John Paul discusses the offerings at Day Trade to Win and how they are all based off of price action. For the most part, the methods can be traded on anything because they’re price-action based. There is no bias for trading long or short. Candles prove the direction to trade (long or short) moving forward.
After this explanation, you’ll learn:
• Yo-Yo Bars – what they are and how to trade them
• The rules of first-come, first-served in electronic markets, HFT at the CME
• “Front-running” trades – set your sights on one tick in front of your goal
• How the Atlas Line can be used on the Euro, E-mini, Crude and Russell
• Trading news events
• Catastrophic stops, pivotal stops, time-based stops, and prove-it stops
• The January Effect
Before finding Day Trade to Win, Nick was refunding his day trading account every month. Now, he says that he’s withdrawing from his account, making around $100 to $200 a day. He says that his losses usually result in break-even days. Day Trade to Win focuses on getting you in and out at the right time, but most of the time, it’s the profit target. This speaks to the consistency of the Day Trade to Win. Unlike other day trading programs, the DayTradeToWin courses do not have subscription fees. All the fees are set, one-time and then you’re all set. Nick compliments the service of JP and his team. He says that can log in to your computer, provide you with assistance and answer all your questions. He uses the Power Price Action method, Atlas Line, and The Trade Scalper. You can see all of the Day Trade to Win courses here.
DTI Trading Pub sponsored this live webinar in which John Paul from Day Trade To Win teaches price action trading fundamentals. John Paul first covers the importance of trading news events and being aware of them using the free news indicator. Using the indicator you can see upcoming news events plotted on your NinjaTrader chart. This is a must-have. On the DayTradeToWin videos page, you can also see a video on how to trade news events. After discussing news, John Paul explains the Atlas Line entries and types of stops to use: catastrophic, time-based and prove-it. The ATR (Average True Range) is an excellent tool for telling whether a market is good for trading. This webinar is only a half-hour long and provides a coupon code for 10% off.