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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
How to Day Trade Market Cycles
February 5, 2022
Outside of trading, many texts, new and old, say that everything occurs in cycles. Are financial systems excluded? Perhaps there is truth in that some patterns that occurred before will occur again, though there may be room for some novelty. This is the underlying concept of this video in which John Paul identifies the cycles of 2021 and outlines how you can use this knowledge to trade in 2022. No complex analysis is needed. Simply, an ATR (Average True Range) is used with a daily chart to identify cycles of volatility for the prior year. This allows key numbers to be established. Then for 2022, we can observe price movements when the ATR nears these high and low ATR numbers. You may experience cycles of stagnation (chop) or trends.
Finding Buy Opportunities in 2022
February 4, 2022
Take a look at what happened the prior year to learn what types of trades you can take in 2022. Using the peaks and bottoms of 2021, you'll recognize two key price values that you can use for trading the current year. John Paul will tell you exactly what they are. This can help guide both long-term (swing) trading as well as intraday. Remember, 2022 is not expected to be an up year according to the January Effect, so these values may be especially useful for navigating slippery terrain. For example, on trending days, trailing stops are better to use than during choppy conditions. If you're going to attempt trading durring choppy markets, you'll likely have to use tight (small) stops as to not get tricked into a compromising position.
Recognizing Support & Resistance Using the Roadmap
February 3, 2022
The Roadmap is part of our 8-Week Mentorship. In this video, you'll see how useful it is to outline potential support and resistance areas. When price steadily rises or lowers, the same thing is bound to happen. There's a pause, and the potential for a reversal. The Roadmap zones are special areas that visually show you the potential reversal areas. This is useful to help you place and time trades and exits. In addition, the Roadmap provides long and short signals using text and arrows. The real-time trade occurs because of a long signal that corresponds with Zone A. Mentorship covers full use of the Roadmap as well as how to combine it with other methods, such as the Trade Scalper, Blueprint, Atlas Line, etc.
Can You Scalp Tick Charts? Yes! Watch This Big Trade.
February 2, 2022
We recently received an email from someone who asked if it's possible to use the Trade Scalper with tick charts. Here's a video of just that. In this instance, John Paul is using a 250-tick chart. What does that mean? Each candle represents 250 transactions. Tick charts are based on transactions, not time. That means the time axis on the bottom is not perfectly incremented in five-minute values as is the case on a 5-Minute chart or any other time-based chart type. With a 250-tick chart, imagine a bucket that can only be filled with 250 small stones. Sometimes, the bucket will be filled faster because there is more activity filling the bucket. Other times, it will take longer because of less activity. There's a big trade here.
Another Day of High Volatility and a $1,250 Possibility
January 27, 2022
The Atlas Line is a go-to method for so many traders. It's available as a standalone system and as part of the 8-Week Mentorship Program. We show it often because we want people to see it working. We don't always explain how it works in every video. But if you're reading this, know that the main long and short signals appear when there are two closes either above or below the Atlas Line. Once that happens, a long or short signal will appear, respectively. The line itself can be used as a filtering and confirming tool with any other methods you're using. For example, if price is below the Atlas Line, the Atlas Line is recommending short trades only. Then you can go for short trades only using your other methods.
High Volatility Trading With a 5-point Target
January 21, 2022
All of this high volatility is keeping a lot of traders on the fence. When this happens, you may want to switch from a 5-Minute chart to a 1-Minute or 30-Second so that your ATR (Average True Range), which should be using a period value of 4, can show a value ranging from 2 to 5. This makes the profit target and risk potential much more managable for many traders. At first, this video will show you the Atlas Line and Trade Scalper. The remainder focuses on a powerful method from the 8-Week Mentorship, the Roadmap. The Roadmap is a tool that identifies areas of manipulation where those big players buy and sell to intentionally set up areas of support and resistance. Using the Roadmap, these Zones are outline and signals are provided.
January Effect Predicts 2022 Will Be a Down Year
January 20, 2022
This was a surprise. In recent years, the January Effect has been highly accurate in predicting up years. The last two years are immediate examples. So, when January 2022 was over with, we applied the January Effect analysis and discovered that 2022 is expected to be a down year. This hasn't happened in a long time. Reading the headlines lately (and in between the questionable lines), it's easy to get the since something odd is afoot. Why was 2021 such a great year despite another year of an almost global shutdown with all of these imports and exports blocks? How much of the market movement is really based on conventional economics? How much of it is something more mysterious? Maybe 2022 is the year we see a historic crash.
10 Winners in 1 Day Using the Atlas Line
January 19, 2022
You read that right. Here's a signal review for many winning Atlas Line trades. The Atlas Line can be used with the U.S., London session, and Asian day sessions. If you're trading international markets, make sure you have a good financial calendar that shows scheduled news events for that region. We have a free news indicator for NinjaTrader that does this. You can also check the footer of this site for a link to the market news page, which consists of two financial calendars. For the Atlas Line signal review, John Paul is using an E-mini S&P 500 chart (ES) with a time frame of 1-Minute. The small S symbols are for Strength trades. The small P symbols are for Pullbacks. You'll learn them in the included live training.
When You See This Happening, Think Manipulation...
January 18, 2022
It's no surprise the markets are manipulated. We've been saying it for years. Here's an example. The market is getting stuck within a Roadmap Zone. This is an indication of resistance, or that manipulation is occurring. As traders buy, they want to get out with profit. So, when enough exit a position, guess what happens. The market goes relatively flat for a period of time before finding a new direction. The purpose of the Roadmap software is to identify these Zones and provide signals. If you know a Zone area, you can prepare for a reversal or exit a position on time. You can also strategically position a stop loss. This is why the Roadmap is fundamental and in 8-Week Mentorship.
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.
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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