• Momentum Oscillators

    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Ichimoku Cloud
      Ichimoku Cloud is a complete trend trading system, combining leading and lagging averages with traditional candlestick charts.
    • Mass Index
      Donald Dorsey's Mass Index predicts trend reversals by comparing trading range over a 9 day period.
    • Momentum
      Momentum measures trend strength and identifies likely reversal points: on divergences or when Momentum crosses the overbought/oversold line.
    • Negative Volume
      Norman Fosback uses Negative Volume Index (NVI) with Positive Volume Index (PVI) to identify bull markets.
    • Positive Volume
      Introduced by Norman Fosback, Positive Volume Index identifies bull and bear markets by measuring activity on days when volume is higher.
    • Rate Of Change (Price)
      A refinement of Momentum, Rate of Change is designed to fluctuate as a percentage around the zero line.
    • Relative Strength Index (RSI)
      Developed by Welles Wilder, RSI (Relative Strength Index) is a popular momentum oscillator that compares upward and downward movements in closing price.
    • Slow Stochastic
      The Slow Stochastic Oscillator provides more reliable signals than the original indicator, applying further smoothing to reduce volatility and improve accuracy.
    • Smoothed Rate of Change (SROC)
      Smoothed Rate of Change (SROC), introduced by Fred G Schutzman in 1991, gives slower but more accurate signals than other momentum oscillators.
    • Stochastic Oscillator
      The Stochastic Oscillator tracks market momentum and provides excellent entry and exit signals from crossover of %K and %D lines or overbought/oversold levels.
    • TRIX Indicator
      Designed for trading trends, TRIX uses a triple-smoothed moving average to eliminate cycles shorter than the indicator period.
    • Twiggs Momentum Oscillator
      Twiggs Momentum Oscillator is a smoothed version of the Rate Of Change oscillator. Its primary purpose is to identify fast trending stocks.
    • Vertical Horizontal Filter (VHF)
      Adam White's Vertical Horizontal Filter (VHF) identifies trending and ranging markets.
    • Williams %R
      Williams %R is similar to Stochastic %K. Entry signals are taken on divergences, failure swings or crossover of the overbought/oversold level.
    • Williams Accumulate Distribute
      Larry Williams highlights accumulation and distribution by comparing daily trading ranges. Signals are taken on divergences.
    • Twiggs Smoothed Momentum
      Twiggs Smoothed Momentum is a smoothed version of the proprietary Twiggs Momentum oscillator. Its purpose is to provide a slower, less erratic signal for following long-term trends.
    • Chande Momentum Oscillator
      Chande Momentum Oscillator uses Overbought and Oversold levels, as well as Divergences, to identify reversals.
    • Ultimate Oscillator
      Larry Williams' Ultimate Oscillator uses three time frames in order to minimize false signals.
    • Stochastic RSI
      Stochastic RSI was designed by Tushar Chande and Stanley Kroll to generate more Overbought and Oversold signals than Welles Wilder's original Relative Strength oscillator.
    • Bollinger Bands
      Bollinger Band filters are calculated using exponential moving averages. Values are compared to Bollinger Bands at 1.0 standard deviation above and below the selected moving average.
    • Bollinger Bands
      Bollinger Bands are powerful signals. Here are two great strategies, for Bollinger Band Squeezes and Bollinger Band Trends.
    • MACD Indicator
      The problem with oscillators is that they often whipsaw. Trading MACD large swings and divergences provides more reliable signals.
    • MACD Percentage
      MACD Percentage Price Oscillator is a variation of theMACD indicator. The major difference is the percentage scale which enables comparison between stocks.

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