Indicators

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The FDI ranges between 1.0 and 2.0. FDI approaches 1.0 when prices tend to move in a one-dimensional straight line. Conversely, the more closely prices look like a two-dimensional plane, the closer the FDI moves to 2.0. A trend causes the FDI to move down, and we can expect the trend to end when the FDI reaches the 1.35 level. The FDI does not indicate if the trend will reverse sharply, or if prices will begin to range, but that prices should reverse to perform like a fractal again soon.  FDI will move up if the market is not trending. When the FDI reaches 1.55, then a new trend is expected to start. The FDI does not indicate which way prices will break, only that a break should be coming soon.    
06 Aug 2012
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SMI Indicator is used to predict the trend prevailing in the market i.e. either bullish or bearish. The trend is bearish if its SMI Output is below 40. Conversely, an SMI Output of above 40 indicates a bullish trend. In SMI, when the current closing price is greater than the Midpoint of High/Low Range, the outcome is above zero. Similarly, when the Current Close is less than the Midpoint of High/Low Range, than SMI is below zero. SMI uses a wide range that can vary from a negative value of -100 to a positive value of +100. In order to smooth the results of SMI, a Moving Average is determined, a.k.a. Stochastic %D.  
06 Aug 2012
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A coherent unification model for trend indicators and oscillators is to technical analysis what a unification model of the micro-cosmos and the macro-cosmos is to physics. Although both models may still be far from being constructed, there is nonetheless a way of using trend indicators and oscillators to derive virtually instantaneous signals.      
06 Aug 2012
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The percentB indicator  
04 Aug 2012
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The Bandwidth indicator derived from the Bollinger Bands  
04 Aug 2012
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Coppock Curve indicator is designed for use on a monthly time scale. It's the sum of a 14-month rate of change and 11-month rate of change, smoothed by a 10-period weighted moving average.             
03 Aug 2012
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Standard deviation is calculated with the following formula: σ = √[ ∑(x-mean)2 / N ]
25 May 2012
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The McClellan oscillator is a market breadth indicator used by financial analysts to evaluate the rate of money entering or leaving the market and interpretively indicate overbought or oversold conditions of the market. Developed by Sherman and Marian McClellan in 1969, the oscillator is computed using the EMA of the daily ordinal difference of advancing issues (stocks which gained in value) from declining issues (stocks which fell in value) over 39 trading day and 19 trading day periods.
16 May 2012
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This is another version of stochastic rsi
17 Feb 2012
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A technical momentum indicator invented by the technical analyst Tushar Chande.    
17 Feb 2012
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The trend component of John Ehlers
17 Feb 2012
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The stochastic version for cyber cycle.
17 Feb 2012
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