# Simple Moving Average

Periods

Also see Wikipedia - Moving Averages

# Exponential Moving Average

Periods

Also see Wikipedia - Moving Averages

# Time Series Moving Average

The calculation is derived from linear regression forecasts instead of actual data values.

For that reason, the Time Series Moving Average can be much greater than or less than the underlying data if the linear regression trend has been increasing or decreasing.

Periods Also see Wikipedia - Moving Averages and Wikipedia - Linear Regression

# Variable Moving Average

Periods

Also see Wikipedia - Moving Averages

# Triangular Moving Average

However, the Triangular Moving Average differs in that it is calculated and averaged n-times. The actual formula is TMA = (SMA1 + SMA2 + SMA3 + SMA4 + ... SMAn) / n.

Periods

Also see Wikipedia - Moving Averages

# Weighted Moving Average

Periods

Also see Wikipedia - Moving Averages

# VIDYA

Periods

R2 Scale - R2 scale to use in the linear regression calculation.

Also see Wikipedia - Moving Averages

# Welles Wilder Smoothing

Periods

Also see Wikipedia - Moving Averages and Wikipedia - Average Directional Index

# High Minus Low

# Median Price

Also see Wikipedia - Median

# Typical Price

Also see Wikipedia - Typical Price

# Weighted Close

This indicator is similar to standard Pivot Points, except more weight is given to the most recent values in the underlying data.

Also see Wikipedia - Pivot Points

# Volume Rate of Change

If the volume from the current day is lower than n-periods ago, volume ROC trends lower. The actual formula is ((Volume - Volume n-periods ago ) / Volume n-periods ago) * 100

Also see Wikipedia - Momentum Analysis

# Price Rate of Change

If the price from the current day is lower than n-periods ago, Price ROC trends lower. The actual formula is ((Close - Close n-periods ago ) / Close n-periods ago) * 100

Also see Wikipedia - Momentum Analysis

# Standard Deviation

Low values indicate that the security's price is very close to the mean, whereas high values indicate that the price is more volatile than normal.

Periods

Standard Deviations

Moving Average Type

Also see Wikipedia - Standard Deviation

# Highest High Value

# Lowest Low Value

# Linear Regression R2

Periods

Also see Wikipedia - Linear Regression and Wikipedia - R2

# Linear Regression Forecast

Periods

Also see Wikipedia - Linear Regression

# Linear Regression Slope

Periods

Also see Wikipedia - Linear Regression

# Linear Regression Intercept

Periods

Also see Wikipedia - Linear Regression

# Time Series Forecast

Periods

Also see Wikipedia - Linear Regression

# Bollinger Bands

Periods

Standard Deviations

Moving Average Type

Also see Wikipedia - Bollinger Bands

# Moving Average Envelope

Periods

Shift Percentage

Moving Average Type

Also see Wikipedia - Moving Average

# High Low Bands

Also see Wikipedia - Moving Average

# Fractal Chaos Bands

The patterns are similar regardless of the time resolution. Like the chambers of the nautilus, each level is like the one before it, but the size is different.

Fractal Chaos Bands can be used to examine these patterns.

Also see Wikipedia - Fractals

# Prime Number Bands

Also see Wikipedia - Prime Number

# Money Flow Index

An "up" market day is where the close price of a security closes higher than the previous close and a "down" day is where the close price closes lower than the previous close.

Also see Wikipedia - Money Flow Index

# Trade Volume Index

Minimum Tick Value

Also see Wikipedia - Money Flow Index

# Swing Index

Also see Wikipedia - Swing Trading

# Accumulative Swing Index

Also see Wikipedia - Swing Trading

# Relative Strength Index

RSI is computed as the ratio of higher closes to lower closes within an n-period sliding window.

Periods

Also see Wikipedia - Relative Strength Index

# Comparative Relative Strength

Source 2

Also see Wikipedia - Relative Strength Index

# Price Volume Trend

Also see Wikipedia - Price Volume Trend

# Positive Volume Index

# Negative Volume Index

# On Balance Volume

Also see Wikipedia - On Balance Volume

# Performance Index

# Mass Index

# Chaikin Money Flow

Also see Wikipedia - Money Flow Index

# Commodity Channel Index

Also see Wikipedia - Commodity Channel Index

# Stochastic Momentum Index

The most widely used method for interpreting the Stochastic Momentum Index is to buy when either component rises above 40 or sell when either component falls below 40.

Another method is to buy when %K rises above %D and sell when %K falls below %D.

%K Smoothing

%K Double Smoothing

%D Periods

Moving Average Type

%D Moving Average Type

Also see Wikipedia - Stochastic Indicator

# Historical Volatility

Historical volatility outputs an n-period index ranging between 1 and 0. The formula is Stdev(Log(Close / Close Yesterday), 30) * Sqrt(365)

Periods

Standard Deviations

Bar History

# Chande Momentum Oscillator

Periods

# Momentum Oscillator

Periods

# TRIX

Periods

Also see Wikipedia - TRIX

# Vertical Horizontal Filter

Periods

# Ultimate Oscillator

Cycle 2

Cycle 3

Also see Wikipedia - Ultimate Oscillator

# Williams %R

Also see Wikipedia - Williams %R

# Williams Accumulation Distribution

Also see Wikipedia - Accumulation Distribution

# Volume Oscillator

Long Term Periods

Points or Percent

# Chaikin Volatility

Rate of Change

Moving Average Type

# Stochastic Oscillator

The most widely used method for interpreting the Stochastic Oscillator is to buy when either component rises above 80 or sell when either component falls below 20.

Another way to interpret the Stochastic Oscillator is to buy when %K rises above %D, and conversely, sell when %K falls below %D.

%K Smoothing Periods

%D Periods

Moving Average Type

Also see Wikipedia - Stochastic Oscillator

# Price Oscillator

Cycle 1

Cycle 2

# MACD

Short Cycle

Long Cycle

Moving Average Type

Also see Wikipedia - MACD

# MACD Histogram

Short Cycle

Long Cycle

Moving Average Type

Also see Wikipedia - MACD

# Ease Of Movement

Moving Average Type

Also see Wikipedia - Ease Of Movment

# Detrended Price Oscillator

Periods

Moving Average Type

Also see Wikipedia - Detrended Price Oscillator

# Parabolic SAR

Max AF

Also see Wikipedia - ParabolicSAR

# Directional Movement System

The higher the ADX line, the more the market is trending and the more suitable it becomes for a trend-following system.

DI+ represents a measure of uptrend strength and DI- represents a measure of downtrend strength.

Detailed information about this indicator can be found in Welles Wilder's book, "New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems".

Also see Wikipedia - Directional Movement System

# True Range

Also see Wikipedia - Average True Range

# Average True Range

Also see Wikipedia - Average True Range

# Aroon

# Aroon Oscillator

# Rainbow Oscillator

Levels

Moving Average Type

# Fractal Chaos Oscillator

The patterns are similar regardless of the time resolution. Like the chambers of the nautilus, each level is like the one before it, but the size is different.

The Fractal Chaos Oscillator can be used to examine these patterns.

# Prime Number Oscillator

Also see Wikipedia - Prime Number

# Elder Ray Bull Power and Bear Power

Moving Average Type

# Elder Force Index

# Elder Thermometer

This indicator measures the "temperature" of the market, indicated by greater or lesser intraday ranges.

# Ehler's Fisher Transform

The Fisher Transform makes the probability distribution function nearly Gaussian, creating turning points that are sharply peaked for easier identification of trend changes.

# Keltner Channel

Shift Percentage

Moving Average Type

# Market Facilitation Index

Likewise, when both the Market Facilitation Index and Volume decrease, it can be said that market participants are losing interest.

Also see Wikipedia - Market Facilitation Index

# Schaff Trend Cycle

Short Cycle

Long Cycle

Moving Average Type

Also see Wikipedia - MACD

# QStick

Moving Average Type

Also see Wikipedia - Candlestick Chart

# Stoller Average Range Channels

Shift Percentage

Moving Average Type

# Center Of Gravity

The prices can be thought of as being placed on two ends of a beam that is supported in the center. The oscillator represents the balance point or center of gravity on the beam.

# Coppock Curve

Also see Wikipedia - Coppock Curve

# Chande Forecast Oscillator

Periods

# Gopalakrishnan Range Index

Also see Traders.com - Gopalakrishnan Range Index

# Intraday Momentum Index

Also see Wikipedia - Relative Strength Index

# Klinger Volume Oscillator

Long Cycle

Short Cycle

Moving Average Type

# Pretty Good Oscillator

# RAVI

Short Cycle

Long Cycle

# Random Walk Index

Also see Wikipedia - Random Walk

# Twiggs Money Flow

The indicator is based on the observation that bullish markets are normally signaled by increased volume along with bar closes above the median of each bar.

Likewise, bearish markets are normally signaled by increased volume along with bar closes below the median of each bar.

Also see Author - Twiggs Money Flow

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