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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 – Part 1, Live Trading Signals

February 4, 2011

Come see the exact trades John Paul sees. Nothing is held back – if a trade occurs, you can trade it (at your own risk of course) on your chart. We recommend that our students spend a significant amount of time practicing in order to fully understand the NinjaTrader platform. Live data is available that lets you track performance on a simulated account. Real money trading is different, but NinjaTrader aims to make its sim accounts as close to the real thing as possible. If you need help with NinjaTrader, our support staff can assist.

Two Days of E-mini Trading Reviewed

January 31, 2011

It's the end of the month, January 31, 2011. The last few days have been great. This video shows recent trades. The market is still active at 2:30 p.m. A short trade just occurred. These Dbl Bar Short signals are important – they're the main ones produced by the software. This short trade at 1280.25 is worth around a point. The earlier long trades occurred prior to the huge move up. Price was above the Atlas Line, so the exact entries confirmed the time to enter. The overnight Atlas Line shows a short signal.

Positive News, Short Trade. Why?

December 7, 2010

The Atlas Line and ATO were producing short order signals. There was a news event that occurred yesterday – Obama agreed to extend the tax cuts. The market rallied overnight. Perhaps the big market movers liked the idea. Now the market is coming down a bit. As soon as price crossed the Atlas Line and closed twice below, we had a short signal. This tells us we cannot take the news for what it's worth. Positive news does not necessary cause the market to go up. The inverse is also true. Keep watching for a real-time trade.

Mentorship Review by Ron K.

November 11, 2010

Ron takes a moment to give a mid-Mentorship review of the material he's learned so far. He said it's everything he's hoped it would be. This is Ron's second time around trying day trading. The difference between then and now is between night and day or profit and loss, he says. Instead of picking tops and bottoms and holding positions too long, he now has techniques that work. He understands how the E-mini moves and the underlying forces. ATO, Price Action Scalping, Roadmap, Blueprint, etc. are all covered. All work. Keep watching to see what the rest of this trader says about his results. Profits are not guaranteed. Trading may cause significant financial loss.

E-mini S&P Trading Recap – News Report

November 1, 2010

The Atlas Line produced a signal at 1187.5. That means it's time to sell the market. The two point target would have been reached. Another short opportunity came later as a pullback trade. In this case, the trade was worth only a point because of the small ATR (Average True Range). The last four to five bars were used to compute the profit-taking value. These two trades were worth a total of three points. Really, you could be done here for the day depending on your goals and how many contracts you want to trade. In NinjaTrader, use the order quantity to specify this.

One Trading Software for Multiple Markets (6E)

October 29, 2010

If you're like most traders and you want to have a ton of indicators and tools on your chart, you will be confused. Where do you get in, out, and reverse? What about conflicting signals? I use only one tool to trade throughout the day, and that's the Atlas Line. Let's look at the chart, clean it up, and get a picture of price. Go long when price is above the Atlas Line. Go short when price penetrates it. That's all you have to do. No indicators to optimize. No multiple charts you need to check. Just one tool for each market you trade.

ATM Strategy – Automatic Trade Placement

October 29, 2010

This morning, John Paul went short on the E-mini using the Atlas Line. Take a look at what happened. Price went up to the Atlas Line and bounced off it. It's like price hit support and then moved away. The December contract and E-mini 5-min chart are used. Use the Bar Timer. It's a countdown timer that appears on the bottom-right of the chart. It shows how many minutes and seconds remain in the currently plotting candle/bar. The ATR (Average True Range) demonstrates a level of volatility that you can use to base your profit target and stop loss.

Atlas Line Review – Nick from Australia

October 8, 2010

Nick has been using the Atlas Line for a few months. He purchased it to help with his futures and forex income. He worked with John Paul during a private webinar to learn the software. He's backtested the results. He commends the support team for responsiveness and reliability. He highly recommends it to anyone looking to improve results and bottom-line. Trading may cause significant financial loss. Past results are not indicative of future performance.

Ken from Florida

September 30, 2010

Ken called John Paul multiple times to clear up his understanding of the ATO (At the Open) day trading strategy. He was impressed with the support he received. The last four weeks or so, he's in profit territory. He recommends reaching out to John Paul at DayTradeToWin.com. John Paul can teach you the ATO strategy as well. It's one of our most popular day trading courses. Your results may vary. Trading is risky and will subject you to monetary loss. Be careful and do your research.

Live Webinar – Part 6, Atlas Line Tick Chart

September 21, 2010

John Paul shares his charts in this live webinar presentation. Take a look at the 6A, 6E, ES, and 6B. The 6A is for the Australian Dollar Futures. The 6B is for British Pound Futures. These are all Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) futures. Each one has its own value scale. The E-mini is worth $12.50 per tick. Each point is four ticks, or $50 (4 * $12.50 = $50). Use the price axis to compute the scale. The ATR calculation will also be different. John Paul covers this in the live training.

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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