Technical Indicators


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How to Trade Using Harmonic Patterns (XABCD Patterns)

Harmonic Patterns (XABCD Pattern) drawing tool allows analysts created by Harold McKinley Gartley to highlight various five point chart patterns. Users can manually draw and maneuver the five separate points (XABCD). The XABCD points create four separate legs which combine to form chart patterns. The four legs are referred to as XA, AB, BC, and CD. Each of the five […]

How to Use Awesome Oscillator Indicator (AO)

Awesome Oscillator Definition Awesome Oscillator (AO) is a momentum indicator reflecting the precise changes in the market driving force which helps to identify the trend’s strength up to the points of formation and reversal. How to Use Awesome Oscillator Indicator in Forex Trading There are three main signals which may be seen: Saucer – three consecutive columns above the nought […]

How to Use Alligator Indicator

Alligator is an indicator designed to signal a trend absence, formation and direction. Bill Williams saw the alligator’s behavior as an allegory of the market’s one: the resting phase is turning into the price-hunting as the alligator awakes so that to come back to sleep after the feeding is over. The longer the alligator is sleeping the hungrier it gets […]

How to use Acceleration/Deceleration Oscillator Indicator

AC Oscillator Definition Acceleration/Deceleration (AC) technical indicator signals the acceleration or deceleration of the current market driving force. How to Use Acceleration/Deceleration The indicator is fluctuating around a median 0.00 (zero) level which corresponds to a relative balance of the market driving force with the acceleration. Positive values signal a growing bullish trend, while negative values may be qualified as […]

How to use Accumulation/Distribution Indicator

Accumulation/Distribution is a volume-based technical analysis indicator designed to reflect cumulative inflows and outflows of money for an asset by comparing close prices with highs and lows and weighting the relation by trading volumes. How to Use Accumulation/Distribution The Accumulation/Distribution line is used for trend confirmation or possible turning points identification purposes. Trend confirmation: An uptrend in prices is confirmed […]

How to Use Williams Percent Range Indicator

Williams Percent Range (%R) is a technical indicator developed by Larry Williams to identify whether an asset is overbought or oversold and therefore to determine possible turning points. Unlike the Stochastic oscillator Williams Percent Range is a single line fluctuating on a reverse scale. How to Use Williams Percent Range Indicator The main goal of Williams Percent Range is to […]

How to Use Relative Vigor Index (RVI) Indicator

Relative Vigor Index Indicator Definition Relative Vigor Index, developed by John Ehlers, is a technical indicator designed to determine price trend direction. The underlying logic is based on the assumption that close prices tend to be higher than open prices in a bullish environment and lower in a bearish environment. How to Use Relative Vigor Index in Trading The Relative […]

How to Use Momentum Indicator

Momentum Indicator Definition Momentum Oscillator is an indicator that shows trend direction and measures how quickly the price is changing by comparing current and past prices. How to Use Momentum Indicator In Trading The indicator is represented by a line, which oscillates around 100. Being an oscillator, momentum should be used within price trend analysis. Crossing the x-axis: It is […]

How to Use Force Index Indicator

Force Index Technical Indicator was developed by Alexander Elder. This index measures the Bulls Power at each increase, and the Bulls Power at each decrease. It connects the basic elements of market information: price trend, its drops, and volumes of transactions. This index can be used as it is, but it is better to approximate it with the help of […]

How to Use Ichimoku Kinko Hyo Indicator

Ichimoku Definition The Ichimoku Kinko Hyo (Equilibrium chart at a glance) is a comprehensive technical analysis tool introduced in 1968 by Tokyo columnist Goichi Hosoda. The concept of the system was to provide an immediate vision of trend sentiment, momentum and strength at a glance perceiving all the Ichimoku’s five components and a price in terms of interactions among them […]

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