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Live Webinar Part 2 – Dec. 2016 E-mini S&P Markets

December 8, 2016
During the last week of the year, the Stair Step pattern is often present. Price climbs, pauses, and repeats this cycle to form a series of candles that look like a staircase. The Atlas Line works well with this pattern because the Strength and Pullback signals provide additional confirmation for some of the step "climbs." This year, it's best to avoid trading on the Friday before Christmas and New Year's. Skip to around 9:00 to see how the A, B, and C parts of the day work with scalping.

Live Webinar Part 1 – Dec. 2016 E-mini S&P Markets

December 7, 2016
John Paul has seen how markets often rally toward the end of the year. He expects this month to be no different. In the morning, price tends to push in one direction. Watch to see how he recommends trading the morning market moves. Remember how to find those breakout January Effect trades? You can also apply the same technique during this month. Markets love to test highs and lows. Wait for price to bullishly surpass 50% of the the high/low range and that's the entry point.

Can You Keep up With This Fast Atlas Line Trade?

December 7, 2016
Two closes above the Atlas Line created a long opportunity in the E-mini S&P. Filled at 2202.5, the trade took about 10 minutes to complete. Based on the ATR (Average True Range), the profit target was set to 2204 and the stop to 2199.5. John Paul uses the ATM Strategy tool to help define the profit target and stop loss in advance. This makes it quik and easy to adjust once in a live trade. NinjaTrader's TextAndMarker setting makes it easy to see entries and exits on the chart.

Atlas Line – 8 Points, 3 Trades, All Price Action

November 30, 2016
During the live webinar, John Paul shared a couple of great Atlas Line trades. The first trade was worth 2.5 points (10 ticks). The second trade, appearing about 40 min. later, was for 3.5 points (14 ticks). The last trade occurred in the afternoon for 2 points (8 ticks). On the E-mini S&P, remember that each tick is worth $12.50, so therefore each point is worth $50. You can then multiply this by the number of contracts traded. This does not include broker fees.

Trailing Stops – What Every Trader Should Know

November 30, 2016
Trailing stop refers to a technique that allows you to essentially "lock in profit" by closing half (or more) of your position early once the trade has gone favorable. To do this, John Paul recommends using more than two contracts – preferably a multiple of two (2, 4, 6, 8, etc.). And of course, practice in simulation mode before attempting with live conditions. The best strategies to use with trailing stops include the Roadmap (Mentorship only), X-5, and Atlas Line.
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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