How do you determine if a day trading method is good or not? Consistency in all market conditions.
Watch the video below of an amazing Live demonstration of the Atlas Line clearly indicating trades. John Paul follows the Atlas Line’s lead and comes out a winner again
You can see how the Atlas Line indicates to go Short and Long and how it pays off to have the right day-trading tools. Using only price action and the Atlas Line,this resulted in a nice 1 point winner.
Trade 1 – Short – win for 5-6 ticks
Trade 2 – Short – win for 6-7 ticks
Trade 3 – Long – loss for 6-7 ticks
Trade 4 – Short – win for 6-7 ticks
Trade 5 – Long – win for 6-7 ticks
Trade 6 – Long – win for 4-5 ticks
This gives us a daily potential of 32 ticks if you traded using the Atlas Line.
The Atlas Line doesn’t readjust or recalculate itself. It starts plotting the same time every morning and continues in its path for the rest of the day calling out the trades you should be taking.
The ATR gives us a clear volatility indication for us to know when to get out. All in all, the combination of the Atlas Line and ATR leave little doubt for a day trader, allowing him to get in and out with profits and ease. Simplify your trading, gain confidence and make the right trading decisions with the right tools.