If you take a look at this video, you can see three signals from two trading systems: Atlas Line and Trade Scalper. These trading systems are found exclusively through the DayTradeToWin.com website. After purchase, you can plug them right into your chart and see signals.
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Is a profit of $1,500 typical? Some days are better than others. That’s just the way trading is. Regardless of failure or success, it’s important to trade with money set aside for high risk trading. Before you even trade with real money, you’ll probably want to practice using real-time data. This way, you can monitor your performance during an experience that is as close to the real thing as possible.
The first signal is from the Trade Scalper. The Trade Scalper goes for many small trades throughout the day. Lately, it’s been used on a 1-Minute chart more than any other. That’s because of the high volatility. There have been many big events this year (2020) and who knows – more may come. You’ll probably want to stick with a 1-Minute chart throughout the year and for a time in 2021. Historically, that’s what was used anyway.
The 1-Minute chart has also been exceptionally useful for the Atlas Line. Traditionally, the Atlas Line was used on a 5-Minute chart. However, as of late, we’ve seen the ATR (Average True Range) well exceed the five-point maximum, so we’ve been using a 1-Minute chart almost exclusively. That’s great, though, because you can use both the Trade Scalper and Atlas Line on the same chart. More signals at the ready!