• Indicators D ~ L

    • Detrended Price Oscillator
      The Detrended Price Oscillator isolates the short cycle, providing powerful trend signals on divergences.
    • Directional Movement Index
      The Directional Movement Index (DMI) is one of few indicators that not only provides trend signals but indicates whether a trend is suitable to trade.
    • Displaced Moving Average
      Displaced Moving Averages are useful for trend-following purposes, reducing the number of whipsaws compared to an equivalent Exponential or Simple Moving Average.
    • Donchian Channels
      Richard Donchian's Channels are used in a number of trading systems to identify entry and exit points in trends.
    • Ease of Movement
      Richard W Arms' powerful Ease of Movement indicator highlights the relationship between volume and price changes; useful for assessing the strength of a trend.
    • Elder Ray Index
      Developed by Dr Alexander Elder, the Elder-Ray indicator measures buying and selling pressure in the market and is often used as part of the Triple Screen trading system.
    • Equivolume Charts
      The greatest advance in the last decade, equivolume exposes price and volume interaction.
    • Exponential Moving Average
      Exponential moving averages are more sophisticated than simple moving averages and do not suffer from the same distortions.
    • Fibonacci Extensions
      Project Fibonacci extension levels from a present trend.
    • Fibonacci Retracements
      Project Fibonacci retracement levels from an existing trend.
    • Force Index
      Developed by Dr Alexander Elder, the Force index combines price movements and volume to measure the strength of bulls and bears in the market.
    • Heikin-Ashi Candlesticks
      Heikin Ashi candlesticks filter out market noise from traditional candlesticks.
    • Hull Moving Average
      Alan Hull developed the Hull Moving Average Indicator to be "responsive to current price activity while maintaining curve smoothness"
    • Ichimoku Cloud
      Ichimoku Cloud is a complete trend trading system, combining leading and lagging averages with traditional candlestick charts.
    • Inverted Axis
      You can invert the vertical price axis, to descending order, from the View menu.
    • Keltner Channels
      Linda Bradford Raschke popularized Keltner bands, plotted at an ATR multiple around an exponential MA, to filter trend entries.
    • KST Indicator
      Martin Pring's KST Indicator identifies major trend changes when KST crosses its signal line.
    • Linear Regression
      Linear regression fits a straight line to the selected data using a method called the Sum Of Least Squares.
    • Linear Regression Indicator
      The Linear Regression Indicator is used for trend identification and trend following in a similar fashion to moving averages, but reacts faster than an MA to trend changes.