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Rate Of Change (ROC)

The Rate of Change is a momentum indicator. It measures the percentage change between the current price and the price a specific number of periods in the past.

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Relative Strength Index (RSI)

The RSI was invented by J. Welles Wilder in the late seventies. It measures the momentum of the price. When it is increasing, the bulls are taking over the market. If it decreases, the bears are in charge.

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RSI With Region Crossovers

The RSI with region crossovers is simply the RSI, but used in a different way. As it’s described in the Relative Strength Index video, the RSI gives a buy signal when it’s in oversold and a sell signal when it’s overbought. However, with this indicator this works slightly different.

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Simple Moving Average (SMA)

The Simple Moving Average is a commonly used tool by traders to analyze the general trend of the price. The SMA is a trend indicator that smooths price movements to filter out the noise of an asset.

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Stochastic (Stoch)

The Stochastic is a momentum indicator that was developed by George C. Lane in the fifties and is similar to the RSI, but more volatile

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Stochastic RSI (StochRSI)

The Stochastic RSI indicator works very similarly to the Stochastic. As its name describes, it combines the indicators "Stochastic" and "RSI" in its calculation, making it an indicator of an indicator.

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Stochastic With Region Crossovers

The Stochastic with region crossovers is simply the Stochastic, but used in a different way. As it’s described in the Stochastic video, the Stochastic gives a buy signal when it’s in oversold and a sell signal when it’s overbought. However, with this indicator this works slightly different.

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StochRSI With Region Crossovers

The StochRSI with region crossovers is simply the StochRSI, but used in a different way. TheStochRSI gives a buy signal when it’s in oversold and a sell signal when it’s overbought. However, with this indicator this works slightly different.

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The Ultimate Oscillator (UO)

The Ultimate Oscillator is a momentum indicator developed in 1976 by Larry Williams. The Ultimate Oscillator combines short, medium and long-term periods to analyze the momentum of the price.

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Tilson Moving Average (T3)

Developed by Tim Tillson, the Tilson Moving Average (T3) is a trend indicator with the advantage of having less lag than other ones. That is, a faster moving average.

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Time Series Forecast (TSF)

The Time Series Forecast is a trend indicator that uses a linear regression to calculate the trend of the price.

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Triangular Moving Average (TMA)

The Triangular Moving Average is a trend indicator that has been averaged twice. That is, it is the simple moving average of a simple moving average.

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Triple Exponential Moving Average (TEMA)

The TEMA was developed by Patrick Mulloy. It is a moving average that includes several EMAs in its calculation to smooth price fluctuations, but without the lag that characterizes trend indicators.

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Weighted Moving Average (WMA)

The WMA is a trend indicator. This moving average is considered as one of the fastest amongst them.

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Williams Percentage R (%R)

Developed by Larry Williams, Williams % R is a momentum indicator that determines overbought and oversold zones, which oscillates between minus one hundred and zero.

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