• Indicators V ~ Z

    • Vertical Horizontal Filter (VHF)
      Adam White's Vertical Horizontal Filter (VHF) identifies trending and ranging markets.
    • Volatility
      Volatility is a statistical measure of risk called the coefficient of variation.
    • Volatility Ratio
      Jack Schwager, in his book Schwager on Futures, uses the Volatility Ratio to identify wide-ranging days.
    • Volatility Stops
      Welles Wilder's original Volatility Stops uses Average True Range in a trend-following system.
    • Volume
      Volume highlights unusual trading activity and provide powerful confirmation of price signals.
    • Volume Oscillator
      Volume Oscillator is an easy to use indicator that highlights changes in volume activity.
    • Weighted Close
      Weighted Close, calculated as (High Low Close * 2 ) / 4, is a simple but effective filter for moving average systems.
    • Weighted Moving Average
      Weighted moving averages eliminate the distortion common to simple moving averages, but are more difficult to construct than exponential moving averages.
    • Wilder Moving Average
      Wilder moving averages are used mainly in indicators developed by J. Welles Wilder. Essentially the same as an exponential moving average, they use different weightings, for which users need to make allowance.
    • 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.
    • Williams Accumulation Distribution
      Williams Accumulation Distribution is traded on divergences. When price makes a new high and the indicator fails to exceed its previous high, distribution is taking place.