• Indicators O ~ P

    • On Balance Volume
      Developed by Joseph Granville, OBV provides a powerful measure of accumulation and distribution by comparing volume to price movements.
    • Parabolic SAR
      Developed by J. Welles Wilder, the Parabolic SAR indicator provides excellent short/medium-term entry and exit points in trending markets.
    • Percentage Bands
      A simple trend-following system that plots bands at a set precentage above and below closing price, with a ratchet mechanism to prevent the lower band from falling during a long trade and the upper band from rising during a short trade.
    • Percentage Trailing Stops
      Percentage Trailing Stops are a simple but effective method for locking in profits
    • Pivot Points
      Pivot Points are used for calculating support and resistance for short-term trading.
    • Positive Volume
      Introduced by Norman Fosback, Positive Volume Index identifies bull and bear markets by measuring activity on days when volume is higher.
    • Price Comparison
      Price Comparison plots the performance of a stock against an index or a related stock.
    • Price Differential
      Similar to Price Comaprison, you can compare bond yields or interest rates that share the same price axis.
    • Price Envelope
      Sometimes referred to as Percentage Bands, Price Envelopes are plotted at a set percentage above and below a moving average.
    • Price Ratio
      A powerful tool for stock selection, Price Ratio is also referred to as Relative Strength and compares the performance of a stock relative to an index or a related stock.
    • Price Volume Trend
      The Price Volume Trend indicator measures the strength of trends and warns of reversals.