Can you trade the E-mini’s end of day price activity? Yes, it is possible, but you should be careful! If we’re going to trade end-of-day, we used the powerful Roadmap software. The markets are manipulated. Would it not make sense to really manipulate price during the often volatile period at a trading day’s end? For many, that’s a period of consolidation, of rebalancing positions and so forth. So, why not sure a method that considers manipulation patterns, like the Roadmap?
The Roadmap’s Zone lines act as potential boundary points where something significant is expected to happen. The expectation is that there will be a bounce, that price will go near the zone and then reverse, or there will be a continuation, where price will pass through and continue onward. With either expectation, there is a way to position yourself for a potential win. You could get out of a trade at the right time, position yourself for a new one upon an anticipated reversal, or place a trade after a close or two beyond the Zone line.
The ATO 2 (At the Open 2) method focuses on finding a breakout move soon after the market opens. The initial morning period is also volatile, so we wait until after the initial move occurs, which helps define a pattern we can use later. This ATO 2 method is a flagship technique offered by DayTradeToWin.
For the period shown, there is a clear long winner. And the winning continues, not just for the E-mini S&P, but for other markets, including Crude Oil (CL). John Paul reviews three days of history in a row, so that you can better understand and better form a conclusion about the ATO 2 software.