- Aroon Oscillator
The Aroon Oscillator was developed by Tushar Chande to identify the start of a new trend and measure trend strength.
- Coppock Indicator
Edwin Coppock designed this oscillator with one sole purpose: to identify the commencement of bull markets.
- Directional Movement
Welles Wilder's Directional Movement is one of few indicators that not only provides trend signals but indicates whether a trend is suitable to trade.
- Donchian Channels
Richard Donchian's Channels are used in a number of trading systems to identify entry and exit points in trends.
- Ichimoku Cloud
Ichimoku Cloud is a complete trend trading system, combining leading and lagging averages with traditional candlestick charts.
- KST Indicator
Martin Pring's KST Indicator identifies major trend changes when KST crosses its signal line.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Parabolic SAR
Developed by J. Welles Wilder, the Parabolic SAR indicator provides excellent short/medium-term entry and exit points in trending markets.
- Rainbow 3D Moving Averages
Ivan Ballin's colorful variation of Daryl Guppy's Multiple Moving Averages.
- Bollinger %b
Bollinger %b is used to signal subtle entry and exit opportunities that may be overlooked in a trend.
Forewarned is Forearmed
Divergences on Twiggs Money Flow give early warning of trend changes, combining price & volume to reflect buying & selling pressure.
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