Technical Indicators

The Relative Strength Index, also known as the RSI, is one of the most frequently used technical oscillators for those interested in day trading, as well as long term buy and hold investors. On different trading platforms, the Relative Strength Index may be called simply RSI or RSI Wilder. Wilder is the last name of the person who invented this popular oscillator.
The absolute breadth index (ABI) is a momentum indicator measuring the amount of volatility on the New York Stock Exchange. The indicator is used by long-term investors to gauge when a market is in a sustainable bull or bear market.
Traders use the arms index to spot the increase or decrease of volume for stocks on an intra day basis. The arms index is also referred to as the TRIN (Trading Index) and is primarily a short-term trading tool.
There are three main trading oscillators: the MACD, ROC, and Stochastic indicators. These three trading oscillators help show market tops and bottoms, as well as prime a trading strategy to prepare for changes in the current trends and predict future market direction.
The breadth thrust indicator is a momentum indicator used to identify major bull markets.
Climactic Volume can be used to spot major turning points in a stock. Learn how to use the fear and greed of the public to your advantage.
The displaced moving average is created by shifting the moving average forward or backwards in time by a set number of intervals.
Lagging indicators provide delayed buy and sell signals with the aim of profiting from long-term price trends.
Leading indicators provide insight into the possible future direction of a security, prior to the actual price movement.
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