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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

5 Days of FTSE 100 Atlas Line Signals

February 25, 2011

Here's five days in a row showing how well (or not so well) the Atlas Line works in other markets. There's no optimization – it's all internally calculated. Let's look at the FTSE 100 performance consecutively. Day one had three good orders. More good orders appeared on days two, three, four and four. The fifth day had a nice long order. The Euro, gold, oil – it all works. The included customer-only webinar ensures that you fully understand how to use the software with NinjaTrader.

2 Days Of Euro Currency (6E) Trades

February 23, 2011

A Dbl Long order appeared at 1.3735. In the included how-to webinar, you'll learn how these signals work. After this, an Atlas Line Pullback trade occurred. A couple of bars pulled back, then a bar closed that reaffirmed the trend. That was the entry point for the second trade. We had a number of bounce signals for another long trade. Remember to use the ATR (Average True Range) for the profit target. If there's a close on the other side, that would be a short trade. Take a look at all the bounce signals the day before.

6 Ticks ATO (At the Open) Real-time Trade

February 7, 2011

Today, let's look at an ATO (At the Open) trade. Even though there's an Atlas Line trade, forget about that signal for now. For over five years, traders have been using the ATO method on the E-mini. It's also been in use on other markets. When trading using only price action, there are a couple of important tools. The bar timer is important, as it lets you know when the candles are opening and closing. The ATR dictates the profit target and stop loss. Look at the real-time ATO trade and keep watching to see what happens.

Live Webinar – Part 6, Q&A from Traders

February 4, 2011

John Paul clarifies Atlas Line signals, discussing the how the Atlas Line works in conjunction with the ABC method. Take a look at the real-time charts for the 6E, CL, ZN, ZB, and more. You can scalp the market in the same direction as the Atlas Line, however, you should change the scalping direction when the Atlas Line changes direction. There's a pullback trade on the ZB. This would have been a nice long trade. To see the signal text above the candles, remember to change the Z-Order. Click the signal and use the mouse wheel while holding the shift key.

Live Webinar – Part 5, ABC Strategy Explained

February 4, 2011

The E-mini market often behaves differently in three distinct sections of the day. In the morning, markets tend to be more volatile. In the afternoon, it slows down. Towards the close, it's still often slow but a late-day rally or sell-off can make things volatile. How can you take advantage of each section? The free ABC day trading strategy, of course. The first 2.5 hours is the A section. Look for breakouts that occur in B based on the price action in section A. NinjaTrader's drawing tools make it easy.

Live Webinar – Part 4, Stop Loss Strategies

February 4, 2011

A time-based stop says that four consecutive bars on a 5-min chart is a good time to get out. You get out at whatever price that is, which could be a smaller profit, break-even, or loss that's less than the catastrophic stop. A catastrophic stop is about double the ATR. It's like a safety net in case the market becomes really volatile. The prove-it is when a bar closes on the opposite side of the Atlas Line. Remember, there are no guarantees when trading. Trading is always risky and you need to be careful.

Live Webinar – Part 3, Atlas Line Pullbacks

February 4, 2011

When does a pullback trade occur? Look for two consecutive candles that trade opposite of where the Atlas Line is recommending. If this does not occur, there's no trade. Remember, finding a reason to take a trade should be more important that finding a reason to stay out. Another important rule, the pullback trades should be at a greater level than the last pullback trade. The market needs to qualify each time. Price action trading needs to be objective, especially with fast-moving markets like the E-mini (ES).

Live Webinar – Part 2, FDAX & FESX

February 4, 2011

John Paul breaks down how he uses price to tell him what his profit target should be and how each trade should be handled. He scrolls through multiple 5-min candles on the E-mini chart, explaining how an Atlas Line trade would have occurred as through you were trading it under live conditions. There's no need to add Bollinger Bands, Keltner channels, MACD indicators, Fibonacci values, etc. Simply use price on the chart in conjunction with a tool like the Atlas Line. The FDAX and FESX markets are shown with nice short moves.

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.

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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