Woodie’s Pivot Points – Definition and Formulas

Woodies Pivot Points vs Traditional Pivot Points

Pivot points are a valuable tool for traders as they allow the calculation of support and resistance levels that can be used as a reference point to develop an entire methodology or approach to trading in the market. Another popular method for calculating pivot points is Woodie’s Pivot Points, which were developed by Ken Wood. In this approach, the closing … Read more

Oscillator of a Moving Average (OsMA) – Main Features

OsMA Oscillator

The OsMA (Moving Average of Oscillator) is a technical analysis indicator that measures the difference between an oscillator (usually the MACD) and its signal line (usually a moving average of the MACD).  The traditional OsMA is usually derived from the MACD (Moving Average Convergence Divergence) indicator, which is itself a widely used momentum indicator, but other oscillators can also be … Read more

Klinger oscillator in trading: how to take advantage of this indicator?

Klinger oscillator example

The Klinger oscillator in trading is one of many technical indicators used to find buying and selling opportunities in financial markets. The Klinger oscillator is unique in that it takes into account both price and volume data in its calculation. The theory behind the indicator is that strong price movements should be accompanied by strong volume and vice versa. When … Read more

Bull Power and Bear Power Indicators

The purpose of this article is to provide traders with a detailed explanation of the use of Bears Power and Bulls Power indicators, their calculation and their signals with a step-by-step tutorial. We will also explain how to use these indicators for trading in the financial markets. Bulls Power – Indicator that measures the strength of buyers The financial markets … Read more

Money Flow Index Indicator | Overbought and oversold zones

The Money Flow Index Indicator, or MFI indicator, is a technical indicator used to identify overbought and oversold zones. To understand the importance of this indicator, it is necessary to ask the following question: what moves the markets? The shortest answer maybe supply and demand. If the demand for an instrument is high and there is little supply, the price … Read more

Moving Average Envelopes Indicator

Envelopes, a trend following indicator Channels moving averages or Envelopes (Moving Average Envelopes) are channels whose lines, upper and lower are calculated as a deviation percentage of a simple moving average or exponential moving average. Each line is at the same percentage above and below the central moving average. This creates two parallel strips that follow the price action. This … Read more

RSI Signals Indicator for Metatrader 4

In this article, we present a custom dashboard indicator for Metatrader 4, called RSI Signals, which displays multiple signals from the RSI indicator on different instruments and time frames. It is a free custom indicator where the trader can select the currency pairs and time frames they want to view. Also, it is able to show when the RSI is … Read more

Matching Low Candlestick Pattern – Definition and Guide

The candlestick pattern Matching Low is a formation of two bearish candles presented in markets with a downward trend. It has moderate reliability and indicates that the price is likely to change from a bearish to a bullish trend. This pattern can be identified as follows: The current market trend is bearish. During the first period, a big black candle is formed. In the … Read more

Fractal Adaptive Moving Average (FRAMA)

The Fractal Adaptive Moving Average (FRAMA) is an adaptive and intelligent moving average developed by John Ehlers. It takes into account and gives higher priority precisely to price changes and closely follows the price when it shows significant movements, while in range markets it remains flat without presenting major changes. It uses the fractal dimension of market prices to dynamically adjust its smoothing period

FRAMA takes advantage of the fact that markets are fractals and dynamically adjusts the look-back period based on this fractal geometry. The actual calculation of this moving average is very elaborate and complicated. FRAMA is often used in combination with other signals and analysis techniques.

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