The Atlas Line is a powerful trading tool that has been offered by DayTradeToWin.com for years. Hundreds of trading videos have shown its effectiveness in the E-mini and other popular markets. Today’s video is another addition. Look at how five of the six E-mini trades were successful, producing an estimated total of about +24 ticks of profit. Of course, profits or success of any kind cannot be guaranteed. The market can take a substantial portion of your money, so only trade with safe designated capital. Note that the trades in the video show how you could have profited under ideal conditions where the market filled you without any slippage. Broker fees and other trading fees you may be subject to are not considered in the estimated win total of $300, which is computed using $12.50 per tick multiplied by 24 ticks.
Your experience may differ, but if you followed the rules, you should have produced positive results for today. The Atlas Line can help you learn how to trade choppy markets.
How to Trade Choppy Markets
The market conditions were rather choppy. Many other trading systems would have failed, calling entries or tops and bottoms at points where the market may have continued going up or reversed. The Atlas Line was quite accurate in pinpointing ideal positions ahead of when they occurred. John Paul often describes the Atlas Line as a “forward-looking” indicator. Whereas many indicators constantly re-optimize themselves using past price history, the Atlas line requires little maintenance. In fact, many Atlas Line clients find the included one-hour trading video sufficient for understanding how the strategy works.
Free email support is provided in an effort to ensure understanding. Remote support is also included for new traders who may have difficulty installing or configuring the indicator. This is what makes the Atlas Line a great system for new or advanced traders – the support will fill in the gaps.
Where does one get the Atlas Line? The Atlas Line is available from the DayTradeToWin.com website exclusively. It was recently updated for NinjaTrader 8, with a few tweaks as far as the signals go. The signals and colors work nicely whether you use NinjaTrader’s dark or light color skins. We find that the darker colors cause less strain on the eyes, especially if you’re staring into a screen for a couple of hours a day looking for fine details (prices, time, etc.).