What happened with the first trade of the day on January 5, 2017? Watch the video to find out. It’s very easy to add the Atlas Line to your chart. After purchasing and installing the Atlas Line, go to the indicators panel, double-click the Atlas Line indicator, change any settings (you probably won’t need to), click OK. You should then see the Atlas Line begin to plot. Keep in mind that signals begin about 20 min. after the MarketOpen setting. Expect the first signals to appear on the E-mini around 10:00 a.m. EST. Free day trading education is included with purchase of the Atlas Line.
The first signal on the E-mini S&P was a short. The entry price indicated by the signal text was 2264. Market and limit orders work well. John Paul got in at 2264.25. That’s one tick better than the actual entry signal. Be careful not to limit yourself to a smaller profit target. The profit target should be based on current market conditions. If the market is more volatile (but not too volatile), then a larger profit target and stop loss may be more appropriate. Each time you place a trade, consider the risks. Trading is not for everyone. It’s important to spend time learning and asking many questions before trading with a live, funded account. The target of this trade is 2263. Never hold on to a trade for hours on end. The longer you hold on to a trade, the greater the risk.
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