained, Part 1
May 14, 2010
Huge Bearish Move Called In Advance – Atlas Line
May 7, 2010
Wow, did you guys see the huge move down today? It was incredible. Before the big move down, John Paul posted a image to the chart.ly website. Go and check the timestamp. In the image, you can see the Atlas Line was calling for short trades. There's no reason to go long when price is below the line. After John Paul put up the chart, the market started to tank very hard. He received many calls from clients. Let's look at the actual chart to see what happened. Early in the day we encountered short trades and resistance.
My Trading Secret: No Traditional Indicators
April 30, 2010
A great day for the Euro. If you would have bought it long in the beginning of the day and sold at the end, you would have been very successful. If you have too many indicators on your chart, it's easy to become confused. Where to get in, out, reverse? Which one should be the priority? As a trader, John Paul does not use any of the traditional indicators. Instead, he uses only one system – the Atlas Line. By removing the indicators applying the Atlas Line, we can get a clear picture of the E-mini. It's available for NinjaTrader.
Trading U.S. Dollar Index (DX) and Crude Oil
April 29, 2010
We had a live webinar this morning. This is a recap of real-time trades that were discovered with the Atlas Line. Price was above the Atlas Line almost the entire day. As soon as the line appeared, a Dbl Bar Long signal appeared. It was good for a few points. A number of bounce orders appeared later. These are considered support and resistance trades. Afterwards, a short trade did not work out. As for the Crude Oil (CL), again, a long order occurred early in the day. Those of you in the room today got to see it happen live.
Trading the Japanese Yen (6J) & DAX Futures (FDAX)
April 2, 2010
What about the Japanese Yen (6J)? It's not John Paul's favorite, but yes, you can find trades on this market with the ATO and the Atlas Line as seen in this NinjaTrader chart. Once price popped its head above the line, we received long trades. The FDAX is a great market to trade. An early double bar long signal worked out. As price came back down, it penetrated the line and caused a short signal. The rules for this trading method are fully explained in the live training that comes with your purchase.
Filtering & Confirming Trading Signals
March 31, 2010
Good morning traders! We're looking to go long on this market baesd on the Atlas Line and ATO signals. The entry signal is 1167.50. The main rule is if price is above the Atlas Line, go with long trades only. The opposite is true for short trades. Know what your profit target and stop loss is in advance by using simple price action rules that John Paul teaches his students. This is a 5-min NinjaTrader chart. John Paul's favorite market is the E-mini S&P 500, but this software works with many others.
Two Profit Targets for One E-mini Trade?
March 28, 2010
Let's see if we can go long the E-mini and take two to four points and be done trading for the day. I am long here based on the ATO (At the Open) software for NinjaTrader. Normally, I like to see at least two points and be done. This all depends on your financial requirements and capabilities. In this trade, John Paul uses 20 contracts. This trade takes a little longer than normal. Today's price action is a little slower. Notice how John Paul is looking to make profit on 10 of the 20 contracts at first.
Trading Presentation – Filtering Trades, Part 3
March 27, 2010
Trading Presentation – Filtering Trades, Part 2
February 28, 2010
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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