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Indicators

Name Description
AcceleratorOscillator Identifies possible trend reversals
AccumulativeSwingIndex A variation on Wilder's swing index which plots an accumulation of the swing index value of each candlestick or bar.
Alligator Legendary trader Bill Williams, an early pioneer of market psychology, developed the trend-following Alligator indicator, which follows the premise that financial markets and individual securities trend just 15% to 30% of the time while grinding through sideways ranges the other 70% to 85% of the time.
Aroon An indicator for identifying trends in a currency pair, as well as for gauging the probability of a trend reversal.
AverageDirectionalMovementIndexRating The Average Directional Movement Index Rating (ADXR) measures the strength of the Average Directional Movement Index (ADX). It's calculated by taking the average of the current ADX and the ADX from one time period before.
AverageTrueRange Average true range. An indicator providing the degree of price volatility.
AwesomeOscillator Displays the market momentum as a histogram.
BollingerBands Bollinger Bands are used to confirm signals. The bands indicate overbought and oversold levels relative to a moving average.
CenterOfGravity The Center of Gravity (COG) indicator is a technical indicator developed by John Ehlers in 2002, used to identify potential turning points in the price as early as possible.
ChaikinMoneyFlow The Chaikin Money Flow Indicator measures the amount of Money Flow Volume over a specific period. The resulting indicator fluctuates above/below the zero line.
ChaikinVolatility The Chaikin Volatility Indicator interface.
CommodityChannelIndex The Commodity Channel Index interface.
CyberCycle The Cyber Cycles Oscillator is an indicator designed by John Ehlers, it is used for isolating the cycle component of the market from its trend counterpart.
DetrendedPriceOscillator The Detrended Price Oscillator Indicator interface.
DirectionalMovementSystem The Welles Wilder's Directional Movement Indicator calculation.
DonchianChannel The Donchian channel is a volatility indicator forming a channel between the highest high and the lowest low of the chosen period.
EaseOfMovement Ease of Movement is a volume based oscillator that measures the "ease" of price movement.
ExponentialMovingAverage The exponential moving average of the price data source over a period of time.
FractalChaosBands The Fractal Chaos Bands indicator attempts to determine whether or not the market is trending.
Fractals The fractal indicator is a trading indicator used in technical analysis that is used to identify potential trend reversal points in a market.
HighMinusLow Difference between MarketSeries.High and MarketSeries.Low calculation for each index
HistoricalVolatility The measured price fluctuation over a specified time period.
HullMovingAverage The Hull Moving Average (HMA) is a directional trend indicator. It captures the current state of the market and uses recent price action to determine if conditions are bullish or bearish relative to historical data.
IchimokuKinkoHyo Ichimoku Kinko Hyo Indicator.
IIndicatorsAccessor Accessor to Indicators
KeltnerChannels The Keltner Channels are volatility-based envelopes set above and below an exponential moving average.
LinearRegressionForecast Linear Regression Forecast is one of the indicators calculated by the Linear Regression approach.
LinearRegressionIntercept Linear Regression Intercept is one of the indicators calculated by the Linear Regression approach.
LinearRegressionRSquared The Linear Regression R Squared is used to confirm the strength of the market trend.
LinearRegressionSlope The calculation of the Linear Regression Slope Indicator.
MacdCrossOver Calculates the MACD (Moving Average Convergence/Divergence) indicator.
MacdHistogram The calculation of the MACD Histogram.
MassIndex The Mass Index Indicator interface.
MedianPrice A Median Price is an average of one period’s high and low values.
MomentumOscillator The calculation of the Momentum Oscillator indicator.
MoneyFlowIndex The Money Flow Index is an oscillator that calculates buying and selling pressure using typical price and volume. It oscillates between zero and one hundred. It is typically used to identify trend reversals and price extremes.
MovingAverage The Moving Average Indicator calculation.
MovingAverageType An enumeration of the different MovingAverage weighting (smoothing) methods.
NegativeVolumeIndex Dysart's Negative Volume Index assumes that the smart money is active on days when volume decreases and the not-so-smart money is active on days when volume increases (measured by the Positive Volume Index).
OnBalanceVolume On Balance Volume measures buying and selling pressure as a cumulative indicator that adds volume on up days and subtracts volume on down days.
ParabolicSAR The calculation of the Parabolic SAR Indicator.
PlotType The Plot type.
PolynomialRegressionChannels Polynomial Regression Channel (PRC) is an RTX Extension indicator that draws a best fit n-degree polynomial regression line through a recent period of data.
PositiveVolumeIndex The positive volume index measures the trend of the stock prices for days when volume increases from previous day's volume.
PriceOscillator The Price Oscillator calculates the spread between a short-period moving average and a long-period moving average.
PriceROC The Price ROC calculates the percentage change between the most recent price and the n-periods of the past price.
PriceVolumeTrend Price and Volume Trend is a variation of On Balance Volume, used to determine the strength of trends and warn of reversals.
RainbowOscillator Developed by Mel Widner, Rainbow Oscillator is based on multiple moving averages and helps to identify trends and provides overbought/oversold levels.
RelativeStrengthIndex The RSI (Wilder) is momentum oscillator, measuring the velocity and magnitude of directional price movements.
SimpleMovingAverage The simple moving average is an average of price within n previous periods.
StandardDeviation Standard Deviation measures the market volatility with a commonly used statisctical function.
StochasticOscillator The Stochastic Oscillator is a momentum indicator that aims to show price reversals by comparing the closing price to the price range.
Supertrend Supertrend is one of the most popular trend trading indicators
SwingIndex Developed by Welles Wilder, the Swing Index compares current Open, high, Low and Close prices to find of current and previous periods to find "real" price.
TimeSeriesMovingAverage A Time Series Moving Average is moving average based on linear regression forecast.
TradeVolumeIndex Trade Volume Index measures the amount of money flowing in and out of an asset.
TriangularMovingAverage The Triangular Moving Average is a moving average that gives more weith to values located in the middle of aggregated period.
Trix TRIX was developed by Jack Huton. It is a momentum oscillator that will help you filter unimportant price movement.
TrueRange The Average True Range is a measure of market volatility developed by Wilder.
TypicalPrice A Typical Price is an average of high, low and close values for a single period.
UltimateOscillator The Ultimate Oscillator is a technical analysis oscillator based on a notion of buying or selling "pressure".
VerticalHorizontalFilter Vertical Horizontal Filter determines whether a price is going through a congestion phase or a trending phase.
Vidya Volatility Index Dynamic Average (VIDYA) is a smoothing (moving average) based on dynamically changing periods.
VolumeOscillator The Volume Oscillator identifies trends in volume using a two moving average system. A strong trend is signaled when it is positive. Falling volume indicates trend weakness.
VolumeROC The Volume Rate of Change indicator measures the Rate Of Change of the tick volume.
WeightedClose Weighted Close is an average of high, low and close prices where close has greater weight.
WeightedMovingAverage The Weighted Moving Average is a moving average that gives more weith to the latest values.
WellesWilderSmoothing The Welles Wilder's Smoothing indicator is an exponential moving average, but it has different alpha ration. As a result it responds to price changes slower.
WilliamsAccumulationDistribution William's Accumulation Distribution is an oscillator that can identify if the market is driven by buyers (accumulation) or by sellers (distribution)
WilliamsPctR Williams %R is an effective momentum oscillator and was described by Larry Williams for the first time in 1973.

Last update: July 1, 2022

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