Stochastic RSI (sometimes and by some sellers and traders) called DTOSC (dynamic trend oscillator). It is basically a stochastic of rsi.
This version has 6 sub-types it is actually calculating:
Depending on parameters (stochastic 1, stochastic 2 and smoothing) it is :
x -> parameter is less than or equal to 1
n -> parameter is greater than 1
Overbought and oversold zones are marked for easier levels crossings as an aid in decision taking. All the six sub-types should be used following the rules that are usually applied for stochastic and rsi (stochastic being a kind of a "trend" indicator and rsi being a kind of a "momentum" indicator, the combination migh avoid the basic rules, but you shall find out that it is not so dificult to use those two combined rules together)
The version of well known Woodies CCI with correct implementation of trend changing rulesBB MACD
BB MACD is a MACD indicator variation with an addition of Bollinger bands