Using the Atlas Line is very easy and a great tool to day trade or scalp the markets. See this video of how John Paul demonstrates the Atlas Line in real-time. Along with a great setup in the morning, a Double Bar Short Signal was given by the Atlas Line at around 2:30 p.m. EST. Upon comparing the signal with the ATR (Average True Range), we knew in advance where the bottom was.
The Atlas Line is a line drawn on your day trading chart from the time the trading session starts, calculating odds using a proprietary formula. In the morning, three Bounce Long symbols appeared between 9:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m., all advising to “go long.” Of course, these notifications occurred prior to the hike that began at around 10:30 a.m.
Then about halfway into the video, John Paul shows how the Atlas Line can be used in pre-market sessions. A Short signal is produced after-hours and shortly thereafter, price dropped a few points allowing for a pre-market profit.
John then rewinds the video again to show day trading the E-Mini activity on the 30th. A Long signal was generated that didn’t amount to that much, but check out what happens with the short signal at 1203.5…
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John Paul from DayTradeToWin.com demonstrates price action trading using the Atlas Line on the Canadian Dollar, Crude Oil, and E-Mini S&P. First, he makes a two-point profit using a long trade on the E-Mini S&P. Then he switches over to the Canadian Dollar for a double bar long trade. The last commodity he shows is Crude Light: price bounces of the Atlas Line – this was perfect day for long trades. He
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