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Average True Range

Average True Range (ATR) is a technical indicator that calculates the market volatility.

 

Awesome Oscillator

The Awesome Oscillator (AO) indicator is a simple moving average of 34 periods, plotted through the midpoint of the bars (H+L)/2. It is reduced to a 5-period moving average, plotted through the midpoint of the bars (H+L)/2.

Bollinger Bands and Average Directional Index

Bollinger Bands is one of the most popular indicators of technical analysis. The closer the price is to the upper band, the more overbought the market is. The closer the price is to the lower band, more oversold the market is.

The Average Directional Movement Index (ADX) technical indicator helps to determine if there is a trend in prices. It was developed and described in detail by Welles Wilder in his book New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems.

Bollinger Bands

Bollinger Bands is one of the most popular indicators of technical analysis. The closer the price is to the upper band, the more overbought the market is. The closer the price is to the lower band, more oversold the market is.

Bollinger Band System

Bollinger Bands is one of the most popular indicators of technical analysis. The closer the price is to the upper band, the more overbought the market is. The closer the price is to the lower band, more oversold the market is.

Commodity Channel Index

The Commodity Channel Index (CCI) technical indicator measures a commodity's price deviation relative to its statistical average. High values of this indicator show that the price is unusually elevated compared to its average. Low values of the indicator reveal that the price is under its average value. Despite the indication nomenclature, the Commodity Channel Index can be used with any financial instrument and not just commodities.

Exponential Moving Average

The Exponential Moving Average is calculated by adding to the previous average value the difference in price between the closing price and previous average. This difference is multiplied by a factor of 2/(N+1). It allows the average to attribute greater importance to the most recent prices in the market.

Linearly Weighted Moving Average

The Linearly Weighted Moving Average attributes greater weight to recent market values. For calculating the weighted moving average, each closing price is multiplied by a coefficient. This coefficient varies linearly between 0 and 1, from the oldest to the newest quotation.

Exponential Moving Average and Average Directional Index

The Exponential Moving Average is calculated by adding to the previous average value the difference in price between the closing price and previous average. This difference is multiplied by a factor 2/(N+1). It allows the average to attribute greater importance to the most recent prices in the market.
The Average Directional Movement Index (ADX) technical indicator helps to determine if there is a trend in prices. It was developed and described in detail by Welles Wilder in his book New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems.

MACD (Moving Average Convergence / Divergence) and Average Directional Index

The Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) is calculated as the difference between two moving averages, typically 12 and 26 periods. It allows the construction of an indicator that shows the pair price momentum.

The Average Directional Movement Index (ADX) technical indicator helps to determine if there is a trend in prices. It was developed and described in detail by Welles Wilder in his book New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems.

MACD Crossover

The Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) is calculated as the difference between two moving averages, typically 12 and 26 periods. It allows the construction of an indicator that shows the pair price momentum.

Parabolic Stock Appreciation Right and Average Directional Index

The Parabolic SAR is a technical indicator developed to analyze trends constructed in the price chart. This indicator is similar to a moving average indicator; the difference is that a Parabolic SAR moves faster and may change position relative to the price. The indicator is under the prices in a bull market and above the prices in a bear market.

The Average Directional Movement Index (ADX) technical indicator helps to determine if there is a trend in prices. It was developed and described in detail by Welles Wilder in his book New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems.

Parabolic SAR and Oscillator Gator

The Parabolic SAR is a technical indicator developed to analyze trends constructed in the price chart. This indicator is similar to a moving average indicator; the difference is that a Parabolic SAR moves faster and may change position relative to the price. The indicator is under the prices in a bull market and above the prices in a bear market.

The Oscillator Gator is based in the Alligator indicator and shows the convergence/divergence degree (smoothed moving average).

Parabolic Stock Appreciation Right

The Parabolic SAR is a technical indicator developed to analyze trends constructed in the price chart. This indicator is similar to a moving average indicator; the difference is that a Parabolic SAR moves faster and may change position relative to the price. The indicator is under the prices in a bull market and above the prices in a bear market.

Relative Strength Index and Average Directional Index

The Relative Strength Index (RSI) is a momentum oscillator that measures the price speed and magnitude. When presenting the Relative Strength Index, Wilder recommended the use of a 14-day period for this indicator. Nevertheless, the use of 9- and 25-day periods has become popular.

The Average Directional Movement Index (ADX) technical indicator helps to determine if there is a trend in prices. It was developed and described in detail by Welles Wilder in his book New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems.

Relative Strength Index

The Relative Strength Index (RSI) is a momentum oscillator that measures the price speed and magnitude. When presenting the Relative Strength Index, Wilder recommended the use of a 14-day period for this indicator. Nevertheless, the use of 9- and 25-day periods has become popular.

Relative Vigor Index

The Relative Vigor Index (RVI) is based on the principle that prices trend to close at higher rates in an uptrend and at lower prices in downtrends. The closer the price closes to the maximum in an uptrend or to the minimum in downtrends, the higher the strength of the pair price. Investors expect that an RVI increases its value when an uptrend gains momentum; in these occasions, the pair prices usually close near to the maximum, while when open they are near the minimum.

Simple Moving Average

A Simple Moving Average is calculated by adding the pair prices in the window on the chosen period — for example, 12 hours. These values are divided by the number of analyzed periods.

Smoothed Arithmetical Average

The Smoothed Arithmetical Average's main purpose is to remove short-term fluctuations in pair prices. It allows the identification of trends on the pair price.

Stochastic and Average Directional Index

The Stochastic Indicator is a momentum indicator which uses support and resistance levels. The main line is called %K and the secondary line is called %D; the secondary line is a moving average from the principal. The %K is usually displayed as a solid line, while the %D is displayed as a dotted line.

The Average Directional Movement Index (ADX) technical indicator helps to determine if there is a trend in prices. It was developed and described in detail by Welles Wilder in his book New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems.

Williams %R

The William %R is a momentum indicator based on the closing price related to the maximum and minimum amplitude. This indicator is very similar to the Stochastic Indicator, but while the %R line has a scale adjust, the Stochastic Indicator has an internal average.

 

Commodity Channel Index (CCI) technical indicator measures the commodity’s price deviation related to its statistical average. High values of this indicator show that the price is unusually elevated if compared to its average.  Low values of the indicator, in turn, reveal that the price is unusually under its average. Despite the indication by the nomenclature, the Commodity Channel Index can be used with any financial instrument and not just commodities.
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