Description: A technical momentum indicator that compares the magnitude of recent gains to recent losses in an attempt to determine overbought and oversold conditions of an asset.
Number of periods = 9, 14, 25
Description: It measures the percentage change in price over a given period of time. As a momentum oscillator, ROC signals include centerline crossovers, divergences and overbought-oversold readings.
Number of periods = 12
Description: It measures whether or not a security is overbought or oversold. The indicator is designed to show the relationship between the period high and the current close within the specified period. The scale ranges from 0 to -100 with readings from 0 to -20 considered overbought, and readings from -80 to -100 considered oversold.
Number of periods = 14
Description: An indicator that plots a positive +DI line measuring buying pressure and a negative -DI line measuring selling pressure. The DMI pattern is bullish as long as the +DI line is above the -DI line. The Average Directional Index line is derived from this system and is based on the spread between the +DI and -DI lines.
Number of periods = 14
Description: Momentum is an oscillator-type indicator used to detect overbought and oversold conditions and to perform as a gauge indicating the strength of the current trend. When momentum is above the zero-line and rising, prices are increasing at an increasing rate. If momentum is above the zero line but is declining, prices are still increasing but at a decreasing rate. On the other hand, when momentum is below the zero-line and falling, prices are decreasing at an increasing rate. If momentum is below the zero line but is rising, prices are still declining but at a decreasing rate.
Number of periods = 9
|Fast STC||Slow STC||Volume|
Description: The number of shares or contracts traded in a security or an entire market during a given period of time. It is simply the amount of shares that trade hands from sellers to buyers as a measure of activity.
Description: OBV is calculated by adding the day's volume to a running cumulative total when the security's price closes up, and subtracts the volume when it closes down. An OBV provides a running total of volume and shows whether this volume is flowing in or out of a given security. This line can then be compared with the price chart of the underlying security to look for divergences or confirmation.
Description: The Volume+ indicator is exactly the same as the Volume indicator except that positive and negative periods (i.e. day change) are distinguished with different colors on the histogram. Simple moving average of volume is used to reflect the trend of it.
Description: It represents the growing sum of values of the trade volume calculated regarding the change of closing prices. It adds a small part of the volume to the current cumulate value if the relative change of price is not big. If the price changed considerably, a large part of the volume is added to the PVT value.