Absolute Price Oscillator (APO)

An indicator based on the difference between two exponential moving averages, expressed in absolute terms. Also known as the MACD indicator, the APO is calculated by subtracting the longer exponential moving average from the shorter exponential moving average. See also: Price Oscillator (PO), Percentage Price Oscillator (PPO).

RSI Introduction

RSI was introduced by Welles Wilder in the late 1970’s. Wilder observed that you should initiate the trade when the momentum indicator changes direction only when the average upmove is greater than the average downmove over a given number of days, or the inverse for a sell signal – when the average momentum is relatively …

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The Floating Oscillator

By Martha Stokes, C.M.T. © copyright 2007 all rights reserved. Trading Range Market Conditions require a different approach to trading than a trending, or correction phase market. OF the four sideways trending patterns, the trading range has the widest point range. It also tends to last a much longer time than other sideways patterns. This …

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Stochastic RSI Indicator

The Stochastic RSI uses RSI values and their relationship over time to determine entry and exit points and to confirm other indicators’ signals. Chart courtesy of Prophet Financial Systems