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Accumulation Distribution100574

The Accumulation / Distribution line was created by Marc Chaikin to determine the flow of money into or out of a security.

ADX - Average Directional Index100567

The Average Directional Index was developed by J. Welles Wilder and measures trend strength. Two additional indicators: the Plus Directional Index (+DI) and the Minus Directional Index (-DI) are used to determine the trend direction.

Aroon100576

The Aroon indicator was developed by Tushar Chande in 1995 and is primarily designed to signal the beginning of a new trend.

Aroon Oscillator100577

The Aroon indicator was developed by Tushar Chande in 1995 and is primarily designed to signal the beginning of a new trend.

ASI - Accumulation Swing Index100575

The Accumulation Swing Index is a running total of the Swing Index. The Swing Index uses the latest and previous Open, High, Low and Close prices to determine a 'phantom' line representing the real market activity.

ATR - Average True Range100578

The Average True Range indicator was developed by J. Welles Wilder and is used to measure volatility. It uses High, Low and Close prices to incorporate gaps as well as daily movements.

Beta101053

Beta measures the volatility of a stock in relation to the market. On this site we use the S&P 500 index to represent the market.

Bollinger Band %b100579

Bollinger Bands show the volatility of a stock based on Standard Deviation around a Simple Moving Average. The %b indicator shows the position of the Close Price relative to the bands.

Bollinger Band Width %100580

Bollinger Bands show the volatility of a stock based on Standard Deviation around a Simple Moving Average. The Width % indicator shows the width of the bands as a percentage of the SMA.

Bollinger Bands100519

Bollinger Bands show the volatility of a stock based on Standard Deviation around a Simple Moving Average. The bands widen when volatility increases and narrow when volatility decreases.

Candlesticks100556

Candlesticks show the Open Price, High Price, Low Price, and Close Price.

CCI - Commodity Channel Index100564

The Commodity Channel Index was developed by Donald Lambert to indicate the level of the price relative to the average price for the requested Period.

Center of Gravity157171
Chaikin Oscillator168970
Chaikin Volatility100591

Marc Chaikin's Volatility indicator determines volatility by applying an exponential moving average to the spread between the high and low prices.

Change100587

Also known as Momentum, Change is the dollar difference for a given time period.

Change %100589

Also known as Rate of Change, Change % is the percentage difference for a given time period.

Close Price100605

Close Price is the price at the end of the day or period.

CMF - Chaikin Money Flow100581

Chaikin Money Flow shows the flow of money into or out of a security for a specific period.

Continuous Futures126441Continuous Future Contracts use a combination of price date rules and roll date rules to create long-term price histories for backtesting and analysis.
Current EPS101054

Current EPS is the Earnings per Share based on current earnings and shares outstanding.

Cutlers RSI105627

Cutlers RSI is a SMA based version of the popular Relative Strength Index momentum oscillator and analyses Average Gains and Average Losses to measure the speed and magnitude of price movements.

Dividend Yield %101058

Dividend Yield % is the annual dividend return expressed as a percentage.

Donchian Channels145042
DPO - Detrended Price Oscillator100582

The Detrended Price Oscillator compares the Close Price to a prior Moving Average, thereby eliminating cycles longer than the Moving Average period.

Ease of Movement100583

The Ease of Movement indicator was developed by Richard W. Arms Jr who also created Equivolume charts.

EMA - Exponential Moving Average100594

Exponential Moving Average is a variation on Simple Moving Average. Instead of giving equal weight to all days in the period, the EMA gives more weight to recent days in the period.

Fast Stochastic100565The Fast Stochastic indicator was developed by George Lane to show potential future reversals based on momentum.
Force Index100584

The Force Index was developed by Alexander Elder and combines price direction, extent, and volume to determine price movement.

Full Stochastic106086

Like Slow Stochastic, Full Stochastic is a smoothed version of the Fast Stochastic but with an additional parameter to allow you to specify the %K smoothing period.

Heikin-Ashi139489Heikin-Ashi charts are an adaptation of candlesticks which use averaging to filter out noise and better highlight trends.
Highest High100601

Highest High is the Highest price recorded for a stock over a specified time period.

Historical Volatility100585

Historical Volatility is the actual volatility based on the close prices over a specified period and is expressed as an annualized percentage. It is also known as Statistical Volatility.

HLC Bars100604

HLC Bars show the High Price, Low Price, and Close Price.

Keltner Channels using EMA and ATR102160

This is the modified volatility version by Linda Bradford Raschke with lines drawn using EMA of the Close and ATRs.

Keltner Channels using Typical and High/Low102161

This is the original version by Chester Keltner with lines drawn using SMA of the Typical Price and the High Low Spread.

Lowest Low100602

Lowest Low is the Lowest price recorded for a stock over a specified time period.

MACD100562

The MACD indicator was developed by Gerald Appel in the late 70s and is used to indicate both trends and momentum.

Mass Index100586

The Mass Index was developed by Donald Dorsey and analyses average high to low values to determine 'Reversal Bulges'.

Median Price100600

Median Price Is the average of the High and Low prices.

MFI - Money Flow Index100588

Money Flow Index is an oscillator which combines price and volume to indicate trends and reversals.

Negative Volume Index100524

Negative Volume Index is based on the assumption that active investors dominate trading on quiet days.

OHLC Bars100603

OHLC Bars show the Open Price, High Price, Low Price, and Close Price.

On Balance Volume100521

On Balance Volume can be used to show accumulation or distribution for a stock.

Open Interest126442Open Interest shows the number of open contracts at the end of the prior day.
Parabolic SAR100520

The Parabolic Stop and Reverse indicator was developed by J. Welles Wilder and provides a trading system based on price and time.

PE Ratio101055

PE Ratio is the Price Earnings ratio calculated by dividing the current Price by the Earnings.

Percent Difference112530

Percent Difference is a generic function to calculate the difference between two indicators.

Positive Volume Index100523

Positive Volume Index is based on the assumption that uninformed investors dominate trading on active days.

PPO - Percentage Price Oscillator106087

The Percentage Price Oscillator is a percentage-based version of the MACD indicator and is used to indicate both trends and momentum.

Price times Volume SMA100592

Price times Volume SMA is just the smoothed average of the cash traded on a stock over the specified period.

Price Volume Trend100525

Price Volume Trend can be used to show trend strength and warn of reversals.

Reverse RSI109333

Reverse RSI allows you to reverse engineer Relative Strength Index values.

RSI - Relative Strength Index100563

The popular Relative Strength Index momentum oscillator was developed by J. Welles Wilder and analyses Average Gains and Average Losses to measure the speed and magnitude of price movements.

Shares Outstanding101059

Shares Outstanding is the total number of Shares issued by the company including holdings by institutions and insiders.

Sharpe Ratio131900The Sharpe Ratio shows an adjusted measure of return by comparing the instrument price performance to a risk-free return. On this site we use the 13 week Treasury (IRX.X).
Slow Stochastic100566

The Slow Stochastic is a smoothed version of the Fast Stochastic and can be used to show potential future reversals based on momentum.

SMA - Simple Moving Average100593

Simple Moving Average is just the average of the Close Price over the specified Period.

Standard Deviation100590

Standard Deviation shows how much variation or dispersion exists from the average (mean, or expected value).

Stochastic RSI100571

The Stochastic Relative Strength Index was developed by Tushard Chande and Stanley Kroll and measures the level of RSI relative to its range.

TEMA - Triple Exponential Moving Average167299
Time Series Forecast100597

The Time Series Forecast indicator is designed to show statistical trends over a period of time and can give an indication of trend continuation.

TMA - Triangular Moving Average100595

Triangular Moving Average is a variation on Simple Moving Average and gives progressively more weight to days in the middle of the period.

TRIX100568

The TRIX indicator was developed by Jack Hutson and displays the one day percentage change of a triple smoothed exponential average of the Close Price.

Typical Price100598

Typical Price Is just the average of the Close, High and Low prices.

Ultimate Oscillator100570

The Ultimate Oscillator was developed by Larry Williams and uses a weighted average of three different time periods to avoid the limitations of similar but single period indicators.

Volume106088Volume is the total number of shares traded on the day.
Vortex Indicator162572
Weighted Close100599

Weighted Close is the average of the High, Low, and Close prices with additional weighting applied to the Close.

Williams %R100569

The Williams %R indicator was developed by Larry Williams to show overbought and oversold levels.

WMA - Weighted Moving Average100596

Weighted Moving Average is a variation on Simple Moving Average but gives progressively more weight to recent days.