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free  03 Aug 2012
The Forecast Oscillator plots the percentage difference between the closing price  and the forecast price  which is  an N period linear regression line. The oscillator is above zero when the forecast price is greater than the closing price. Conversely, it is less than zero if it is below. In the rare case when the forecast price and the actual price are the same, the oscillator would plot zero  
Coppock Curve
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free  03 Aug 2012
Coppock Curve indicator is designed for use on a monthly time scale. It's the sum of a 14-month rate of change and 11-month rate of change, smoothed by a 10-period weighted moving average.             
free  09 Jan 2014
  The Stoller Average Range Channels indicator is designed to identify market volatility using a measure of the Average True Range. The STARC Bands create a channel above and below a moving average of the price. The width of the channel increases and decreases based on the variation in the ATR. The upper and lower bands are calculated by adding and subtracting a weighted ATR to the moving average, respectively.    
Qstick
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free  03 Aug 2012
Qstick is a technical indicator used to identify trends in candlestick charting. It is calculated by taking an N period moving average of the difference between the open and closing prices. A positive Qstick value means that buying pressure has been increasing, whereas sell signals come from the indicator crossing down through zero.    
High Minus Low
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by hobaho
free  02 Aug 2012
High Minus Low is an indicator that simply calculates the fluctuations of Range (High minus Low) of each daily bar.  
Historical Volatility
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by hobaho
free  02 Aug 2012
Historical volatility, as the name implies, measures the volatility of a market in the past, i.e. the historical fluctuation of price.  As such it uses historical price data for the calculation. The calculation of volatility is the standard deviation of the natural logarithmic price change.  
Bollinger Bands
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by hobaho
free  09 Jan 2014
Bollinger Bands contain three lines: a moving average, an upper band and a lower band. The upper band equals K times a standard deviation above the moving average and the lower band K times a standard deviation below the moving average. The standard deviation uses the same period as the moving average.
by hobaho
free  09 Jan 2014
A simplified version of the Keltner Channels, using exponential smoothing for the central line and Average True Range to calculate the upper and lower bands. 
Keltner Channels
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by hobaho
free  02 Aug 2012
Keltner Channels show a central moving average of the typical price line plus channel lines at a distance above and below. This distance is the simple moving average of the past 10 days' trading ranges. The strategy is to regard a close above the upper line as a strong bullish signal and a close below the lower line as strong bearish signal.  
Bear Power
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by hobaho
free  02 Aug 2012
Bear power subtracts an exponential moving average from the corresponding low price of that trading day.Bear Power represents the ability of the bears to push prices below the average consensus of value.
Bull Power
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by hobaho
free  02 Aug 2012
Bull Power represents the ability of the bulls to raise prices above the average consensus of value. Uses an exponential moving average, which is a trend-following indicator essential to the calculation. Bull power is a simple calculation, derived by subtracting an exponential moving average of closing prices from a high price.
Xpma
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by moza11
free  09 Jan 2014
 Displays one of the following Moving average types according to Ma Type input  1     Simple moving average 2     Exponential moving average 3     Smoothed moving average 4     Linear weighted moving average 5     Double Exponential Moving Average 6     Triple Exponential Moving Average 7     T3 Moving Average