Indicators

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free  17 Feb 2012
Triple Exponential Moving Average, or TEMA, is a type of exponential moving average developed by Patrick Mulloy in 1994.
Keltner Channels
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free  24 Sep 2012
  The Keltner Channel is a moving average band indicator whose upper and lower bands adapt to changes in volatility by using the average true range.
Hull MA
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free  24 Sep 2012
The Hull Moving Average (HMA), developed by Alan Hull, is an extremely fast and smooth moving average. In fact, the HMA almost eliminates lag altogether and manages to improve smoothing at the same time.
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free  10 Aug 2012
Similar to regular Pivot Points but Pivot Line is calculated with more weight to the closing price. Pivot Points is a method for calculating support and resistance levels. Resistance and support levels indicate where a major price movement is expected. As a trend indicator, it indicates an upward movement, for instance, if the pivot point price is broken in, then the market is bullish, and vice versa. Pivot points are short-term trend indicators, however and therefore useful for only one day. The second method is to use pivot point price levels to enter and exit the markets.
free  06 Aug 2012
SMI Indicator is used to predict the trend prevailing in the market i.e. either bullish or bearish. The trend is bearish if its SMI Output is below 40. Conversely, an SMI Output of above 40 indicates a bullish trend. In SMI, when the current closing price is greater than the Midpoint of High/Low Range, the outcome is above zero. Similarly, when the Current Close is less than the Midpoint of High/Low Range, than SMI is below zero. SMI uses a wide range that can vary from a negative value of -100 to a positive value of +100. In order to smooth the results of SMI, a Moving Average is determined, a.k.a. Stochastic %D.  
Awesome Oscillator
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free  24 Sep 2012
Awesome Oscillator shows the difference in between the 5 SMA and 34 SMA.If to be precise, 5 SMA of midpoints is subtracted from 34 SMA of midpoints which allows to see the market momentum.
MAMA FAMA
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free  13 Aug 2012
MAMA stands for MESA Adaptive Moving Average. It is a strong moving average indicator that adjusts itself to up/down cycles. It consists of a pair of lines, MAMA and FAMA that give buy/sell signals. When the MAMA crosses above the FAMA a buy signal is given. Alternatively, when the MAMA crosses below the FAMA a sell signal is given.  
Stochastic Cyber Cycle
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free  17 Feb 2012
The stochastic version for cyber cycle.
Standard Deviation
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free  25 May 2012
Standard deviation is calculated with the following formula: σ = √[ ∑(x-mean)2 / N ]
Stochastic CCI
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free  17 Feb 2012
Stochastic CCI
MaxMin Bands
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free  16 May 2012
This indicator is used to visualize the lowest Low and the Highest High for the last X bars. You can use it effectively to calculate the value of the Trailing Stop of your orders.
Cycle Period
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free  14 Aug 2012
Cycle Period indicator a.k.a. Cycle Measure indicator, is another cycle measuring indicator, more robust than Cyber Cycle, but with only one line - no crossovers.