Aroon Indicator

The Aroon Indicator: Up? Down? Or Sideways? The Aroon Indicator, also referred to as “Aroon Up/Down,” is a range bound technical indicator developed by technical analyst and author Tushar Chande. Chande named the indicator “Aroon,” which is Sanskrit for “Dawn’s Early Light,”

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On Balance Volume (OBV)

Understanding the On Balance Volume Indicator Swing traders are going to love this one… The On Balance Volume (OBV) indicator was developed by Joe Granville in the 60s, and was designed to display the flow of volume in and out

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Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP)

  Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) is an indicator, or an intra-day calculation that is used to determine where a stock is trading relative to it’s volume weighted average for the day. For the matheletes out there, the equation is below.

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Parabolic SAR

Parabolic SAR: Understand and Apply In trading, profits or losses are defined by a trader’s ability to anticipate price action. Several indicators can be used to assist in predicting future price action, but few are as easy to interpret or

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Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)

The MACD: Understand and Apply Do you really understand the indicators you use for trading? It confuses me that the majority of traders use indicators like the RSI, Moving Averages, ADX, and the MACD, but don’t even understand what they

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Relative Strength Index (RSI)

Getting the Most From Relative Strength Index (RSI) The Relative Strength Index (or RSI) is an oscillator tool that is well known, commonly used and widely respected. The term “Relative Strength Index” is somewhat misleading, because it doesn’t actually compare

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Moving Averages

Moving Averages Explained A moving average (MA) can be one of the easiest technical analysis indicators to understand and utilize. MAs get a lot of media exposure, yet many investors and traders are generally unaware of their full range of

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