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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

Trading Presentation – Filtering Trades, Part 1

February 28, 2010

No Black Box Trading – Clear Price Action

February 19, 2010
In this trade, 1099.25 is where John Paul wants to be. Those of you who took the earlier trade almost got the two points. You're looking at the ATO (At the Open) software. It's not like a traditional indicator. It gives you signals based on recent price activity. It's forward-looking and is not going to lag like the moving averages and other common tools. Our next live webinar goes into more detail regarding the lagging effect. The ATO is not a blackbox. You can learn to find the trades yourself using price action.

Atlas Line Multi-Market Video Recap

February 5, 2010
There are a couple of basic Atlas Line rules: go with long trades only when price is above, go with short trades when price is below. The Atlas Line is the diagonal blue line seen on the chart. It's for sale on the website. In some cases, it can act is a line of resistance. My clients see the same signals. On a prior day, even after a large move, the Atlas Line was confident price would continue moving down. Sure enough, that's what happened. Remember, no trading method is 100% accurate. The goal is to be successful long-term.

Limit Orders & E-mini Price Action

February 4, 2010
Here's an ATO (At the Open) short setup at 1093.50. John Paul takes the trade. He tries to only use limit orders. There were three consecutive bars that do not continue higher. This shows the market stalling out. We may see price begin moving downward. Once prices hits 1903.50, we will place the limit order. This trade should be at least worth two points. We had a webinar last night for clients. It was good to connect with everyone again. We offer email support to handle any trading questions.

Download Trading Course's First 3 Chapters

February 3, 2010
Just like it's taught in the course, here's a short ATO trade. We're a little late. This is called Chase the Trade. We had a couple of great webinars recently, including one for NinjaTrader and OTC. We're very busy. Let's see if the trade is filled. It's not worth stressing over each tick. Try to make the two to four points and call it a day. Avoid trading too much, as it will subject you to greater risk. NinjaTrader places the profit target and stop loss automatically because of the ATM Strategy.
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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