Momentum indicators

Momentum indicators allow traders to better understand the speed at which the price of a given security changes. They are great hint to understand the strength of price movements.

TRIX Indicator: How to trade with it?

TRIX Indicator: How to trade with it?

The Triple Exponential Moving Average (TRIX) helps investors determine the price momentum and identify oversold and overbought signals in a financial asset.It is composed of 3 main components: Zero line, TRIX line, Percentage Scale What is the TRIX Indicator? The...

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Chaikin Oscillator: A great tools for traders?

Chaikin Oscillator: A great tools for traders?

The Chaikin oscillator measures the Accumulation/Distribution Line of MACD.A cross above the ADL indicates that investors are accumulating (buying). Price follows volume, based on an old investing axiom. When traders buy a large number of shares of a stock that appear...

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Commodity Channel Index Indicator: Full Guide

Commodity Channel Index Indicator: Full Guide

The Commodity Channel Index is a momentum-based indicator.It helps traders determine when an investment vehicle gets to a condition of being overbought or oversold.This information makes it possible for traders to know if they want to enter or leave a trade. The...

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Ultimate Oscillator: How to trade it?

Ultimate Oscillator: How to trade it?

The Ultimate Oscillator is a momentum indicator.It integrates three various times within one value.It directs traders on how to better time their entry and exits in the market.  The ultimate oscillator is a momentum indicator. It grabs momentum across three...

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Coppock Curve Indicator: Trade it like a pro

Coppock Curve Indicator: Trade it like a pro

The Coppock Curve indicatoris a momentum indicator.It helps to identify long-term trading opportunities in the stock market.The Zero-Line functions as a trade-trigger. It gives the buying signal when the Coppock Curve is above zero and selling signals when the Coppock...

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Money Flow Index Indicator: Full Guide

Money Flow Index Indicator: Full Guide

The Money Flow Index (MFI) indicator is a momentum indicator.When MFI is above 80, the market is considered overbought.When MFI is below 20, the market is considered oversold.The indicator value can be used on its own, but it also can be used when it draws in...

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Awesome Oscillator Indicator: Definition

Awesome Oscillator Indicator: Definition

The legendary chartist, Bill Williams created the Awesome Oscillator indicator. He showed it as the best momentum indicator that is as simple as it is elegant. Traders use it to determine the momentum of the asset at hand in the course of recent events within the...

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Williams %R indicator: The Complete Guide

Williams %R indicator: The Complete Guide

The Williams %R indicator oscillates between 0 and -100.When its value is above -20, it sends an overbought signal.When its value is below -80, it sends an oversold signal.Overbought and oversold signals are clues the price is reaching extremes. What is the Williams...

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Ease of Movement Indicator: Definition

Ease of Movement Indicator: Definition

Ease of movement (EMV) momentum indicator shows the link between the rate of change in the price of an asset and its volume. It is best to use it for the daily chart and longer timeframes. Just as its name implies, the bigger the magnitude of the indicator, the easier...

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Stochastic RSI indicator: Full Guide [2020]

Stochastic RSI indicator: Full Guide [2020]

The oscillator helps trader take advantage of both momentum indicators to make another indicator. The new indicator is more sensitive and synchronises well to the historical performance of a particular security. It doesn’t generalized analysis of price variation. In...

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Rate of Change Indicator: Complete Guide [2020]

Rate of Change Indicator: Complete Guide [2020]

The Rate of Change (RoC) indicator is an unbounded momentum oscillator.Three main states are possible:A rising RoC above zero typically confirms an uptrend A falling RoC below zero indicates a downtrendA RoC hovering near zero hints for consolidation What is the ROC...

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Know Sure Thing (KST) Indicator: Full Guide

Know Sure Thing (KST) Indicator: Full Guide

The Know Sure Thing indicator, or KST, is a momentum oscillator.It takes into account four time periods (and not a single one as other indicators).It gives traders a bullish or bearish biais. The Know Sure Thing (KST) indicator that gives bullish and bearish...

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Chaikin Money Flow Indicator (CMF)

Chaikin Money Flow Indicator (CMF)

Created by Marc Chaikin, this Chaikin Money Flow indicator measures the amount of money flow volume over a particular time. Money flow volume is the basis for the accumulation/distribution Line. Rather than having a cumulative total, Chaikin money flow combines money...

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Momentum Indicator (MOM): Full Guide

Momentum Indicator (MOM): Full Guide

Traders use momentum indicators to have a better understanding of the speed or rate at which the price of a security changes. Momentum indicators are best used with other indicators and tools because they don’t work to detect the direction of movement, only the...

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MACD Indicator: The Ultimate Guide [2020]

MACD Indicator: The Ultimate Guide [2020]

The Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) is both a momentum and trend following indicator.It is calculated by subtracting the 26-period EMA (Exponential Moving Average) from the 12-period EMA.There are several ways to read it:When the lines crossWhen the...

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Stochastic Oscillator: Full Trading Guide [2020]

Stochastic Oscillator: Full Trading Guide [2020]

The stochastic oscillator is a popular momentum technical indicator.It gives traders overbought and oversold signals. What is the Stochastic indicator? The Stochastic Oscillator is a momentum indicator A stochastic oscillator is a momentum indicator that compares a...

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Relative Strength Index (RSI): Complete Guide

Relative Strength Index (RSI): Complete Guide

The RSI (Relative Strength Index) indicator is a popular momentum oscillator.It provides traders with bullish and bearish price momentum signal.When the RSI is above 70%, it's considered overbought; when it's below 30%, it's considered oversold. What is the Relative...

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