What a historic trading day. The S&P reached new heights. Did your trading methods take full advantage of today’s upward trend? Our Trade Scalper and Atlas Line sure did!

MarketWatch.com said, “The S&P 500 on Thursday finished above the 4,000 milestone for the first time.” That directly translates to big day for the E-mini. That’s why we want to share with you what happened today with our Trade Scalper and Atlas Line signals. You won’t want to miss this video…

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The Atlas Line and Trade Scalper can work together harmoniously, filtering and confirming anticipated price direction on this historic trading day.

As you can see, both systems were in “agreement” that the market would be heading up, and up, and up…

And that’s exactly what happened! Of course, you didn’t have to take every trade, but there were certainly enough winners to be had.

With the Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan, vaccine news, anticipated post-COVID-19 economic recovery, and other events deemed positive, can we expect more of these bullish days? You better get ready. Perhaps new historic trading days are to come.

Also, just a heads up that markets such as the E-mini will be closed this Friday (Good Friday, April 2) as of 9:15 a.m. US/Eastern. The markets will open again at their regular time on Sunday, April 4 (Easter) at 6:00 p.m. US/Eastern. Generally, we do not recommend trading on Sunday evenings, especially Easter Sunday. The official holiday information is available from the CME Group website.

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