ZigZag : The Zigzag indicator is a series of section lines connecting significant tops and bottoms at the price plot. Minimum price change parameter determines the percentage for the price to move in order to form a new "Zig" or "Zag" line. This
Williams’ Percent Range (%R) : Williams’ Percent Range technical indicator (%R) is a dynamic technical indicator, which determines whether the market is overbought/oversold. Williams’ %R is very similar to Stochastic Oscillator . The only difference
Williams'Accumulation/Distribution (W_A/D) : Williams' A/D is the accumulated sum of positive "accumulational" and negative "distributional" price movements. For example, if the current closing price is higher than the previous one, W/AD increases by
Volume Rate of Change (VROC) : Volume Rate of Change (VROC) is an indicator of the direction where the volume trend moves. Its idea lies in the fact that almost all important graphical formations (peaks, bottoms, breaches, etc.) are accompanied by a
Volumes : The Volumes indicator shows volumes with different colors depending on the volume changes. The Indicator bars have two colors - green and red. The green color means that volume of the current bar is higher than volume of the previous bar
Ultimate Oscillator : Usually oscillators compare the smoothened price of a financial tool and its value n periods ago. Larry Williams once noticed that the efficiency of such oscillator can vary and depends on the number of single periods you take
Stochastic Oscillator : The Stochastic Oscillator technical indicator compares where a security’s price closed relative to its price range over a given time period. The Stochastic Oscillator is displayed as two lines. The main line is called %K. The
Standard Deviation (StdDev) : Technical indicator named Standard Deviation (StdDev) measures the market volatility. This indicator charactrizes the scale of price changes relating to the Moving Average . Thus, if the indicator value is large, the
Relative Vigor Index (RVI) : The main point of Relative Vigor Index (RVI) technical indicator is that on the bull market the closing price is, as a rule, higher, than the opening price. It is the other way round on the bear market. So the idea behind
Relative Strength Index (RSI) : The Relative Strength Index technical indicator (RSI) is a price-following oscillator that ranges between 0 and 100. When Wilder introduced the Relative Strength Index, he recommended using a 14-day RSI.. Since then
Price Rate of Change (ROC) : As you know, prices drop and grow in ondulatory way, in cycles. This cyclic movement is a result of change in investors' expectations and the price control fight between bulls and bears. Price Rate of Change (ROC)
Price and Volume Trend (PVT) : Price and Volume Trend (PVT) indicator, like On Balance Volume (OBV), represents the cumulative sum of trade volumes calculated considering close price changes. The calculation algorithm is close to that of the
Price Channel : The market is often accelerates and decelerate s its movements, so it's not easy to draw the straight lines of support and resistance levels. The Price Channel Indicator draws the price channel, its upper and lower boundaries are
Parabolic SAR : Parabolic SAR technical indicator was developed for analyzing the trending markets. The indicator is constructed on the price chart. This indicator is similar to Moving Average with the only difference that Parabolic SAR moves with
Moving Average of Oscillator (OsMA) : Moving Average of Oscillator (OsMA) is the difference between the oscillator and oscillator smoothing. In this case, the base line of Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD) is used as the oscillator, and
On Balance Volume (OBV) : On Balance Volume technical indicator (OBV) is a momentum technical indicator that relates volume to price change. The indicator, which Joseph Granville came up with, is pretty simple. If the close price of the current bar
Momentum : The Momentum technical indicator measures the amount that a security’s price has changed over a given time period. There are basically two ways to use the Momentum indicator: You can use the Momentum indicator as a trend-following
Money Flow Index (MFI) : Money Flow Index (MFI) is the technical indicator, which indicates the rate at which money is invested into a security and then withdrawn from it. Construction and interpretation of the indicator is similar to Relative
Mass Index : The Mass Index is developed to catch the trend reversal points. The mass index was created by Donald Dorcy. In case the movement is considerable the Mass Index goes up, otherwise if it is slight the Mass Index goes down. The daily prices
Market Facilitation Index (BW MFI) : Market Facilitation Index technical indicator (BW MFI) is the indicator which shows the change of price for one tick. Absolute values of the indicator do not mean anything as they are, only indicator changes have