• Indicators A ~ C

    • Accumulation Distribution
      The Accumulation Distribution Indicator tracks the relationship between price and volume, acting as a leading indicator of price movements. The strongest signals are divergences.
    • ADX
      ADX is part of the Directional Movement System developed by J. Welles Wilder. It is used to warn of trend changes and to identify whether a stock is trending or ranging.
    • Aroon Oscillator
      The Aroon Oscillator was developed by Tushar Chande to identify the start of a new trend and measure trend strength.
    • ATR Bands
      Average True Range (ATR) Bands are used to signal exits in a similar fashion to ATR Trailing stops, but without the stop-and-reverse (SAR) of trailing stops.
    • ATR Trailing Stops
      ATR Trailing Stops are primarily used to protect capital and lock in profits on individual trades but they can also be used, in conjunction with a trend filter, to signal entries.
    • Average True Range
      Average True Range are used to measure commitment. Expanding ranges signal increased eagerness and contracting ranges, a loss of enthusiasm.
    • Bollinger Bands
      Bollinger Bands are powerful signals. Here are two great strategies, for Bollinger Band Squeezes and Bollinger Band Trends.
    • Bollinger Band® Width
      Bollinger's Bandwidth Indicator is used to warn of changes in volatility. A squeeze, where the bands converge into a narrow neck, often precedes a sharp price rise or fall.
    • Bollinger %b
      Bollinger %b is used to signal subtle entry and exit opportunities that may be overlooked in a trend.
    • Candlestick Patterns
      Candlestick chart signals that may not be apparent on a normal bar chart.
    • Chaikin Money Flow
      Developed by Marc Chaikin, the Chaikin Money Flow indicator often warns of breakouts and provides useful trend confirmation.
    • Chaikin Oscillator
      Marc Chaikin's oscillator monitors the flow of money in and out of the market.
    • Chaikin Volatility
      Developed by Marc Chaikin. Look for sharp increases in volatility prior to market tops and bottoms, followed by low volatility as the market loses interest.
    • Chande Momentum Oscillator
      Chande Momentum Oscillator uses Overbought and Oversold levels, as well as Divergences, to identify reversals.
    • Chandelier Exits
      Chuck LeBeau's Chandelier Exits are primarily used as a stop loss mechanism to time exits from a trending market.
    • Choppiness Index
      The Choppiness Index is a volatility indicator developed by Australian commodity trader Bill Dreiss to indicate whether a market is trending or ranging.
    • Commodity Channel Index
      Donald Lambert's Commodity Channel Index (CCI) highlights overbought and oversold markets and likely turning points.
    • Compare Prices
      Compare stock and/or index prices. Overlays can be plotted unadjusted, or to intercept on a selected date.
    • Coppock Indicator
      Edwin Coppock designed this oscillator with one sole purpose: to identify the commencement of bull markets.