- Atlas-35 System for TS
- Atlas-35 Trading System
Welcome to Atlas-35 – one of the most powerful tools for technical and fundamental analysis of commodity futures markets available today.
Atlas-35 is a complete commodity futures trading program with buy and sell entries, protective stops, trailing stops and profit targets. The program is based on a true objective trading system and leaves nothing to subjectivity. The system combines proven mechanical technical analysis indicators calculations with sound money management principles. With every trade you will know the precise entry level and whether you are going long or short, how much you need to risk on the trade and when to exit.
The key benefits of Atlas-35 are:
Totally Technical Trading Decisions. Gives clear BUY or SELL signals.
Trades only busy, liquid markets, including Yen, Swiss Franc, Crude Oil and US Bonds.
Attempts to keep Low Equity Drawdowns and conserve your money for winning trades.
The Affiliated Brokers can enter your orders automatically.
Atlas-35 trading program was developed to trade a basket of 35 commodities. It trades all seven commodity groups: the grains, meats, softs, metals, energies, currencies and financials. The Stock Indices Futures group is traded by Chronos-1, Blind Terry and RT Trading Signals trading systems.
Atlas-35 uses more than 100 trading systems to perform computerized technical analysis. Each system falls into one of five general classes: Moving Average, Divergence, Pattern, Oscillator, and Trend. Atlas-35 optimizes many individual systems, and arrives at a collection in a Vote Output. It then runs Back Tests for each system to determine the system efficiency for each commodity market. Atlas-35 will simulate trading on each Trading System and select the best ones to form a consensus and compose trading signals based on the score from the test.
This process selects systems that “characterize the efficiency” of the commodity in the Back Test and yields the highest probability trades. As long as the general system efficiency after the Back Test remains more or less consistent, Atlas-35 will continue to generate excellent signals on the Vote Output from these systems.
Each and every day the program downloads historical and current price data and updates the system commodity portfolio with current prices. Based on the Active Trading Model, a systems test is performed on all commodities futures markets in the program portfolio. The trading systems “vote” or confirm one another to generate trading signals, accompanied by the signal relative confidence index reading. After each market is evaluated for strength, weakness and fundamental setup conditions, Atlas-35 produces buy/sell Trading Recommendations.
Risk and Money Management
Atlas-35 also consists of proprietary risk management rules and money management techniques for dealing with both losing and winning trades. The program provides an impressive array of exits (stops) for you to use in managing your trade once you get into it. Stop is an order to close an open trade if and when the market moves to a given price. The stop includes a price declaration and is considered an order in itself. The system has a stops control utility that allows you to place stops for open orders.
The exits in Atlas-35 make judicious use of the concepts of stop units, market volatility, pivot points and trend-lines. It utilizes a combination of exits and the system closes a trade with the first one hit, that is, the most conservative exit. Atlas-35 Risk and Money Management Rules comprise of the following types of exits:
Protective Loss Stops are placed below or above the entry price for buy/sell positions respectively, to limit the loss in case of losing trades, every time when a new trade is executed. For each commodity market the Protective Loss Stops are calculated based on: (1) the actual market volatility and (2) medium term pivot-points. Fixed actual market Volatility Loss Stops are placed at 2 times the Average True Range (ATR) from the previous day’s close. The ATR is defined as the average of the price movement over a preset number of days. Pivot-Point Fixed Loss Stop exits a trade when price equals or is less than (in the case of a loss stop in a long trade) an amount calculated by the price at the bottom of the prior pivot point minus the stop level parameter.
Breakeven Exit – Once price reaches a profit specified by the threshold level set at 50% of the short term Fibonacci Retracement Projections, the system moves your protective loss stop to your entry price (not including commissions and fees).
Profit Objectives are not specified by Atlas-35 exit rules and the system offsets the trading positions on reversing signal. Reversing Signals exits the trade when a signal is generated in the opposite direction. The reversing signal has two functions: to exit the existing trade and to enter a trade in the other direction.
Trailing Profit Stop – For the purposes of placing Trailing Profit Stop, we calculate minimum targets for the recommended positions. The minimum targets are based on medium term calculations and are projected at 50% Fibonacci Retracement Levels. The Profit Trailing Loss Stop is specified once the price reaches the minimum target. The system will “trail” the stop behind the price by an amount equal to 50% of the minimum target gain.
Advanced Trading Systems, Inc. (ATS) is an Informational Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) registered with United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). ATS specializes in the development of Trading Systems for the Commodity Futures Markets. It offers a variety of computerized trading systems for Intra-day trading on Stock Indexes, and Short-term speculative trading of commodity futures and options contracts, Daily Buy/Sell recommendations as well as Real Time Trading Signals for Financial Futures.
ATS is dedicated to facilitating the trading of futures and options contracts as efficiently and cost effectively as possible. ATS uses a combination of advanced market strategies and technical trading systems, based on quantitative calculations and fundamental assessments to identify a market opportunity. With this strategy in mind, we believe that commodity trading has not to be a venture, but strong, sound investment decision process.
Our trading systems are bringing computer science to bear on data analysis, designing computer trading models that evaluate proposed market strategies, price-trend patterns, and money management tactics. These models attempt to measure in quantitative terms the balance that exists between opposing market forces, so as to recognize:
(a) probable price turning points;
(b) estimate how far price movements are likely to carry;
(c) identify existing trends.
Computational methods are also being used to test the performance of various trading strategies for a period of many months over many different commodities.
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