E-Mini Profit Video – Three Days In a Row

Three consecutive days of profit using the Atlas Line

At the end of October, John Paul from Day Trade to Win released a video showing three consecutive days of profitable ES (E-Mini S&P 500) futures. The profits were a direct result of order signals produced by the Atlas Line software / indicator. Since the Atlas Line is based on real-time and present-day market conditions, the system is highly adaptable to the recent volatility E-mini traders have experienced. When using the Atlas Line, the software will automatically recognize profitable opportunities by producing either a Long or Short order signal. This order signal indicates the buy or sell direction to take. In addition, the price is printed next to this signal as a reference. Secondarily, you can rely on the angle of the plotted Atlas Line in relation to price. When price is above the line, long trades work best. When price is below, short trades work best. The Atlas Line is a very simple yet elegant solution for the ES and many currency futures. The included live training and support is truly industry leading, with many Day Trade to Win testimonials raving over support. Two flavors of the Atlas Line are offered, either a 6-month or lifetime license. Even if you have another highly profitable trading method, the Atlas Line makes a welcome addition as a filtering tool.

Student from Price Action Course

As Nick from the above video will tell you, becoming a day trader is no easy task. There are many obstacles to overcome:

– Having enough funds to “gamble with”
– Establishing an account with a broker
– Learning the software platform (NinjaTrader / TradeStation / MetaStock, etc.)
– And most importantly, knowing how to make money!

John Paul’s Private Mentorship course at DayTradeToWin.com guides traders who are new to trading or experienced traders who need complete a more complete blueprint to follow. The course is roughly six weeks and based around the student’s availability (more effective during E-Mini S&P trading hours). The format is similar to that of a live trading room, only one-on-one. Students can contact John and ask questions at any time, even after the course is over.

In the course, there are 11 methods of price action trading. Most courses that focus on price action only offer one primary method coupled with one or two “worst case scenario” tactics. With 11 methods, there are plenty of black and white rules that John teaches his students so they’re not caught off-guard with price on the line (no Atlas Line pun intended).