Technical Analysis Oscillators and Indicators

The Relative Strength Index (RSI)
The Relative Strength Index, also known as RSI, is one of the most used and famous Oscillators; this Oscillator measures the speed

Technical Analysis Oscillators and Indicators

The Rate of Change (ROC)
The Rate of Change, also known as ROC, is an Indicator that measures the percent change in price from one period to

Technical Analysis Oscillators and Indicators

The Pivot Points
The Pivot Points are important levels of Support and Resistance for the future movements of the Prices; they are calculated with the

Technical Analysis Oscillators and Indicators

The Parabolic SAR
The Parabolic SAR (SAR means: Stop and Reverse), is a mathematical model that correlates the Time with the Prices. The objective of

Technical Analysis Oscillators and Indicators

On Balance Volume (OBV)
The On Balance Volume, also known as OBV, is a cumulative Indicator that is used to quantify the changes of Volume of

Technical Analysis Oscillators and Indicators

Momentum Oscillator
The Momentum Oscillator is one of the most important Oscillators, it is used to measure the rate of change of an Asset’s

Technical Analysis Oscillators and Indicators

Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)
The MACD, known as Moving Average Convergence Divergence, is one of the most used Oscillator, and is also one of the easiest

Technical Analysis Oscillators and Indicators

The Ichimoku Indicator
The Ichimoku Indicator (Also called Ichimoku Kinko Hyo) is a Technical Analysis Method that is built on the Candlestick Chart, to improve

Technical Analysis Oscillators and Indicators

The Fibonacci Tools
The Fibonacci Numbers are a particular sequence of numbers, that is very important and significant, composed by the sum of the two

Technical Analysis Oscillators and Indicators

Elliott Wave Oscillator (EWO)
The Elliott Wave Oscillator has been created to help in the process of identification of the Elliott’s Waves and of the Trends.