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About Technical Analysis

The Volatility Index

The volatility index (VIX) measures the volatility of a wide range of options on the S&P 500 Index and is used to gauge the markets' expectations for volatility over the next 30 days. Quoted as a percentage, a VIX figure greater than 30…
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Heikin Ashi

In this article I will introduce a new style of Ichimoku using a modified candle. This new style Ichimoku is more visual and much easier in determining the trend. Modified candle is the same as an “Averaged Candle Chart” so called “Heikin…
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Williams R%

Williams R% : Developed by Larry Williams, Williams %R is a momentum indicator that works much like the Stochastic Oscillator. It is especially popular for measuring overbought and oversold levels. The scale ranges from 0 to -100 with…
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Williams A-D

Overview : Accumulation is a term used to describe a market controlled by buyers; whereas distribution is defined by a market controlled by sellers. Interpretation : Williams recommends trading this indicator based on divergences: 1-…
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Volume

Volume is : the indication of supply and demand. It's defined as the number of units traded during a time period. This number is significant in that it supports the prevailing price trend. Volume should expand in the direction of a major…
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Volume Oscillator

Calculation : The Volume Oscillator can display the difference between the two moving averages as either points or percentages. To see the difference in points, subtract the longer-term moving average of volume from the shorter-term moving…
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TRIX Indicator

Overview : The TRIX is a momentum indicator that calculates the percent rate of change of a triple smoothed exponential moving average of closing price. It is a leading indicator, in that it is designed to signal trends shorter than the…
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Typical Price

Overview : The Typical Price indicator is simply an average of each day's price. The Median Price and Weighted Close are similar indicators. Interpretation : The Typical Price indicator provides a simple, single-line plot of the day's…
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Quadrant Lines

Overview : Quadrant Lines are a series of horizontal lines that divide the highest and lowest values (usually prices) into four equal sections. Interpretation : Quadrant Lines are primarily intended to aid in the visual inspection of…
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Swing Index

Overview : Developed by Welles Wilder, the Swing Index seeks to isolate the "real" price of a security by comparing the relationships between the current prices (i.e., open, high, low, and close) and the previous period's prices.…
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