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    • Detrended Price Oscillator
      The Detrended Price Oscillator isolates the short cycle, providing powerful trend signals on divergences.
    • Directional Movement
      Welles Wilder's Directional Movement is one of few indicators that not only provides trend signals but indicates whether a trend is suitable to trade.
    • Displaced Moving Average
      Displaced Moving Averages are useful for trend-following purposes, reducing the number of whipsaws compared to an equivalent Exponential or Simple Moving Average.
    • Donchian Channels
      Richard Donchian's Channels are used in a number of trading systems to identify entry and exit points in trends.
    • Ease of Movement
      Richard W Arms' powerful Ease of Movement indicator highlights the relationship between volume and price changes; useful for assessing the strength of a trend.
    • Elder Ray Index
      Developed by Dr Alexander Elder, the Elder-Ray indicator measures buying and selling pressure in the market and is often used as part of the Triple Screen trading system.
    • Equivolume Charts
      The greatest advance in the last decade, equivolume exposes price and volume interaction.
    • Exponential Moving Average
      Exponential moving averages are more sophisticated than simple moving averages and do not suffer from the same distortions.
    • Fibonacci Extensions
      Project Fibonacci extension levels from a present trend.
    • Fibonacci Retracements
      Project Fibonacci retracement levels from an existing trend.
    • Force Index
      Developed by Dr Alexander Elder, the Force index combines price movements and volume to measure the strength of bulls and bears in the market.
    • Heikin-Ashi Candlesticks
      Heikin Ashi candlesticks filter out market noise from the traditional Japanese candlestick chart and highlight trend and/or consolidation patterns
    • Ichimoku Cloud
      Ichimoku Cloud (or Ichimoku Kinko Hyo) combines leading and lagging averages with traditional candlestick charts to offer a complete trading system.
    • Keltner Channels
      Linda Bradford Raschke popularized Keltner bands, plotted at an ATR multiple around an exponential MA, to filter trend entries.
    • KST Indicator
      Martin Pring's KST Indicator identifies major trend changes when KST crosses its signal line.
    • Linear Regression
      Linear regression fits a straight line to the selected data using a method called the Sum Of Least Squares.
    • Linear Regression Indicator
      The Linear Regression Indicator is used for trend identification and trend following in a similar fashion to moving averages, but reacts faster than an MA to trend changes.
    • Hull Moving Average
      Alan Hull developed Hull Moving Average in 2005 in his quest to create a moving average that is "responsive to current price activity while maintaining curve smoothness". Hull claims that his moving average "almost eliminates lag altogether and manages to improve smoothing at the same time".
    • Inverted Axis
      You can invert the vertical price axis, to descending order, from the View menu.





 
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