Immediately, you can see the Trade Scalper software running on the NinjaTrader platform. It is often used with a 2-Range chart, as seen here. Be careful with signals that occur soon after the market opens, as there are many factors out of your control within the first 10 or so minutes. Scalping with small stops during this volatile period may well cause a premature exit.
If you’re interested in checking out the ATO 2 and Atlas Line, jump to 3:55 in the video. Signals are shared.
Ordinarily, trading pre-market is too slow. Sitting in a trade for an hour waiting for action increases your risk. As long as volatility exists, you should be fine to trade. Review your charts to see volatility associated with Asia and Europe, for example. In our video, you’ll see a number of Trade Scalper signals that happened before the market “opened” at 9:30 a.m. EST. If the market moved during that time with decent volatility, do feel free to trade.
In summary, trade pre-market is permissible when conditions are volatile enough. Such conditions may be present around the open of those exchanges or instruments/markets. But, be aware that the first 15 minutes or so may subject you to greater risk. Indeed, the first 15 minutes are a volatile time.
In this video we’ll show you how to install the NinjaTrader 8 indicators easily. First of all, you must find an indicator to download and then import it. What is an indicator? It’s a trading tool that plugs into your chart to give you trading signals or other information to help you trade. We have many indicators. Take a look at the Trade Scalper, ATO 2, and Atlas Line. Also, we have an eight-week coaching program called Mentorship that provides access to all trading indicators with Lifetime Licenses.
And if you have already purchased one of our indicators, great! If not, you can download a free trading indicator from our downloads page. Once the indicator file is downloaded, remember where the indicator file has been downloaded! You’ll need to navigate to this folder later within NinjaTrader (in order to import the indicator). By the way, most indicators are offered as .zip files. .Zip is a file type that compresses multiple files within a single file. In Windows 10, .zip files behave a lot like regular folders aka directories. Good news – when it comes to importing indicators, NinjaTrader expects a .zip file. In other words, don’t do a darn thing with that downloaded indicator! Leave it as-is, as the indicator .zip file itself is what you’ll be imported into Ninja.
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In Mentorship, you will know all of the same strategies our students learned. Every course and software are included. The objective is for you to become a pro trader by the end of eight weeks. Other than the live training aspect, you can also log in and watch the recorded videos at your leisure anytime long after the program is over. Of course, we offer continued email support for trading questions.
In addition, we have a new trading video (see below) posted that shows our very popular Trade Scalper strategy. In case you’re new to trading, scalping is an approach that focuses on quick trades with the goal of making many small profits. The presenter here goes through a number of recent signals, showing both winning and losing trades. Click here to see the Trade Scalper or click here to see all of our offerings compared.
This is going be a long series of videos and articles about price action and how to trade using price action, instead of using indicators.
When you look through the web searching for information on day trading, you will likely come across pages or videos with charts that look something like THIS or THIS…
There will be more on this topic next time, I will continue this series of price action analysis videos, so please do subscribe to our Youtube channel now and stay updated when the videos are released.
Today, we are continuing with the series of short, but strong, video lectures on day trading using price action. We will create longer, more detailed and thorough videos for you later, but I want to show the topics in short and simple videos first.
Last time I spoke to you about how I came in contact with day trading using price action and how I became successful with technical analysis some 25 years ago. There are many assorted topics in the “field” of price action that we will need to go through one-by-one. Today, I want us to focus our attention on TRENDS. I don’t know if this is the obvious topic to start with. It might not be, but at the end of the day, trends are going to be the thing that makes you the money in trading, so I think it is a good choice of topic to begin with.
So please subscribe to our YouTube channel to get access to the next video. I’d love to hear comments and feedback on this series, so please comment and like the videos, and make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel.
How has your trading been so far in 2019? December 2018 was a month of steady bearish activity, taking price low to unexpected levels. So far in 2019, things are looking up. In this 2019 Atlas Line video, you can see how the Atlas Line produced two successful signals.
The Atlas Line software comprises of the blue line and signals seen in the video. At the point when price moves through the line and two candles close, a long or short signal is generated. You’ll know exactly when a signal will occur, so you can prepare in advance. From that point, it’s a matter of following the rules. The included training video explains it all.
In today’s episode we will have a look at something that is very, very basic when it comes to day trading and price action.
We will examine Support and Resistance. Today we are going to look at horizontal support and resistance. There is likewise diagonal support and resistance, and when I say diagonal I mean the nature of the market when it is trending. We will have support and resistance in trends as well. In the candlestick chart an uptrend would be diagonal from the bottom left corner, to the top right corner. But we will take a look at that in the next video.
Volume is something very significant when trading price action. We will cover volume in future episodes. In the next video in this Youtube series we will take a look at support and resistance in trends. That’s something that we call diagonal support and resistance.
In today’s episode we will resume with the topic of support and resistance, supply and demand, and merge those with trends, and repeat some of what we learned so far in this series.
We already discussed about trends and trend lines a couple of weeks ago, so You are already aware that a trend is the kind of price action that is going to make you money. You will buy at some price, say $10, the price will trend upwards, 11, 12, 13, 14 and you will sell for a profit at $15, as an example. Or you sell short at 100, the price will trend downwards 99, 98, 97, 96 and you will buy to cover at 95 and make money. That’s easy, right?
Today we have again talked about volume. The analysis of Volume is one of the foundations and corner stones in price action trading. In the next episode we will go through the basics of volume analysis. It is going to be important for you to know and understand, so please make sure you subscribe so you get access to the next Episode.