• Indicators Q ~ U

    • Rainbow 3D Moving Averages
      Ivan Ballin's colorful variation of Daryl Guppy's Multiple Moving Averages.
    • Rate Of Change (Price)
      A refinement of Momentum, Rate of Change is designed to fluctuate as a percentage around the zero line.
    • Rate of Change (Volume)
      The Rate of Change formula can also be applied to volume, where it highlights changes in volume activity.
    • Relative Strength (Compare)
      Relative Strength calculates the strength of one stock/index compared to a second stock/index, either with/without a specified intercept date.
    • 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.
    • Safezone Indicator
      Alexander Elder's Safezone Stops use Directional Movement to signal exits from a trend.
    • Simple Moving Average
      The simple moving average is easy to construct, but not always the most accurate. Includes formula.
    • 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.
    • Standard Deviation Channels
      Standard deviation channels, plotted at a set number of standard deviations around a linear regression line, provide useful entry and exit signals for trading trends.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Trend Lines
      The trend line is a powerful momentum indicator, alerting you to any acceleration or deceleration of the trend.
    • TRIX Indicator
      Designed for trading trends, TRIX uses a triple-smoothed moving average to eliminate cycles shorter than the indicator period.
    • True Range
      Welles Wilder's True Range adjusts the normal High - Low daily range when there is an opening gap.
    • 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.
    • Twiggs® Money Flow
      Colin Twiggs' Money Flow is a derivation of the Chaikin Money Flow indicator. Position above/below the zero line gives advance indication of breakouts, while divergences warn of reversals.
    • Twiggs® Proprietary Indicators
      Proprietary Indicators are designed by Colin Twiggs to highlight different aspects of buyer/seller sentiment or enthusiasm.
    • 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.
    • Twiggs® Trend Index
      Twiggs Trend Index is a variation of the popular Twiggs Money Flow indicator, calculated using Volatility instead of Volume, which offers two distinct advantages.
    • Twiggs® Volatility
      Twiggs Volatility is a proprietary volatility indicator used to flag elevated market risk.
    • Typical Price
      Typical price, calculated as (High Low Close) / 3, is a useful filter for moving average systems.
    • Ultimate Oscillator
      Larry Williams' Ultimate Oscillator uses three time frames in order to minimize false signals.