Hull Moving Average – Ultimate Guide

2020-06-02T19:20:34+00:00By |Categories: Technical Analysis, Trading Systems|Tags: , |

Description of Hull moving average (HMA), a little-known type of moving average that almost eliminates lag in relation to price action compared to traditional moving averages. A moving average over the price of a financial asset, such as a stock or currency pair, is a high-value trend indicator. It is possibly the most famous and [...]

The QQE (Quantitative Qualitative Estimation) Technical Indicator

2020-06-02T19:31:50+00:00By |Categories: Technical Analysis|Tags: |

The Quantitative Qualitative Estimation indicator (abbreviated QQE) is a mystery since nobody currently knows who its author is. Originally designed to create an indicator that is capable of signaling the trend while detecting overbought and oversold levels, the QQE consists of a smoothed version of the RSI on which two dynamic levels are calculated (Fast [...]

The ConnorsRSI Indicator – Calculation and Strategy

2020-06-03T03:46:23+00:00By |Categories: Technical Analysis|Tags: , |

Before analyzing this technical tool in detail, I have to clarify that this indicator developed by Larry Connors is not exactly the same as that used in the RSI2 strategy (a simple 2-period RSI), although the strategy that we will see throughout the article has some similarity, although with some additional twist. But let’s not [...]

Keltner channels – How can we use them?

2020-06-03T05:49:32+00:00By |Categories: Technical Analysis|Tags: , |

Keltner channels are a technical indicator consisting of three lines: a central line that corresponds to an exponential moving average, and two lines, upper and lower, calculated as a deviation from the central line based on the ATR (Average True Range). If you know the Bollinger Bands you will see that both are similar indicators, [...]

Perry Kaufman Adaptive Moving Average (KAMA)

2020-06-03T14:47:59+00:00By |Categories: Technical Analysis|Tags: , |

Hello to all our followers, today we bring you an article where we explain in detail a moving average indicator called KAMA. This indicator was developed by Perry Kaufman, and is an adaptive moving average designed to take into account the volatility or “market noise”. The KAMA moving average approaches prices when price fluctuations [...]

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