Automated Day Trading
Quantified Signals for Futures Traders
Our system enters trades automatically based on a set of pre-defined conditions.
We use statistical analysis to find high probability short-term trading opportunities.
Price Action
Our system utilizes price action analysis to provide the most objective trade signals available.
Quantified Order-Flow Analysis
Our Automated Algorithm provides the highest objectivity of signals which are founded on the analysis of real-time order-flow data. The plots below show where actual orders have been placed. This is important because we can now utilize predictive analytics to create a price cone where we expect price to trade in the near future.

Our preferred markets to trade are listed below.
Nasdaq100 Futures
Order-Flow Analysis with predictive cone shows where price is expected to trade.
Pound Futures
Order-Flow Analysis with predictive cone shows where price is expected to trade.
Mini Dow Futures
Order-Flow Analysis with predictive cone shows where price is expected to trade.
Crude Oil Futures
Order-Flow Analysis with predictive cone shows where price is expected to trade.
Automatic Stop-Order Adjustment
Our Automated Algorithm provides the most effective method of trailing stop-loss orders. The program is designed to identify new structure support/resistance in the price chart and to automatically relocate the stop-loss order to this new location.
By allowing the trade time, and space to properly develop a trend we increase our chances of capturing winners that are larger than losers.
This is important because the system relies on short term bursts of larger than normal trading activity which pushes price off balance to create new trends.
The system is designed to protect capital by limiting executions to only high trade activity environments. High activity and large orders typically precede large trends which assist the trader in reaching new equity highs.
Fast-Forward Replay Example
  •  Statistics: We use Mean Reversion, Frequency of Occurrence and Standard Deviation measurements to produce trade signals.
  •  Order-Flow: We incorporate statistical analysis of incoming block trades to know when to enter the market.
  •  Price Action: These patterns are important because they hold accumulation, distribution and trapped traders ready to liquidate; our favorite for identifying cracks in the foundation of support or resistance areas.
  •  Volume Profile: A profile shows the development of volume, which always precedes price. Our indicators read and record volume profile internally to identify hidden areas of missing volume on every time-frame.
  • Scientific Method: Most importantly, all indicators and algorithms are initially based on the visual observations of veteran traders. Trade ideas are then coded, back-tested and forward-tested prior to being presented.
  •  Full Track Record:  Our on-screen performance report is based on trading 1 contract quantity to show you don't need a massive account to get started. We recommend starting with a minimum of $5,000, but have had students follow along with as little as $500.
  •   Small Stops: Our system is designed to limit intra-trade drawdown by force liquidating trades that do not produce positive gains. In addition, stop losses are dynamic and automatically adjust to trail the markets structure.
  •  Audible Alerts: Audible Alerts allow you to have the browser up in the background and be alerted when market activity picks up, or when a trade signal is given.
How It Works
  •  2-3 Trades Per Week
  •  Audible Alerts
  •  SMS Text Alerts
  •  Automated Entry and Order Handling
Although our system is an Automated Day Trading System running on a 5 minute timeframe,  it may not trade every day.

We pride ourselves on consistency and capital preservation; we will wait for optimal entry conditions. 
The system averages 2-3 trades per week.

This is not for everyone.

This is for the trader interested in consistent Weekly and Monthly growth in the PnL equity curve.
You are expected to follow along and enter trades with stop losses according to our system as soon as they are given. 

Success is achieved when the trade reaches a 1:1 risk to reward ratio, however we may choose to continue to manage the trade to 3 times the initial risk. 

Members who join the text message service will receive entry and initial stop-loss signals.
Members who join the trade room screen-share will be able to see how the open orders are managed in real-time.

Order-Flow based signals
Market Analysis 
Text Alerts
When you subscribe as a member you will be added into the Text Message Alert System. This allows you the ability to know when we are getting into a trade without having to be in front of your computer screen.
Live PnL
We show the platform based PnL graph in the live stream itself so you can compare your progress to ours.
On-Screen Chart Trader with Audible Alerts
Trades are automatically entered by the system . Both entry and stop loss is visible to the viewer to follow along.
Volume Profile Trading System
Indicators for Trading the VP Tool
Systematic Indicators are overlaid over the VP Tool to allow the user to identify optimal trade setup location. By following an objective rules based system the trader avoids emotional gut feeling trades and begins to stack the laws of probabilities on their side.
Price Action Gap
Price Action Gaps identify both bullish and bearish intrabar low volume activity. When the Low[0] > High[2] (The Current Bars Low is Greater Than the High 2 Bars Ago) this indicates trending activity on the lower timeframe charts. This is important because price action often overlaps more often than not and these areas do not contain as much volume relative to overlapping bars. This pattern can be observed and confirmed by loading a volume profile indicator on a lower time frame. By loading the Price Action Indicator on your chart and doing manual backtesting you will begin to see where market participants pile in to force trends to take place. You'll also see where those trend fail. Use your ability to easily identify these levels to your advantage by beginning to understand the psychology of what market participants are trying to do  at what price levels. 
Institutional Block-Orders
Block Orders in the Futures Markets are generally large single orders of 100 contracts but can vary from market to market. A large order at a key level can influence the balance of orders and cause price to move quickly. The Institutional Block-Order Indicator identifies the hand of large traders and plots them on the chart (63 Block in above image). 
Trend and Breakout Analyzer
Trends are best identified by counting up bars versus down bars. The Current Trend Indicator displays Uptrend, Downtrend or Neutral depending on the barcount for the given lookback period. It compares the amount of Up Bars to Down Bars and displays the results in the lower left corner, when the count is equal is displays as "Neutral". By comparing the bar count you will know the development, or bias of the trend which is hard to identify in consolidation or during turning points with a typical smoothed moving average. 
In addition the Breakout Analyzer lets you know if the current Close[0] is above or below the prior trading range. This indicator is useful in keeping you with the trend rather than trading against it. A Bullish Breakout combined with a Uptrend plot show clear bullish trend properties in the chart to help you pick trade direction. 
Price Magnets
 Price Magnets identify levels of unfinished business in the chart. They show areas were price has quickly left an area without a chance to fill all order in the book. Many traders are left with unfilled buy and sell orders of all types. Price has a very high likelihood of returning to these areas  to fill them.  Load the Price Magnets Indicator on your chart and backtest the indicator for yourself. You will see that 9 out of 10 levels are eventually filled on a closing basis. In the above chart there is a Price Magnet near 49.07 that has not been filled.  The Close[0]  of the bar must close above/below the Price Magnet for it to terminate. In the above example price has wicked above but could not close above. This attempt to terminate the Price Magnet has failed. For trend trading purposes we would now hold a Bearish Bias and would look to sell the first bear candle short to take out the lower Price Magnet at 47.84
Support and Resistance Zones
The Support and Resistance Indicator is unique in that is involves price action patterns rather than typical swing high and swing low points. In fact it does not include and swing high or swing low points in the code, although upon closer inspection it does appear to pick out the correct swing high/low areas for support/resistance. Load the Support and Resistance Indicator on your chart and backtest it for yourself. You will see how price respects the areas of support/resistance many time before the area is weakened and price is able to eat through.  For the patient trader waiting for ideal entry, the Support and Resistance Model can provide highly accurate trade levels based on specific price action and volume patterns which inherently cause price to stop and hesitate at such levels once it returns to it. 
Volume Delta Footprint
The Volume Delta Footprint Indicator identifies who is in control of the current bar. In the above chart, -5 represents the fact that there are more sellers built into that bar at the current time. The lower Footprint (red rectangle) with a reading of [8x3] shows us that sellers are in control and that there are 8 sellers and only 3 buyers built into the current bar. The indicator plots the cumulative bars delta for intrabar analysis. There is no need to plot the data for all bars, only the current bar. 
 Volume Delta (Change In Volume) = Sellers - Buyers
The Volume Delta Footprint indicator can be used on any timeframe and can be handy when tracking Daily bars to know if there is an imbalance (an up bar with neutral to negative delta), or especially useful for scalping on small timeframes when intrabar decision must be made. 
Trendbreak Pullback
The TrendBreak Pullback Indicator alerts you to the most important event in a chart; a trendbreak.  The TrendBreak Pullback indicator can be configured to Email, Text or even Audibly Alert the trader to an impending trade setup. In the above chart the market is trending higher before consolidating and closing below the prior consolidation. This means the prior traders who have gotten long are now trapped and holding negative positions. A movement is imminent and thus the TrendBreak Pullback indicator audibly alerts the trader who may have take a coffee break that something is finally about to happen. The Green line above 
Mean Reversion Buy Signal
The Mean Reversion Buy Signal is triggered at market dips that are relatively extreme to the prior trading range. They also contain a price action element which identifies the correct candle for buying confirmation. Utilize the Mean Reversion Buy Signal to enter long trades at optimal pullback opportunities. 
Volume Profile
The Volume Profile Graphics allows the user to identify pristine trade areas.

Areas for trading:
High Volume
Low Volume
Highest transaction level
2-3 Standard Deviations
Profile Development and Trend Distribution

Designed for NinjaTrader 7
Immediate Access
Day Trade Signals
Billed Monthly
  • Use any platform to enter orders
  • SMS Text Message Trade Alerts
  • Trade Entry and Stop Information
  • Average 3 signals per week
  • CL, NQ, YM, 6E
Volume profile trader
Indicator Package
One Time
  • 10 Proprietary NT7 Indicators 
  • Instructional Trading Course
  • Audible Alerts
  • Learn To Trade for a Living
Algorithmic account management
Monthly Per Contract Quantity
  • $5K Minimum Per Contract Traded
  • 247 Account Monitoring
  • Located near exchange
  • Day Trade Program
  • Low drawdown
  • Low trade frequency
  • Algorithmic entries
Required Risk Disclosure:
Futures and forex trading contains substantial risk and is not for every investor. An investor
could potentially lose all or more than the initial investment. Risk capital is money that can
be lost without jeopardizing ones’ financial security or life style. Only risk capital should be
used for trading and only those with sufficient risk capital should invest.