• Indicators M ~ N

    • MA Oscillator
      The Moving Average Oscillator simply compares closing price to the moving average.
    • MACD Indicator
      The problem with oscillators is that they often whipsaw. Trading MACD large swings and divergences provides more reliable signals.
    • MACD Histogram
      The MACD Histogram (Moving Average Convergence Divergence Histogram) provides far earlier and more responsive signals than the original MACD, but is also more volatile.
    • MACD Percentage
      MACD Percentage Price Oscillator is a variation of the MACD indicator. The major difference is the percentage scale which enables comparison between stocks.
    • Mass Index
      Donald Dorsey's Mass Index predicts trend reversals by comparing trading range over a 9 day period.
    • Median Price
      Median price measures the mid-point of the trading range for each period.
    • Momentum Indicator
      Momentum measures trend strength and identifies likely reversal points: on divergences or when Momentum crosses the overbought/oversold line.
    • Money Flow Index
      Money Flow Index measures trend strength and warns of likely reversal points.
    • Moving Average
      The Moving Average smooths price data to create a powerful measure of trend direction. Simple, weighted and exponential moving averages are most popular.
    • Moving Average Filters
      Filters are employed to reduce the number of whipsaws when using moving average systems.
    • Moving Average High/Low/Open
      Calculates moving averages using daily, weekly or monthly Highs/Lows/Opens.
    • Multiple Moving Averages
      Daryl Guppy introduced multiple moving averages to measure trends and identify likely reversals. The indicator compares multiple short-term and long-term exponential moving averages.
    • Negative Volume
      Norman Fosback uses Negative Volume Index (NVI) with Positive Volume Index (PVI) to identify bull markets.