Fibonacci Retracement Levels

Fibonacci Retracement Levels

Fibonacci Retracement Levels Fibonacci strategy to predict future price movements Fibonacci retracement levels can help forecast the future price direction of an asset. This is because this tool is one of the top technical indicators that can be used to trade the four main asset classes, which are stocks, forex, commodities and futures. Fibonacci Retracements and how […]

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momentum strategy

Momentum Strategy

Momentum Strategy This binary option trading strategy is structured on the momentum indicator that is supported by most popular trading platforms. Momentum strategy is based on providing measurements of the strength of the price movements. A buy signal to execute a new CALL binary option is generated when an asset registers increasing momentum while a […]

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stochastic oscillator strategy

Stochastic Oscillator Strategy

Stochastic Oscillator Strategy Many successful binary options strategies are based on the Stochastic Oscillator but what exactly is this technical indicator all about and why is it so effective? A brief introduction to the stochastic oscillator strategy is now presented in order to provide answers to these important questions. Essentially, the Stochastic Oscillator is an […]

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stochastic oscillator features

Stochastic Oscillator Features

Stochastic Oscillator Features George Lane created the Stochastic Oscillator (SO) in the late 1950’s primarily as a tool to evaluate price momentum displayed using a range between 0 and 100. When stochastic oscillator features constant high values, then that momentum that is produced is termed the ‘buying pressure’. In contrast, consistent low values represent a distributive […]

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Chaikin Oscillator

Chaikin Oscillator

The Chaikin Oscillator Marc Chaikin basically utilized the average day price as the central parameter behind his oscillator. In addition, he enhanced the theories of Joe Granville and Larry Williams to construct his new technical indicator. The Chaikin Oscillator followed on from Larry Williams who had previously produced his Accumulation & Distribution indicator prior to the […]

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true strength index

True Strength Index

True Strength Index – A Superior RSI? The True Strength index (TSI) is similar in many aspects to the famous Relative Strength Index (RSI) because both are momentum indicators. The values for the True Strength Index are determined by assessing the short-term purchasing momentum of an asset over a specified time-period. The design of TSI also […]

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commodity channel index

Commodity Channel Index

Merits of the Commodity Channel Index When Donald Lambert developed his Commodity Channel Index (CCI), he based his design on the concept that commodities, stocks and currency pairs always advanced in cycles with lows and highs arriving at periodic intervals. Consequently, you can best use the commodity channel index to assist you in detecting these […]

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directional movement index

Directional Movement Index

Using the Directional Movement Index The Directional Movement Index (DMI) is a useful indicator for determining price strength and direction. In addition, you should utilize the Directional Movement Index to assist you in deciding when to open long and short positions. Welles Wilde, who invented the famous Relative-Strength-Index-(RSI) technical indicator, developed the DMI in 1978. […]

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on-balance-volume indicator

On-Balance-Volume Indicator

On-Balance-Volume Indicator – Key Features You can use technical indicators to help you assess price movements because they can suppress background noise that often disguises distinctive patterns. Consider using the On-Balance-Volume indicator for studying the volume and price action of a particular asset. The OBV is the granddaddy of all momentum indicators because it was […]

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