Technical Indicators

The McClellan Oscillator represents the total difference of the advancing and declining issues on the New York Stock Exchange. The indicator was developed by Sherman and Marian McClellan in 1969 by using the exponential moving average to better qualify the movement of the advancing and declining issues in the market.
The On Balance Volume (OBV) is a technical indicator used to gauge the momentum of an asset by measuring the relationship between price and volume.
The Public Short Ratio (PSR) is a market sentiment indicator that is used as a contrarian trading strategy. The indicator displays the relationship between the number of public short sellers and the total number of short sales.
Rate of Change Momentum Inidicator is used to measure the momentum of an asset.
A sentiment indicator focuses on investors expectations prior to release of actual data. This is believed to provide an early sign of how the market could be affected by investors beliefs.
The typical textbook will define swing trading in terms of trade duration, somewhere between 1 day and a couple weeks. We believe that the definition of swing trading is a time frame independent one.
With the current market action, many traders are left wondering if technical analysis works.
The upside downside volume indicator displays the difference between the advancing and declining issues on the New York Stock Exchange.
The most simple of all the technical indicators, moving averages are used by a wide variety of traders and investors to help forecast the future direction of the markets. Some common moving averages are the 20, 50, 100, and 200 day moving average settings.
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