Does Your Trading System Produce These Results?

Here, we have John Paul from DayTradeToWin reviewing trading signals from multiple days, back-to-back. You will see the Atlas Line and the Trade Scalper signals and how these may have resulted in winning trades in the E-mini S&P 500 futures market. Once you’re a customer, you will see the same signals. Day Trade To Win helps clients configure their trading platform to be a complete practice environment for simulated futures trading. The idea is to get as close to real-money conditions without risking real funds in the markets. Why increase risk while learning? Once you’re ready to trade with real money, you can then purchase or lease the NinjaTrader 8 platform and open and fund a brokerage account.

The Atlas Line is useful as a standalone trading method and works nicely with other trading systems. The line begins plotting soon after market open and remains consistent in direction throughout the day. When price intersects the line and closes twice above or below, signals will appear. These are the main Long (buy) and Short (sell) signals. Additional Strength (S) and Pullback (P) signals are included. The “how” and “why” behind those signals are included in the customer-only live training. At about 2:35 in the video, you can see a collection of signals discussed, with the major identified as winners.

Generally, scalping is fast trading, in and out with smaller profit goals. The Trade Scalper scalping strategy is shown at 3:45 in the video. The signals appear with a directional triangle and are colored to represent Short or Long. On a 1-Minute chart, you could well see eight or more signals before noon. The Trade Scalper is also compatible with a 2 Range chart. The customer training fully explains how this strategy work, so you could trade it without software if you want. This is one of the most popular trading systems offered by DayTradeToWin.

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