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The Chaikin Oscillator is a technical analysis tool that combines the Chaikin Money Flow and the MACD indicators to measure market momentum. It is used to help traders identify bullish and bearish signals in the stock market. To use the Chaikin Oscillator, traders typically look for crossovers of the indicator line with the zero line or the signal line. A crossover above the zero line indicates a bullish signal, while a crossover below the zero line indicates a bearish signal.
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When using Keltner Channels for scalping, it is important to understand that they consist of an upper and lower channel, typically based on a multiple of the Average True Range (ATR) of a security. The midline of the channel is usually a moving average of the security's price.Traders can look for potential scalping opportunities by identifying when the price moves outside of the upper or lower channel.
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The Detrended Price Oscillator (DPO) is a technical analysis tool that is used to remove the trend component from the price of an asset and highlight the cycles in the price movement. Traders use DPO to identify and follow the cycles in the price movement of an asset in order to make informed trading decisions.To use the DPO in trading, traders typically look for divergences between the DPO line and the price chart, as these can indicate potential changes in the direction of the price movement.
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Chandelier Exit is a trend-following technical indicator used in stock trading. It was developed by Chuck LeBeau and is designed to help traders identify potential exit points for their trades. The Chandelier Exit is calculated based on the highest high over a certain period of time, typically 22 days, and a multiple of the average true range (ATR).
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Triple Exponential Average (TRIX) is a momentum indicator that shows the rate of change of a triple exponentially smoothed moving average. It is usually used by traders to identify trends, detect overbought or oversold conditions, and generate buy or sell signals.In day trading, TRIX can be used to help traders identify potential reversal points or confirm the strength of a trend.
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Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) is a powerful trend-following momentum indicator that can be used effectively for day trading. To trade with MACD for day trading, traders typically look for three main signals: crossovers, divergences, and overbought/oversold conditions.Crossovers occur when the MACD line crosses above or below the signal line. A bullish crossover happens when the MACD line crosses above the signal line, indicating a potential buy signal.
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Chaikin Money Flow (CMF) is a technical analysis indicator that measures the buying and selling pressure of a security over a specific period of time. It is often used by day traders to identify potential trends and confirm the strength of a price movement.CMF is calculated by taking the difference between the sum of the closing prices and the sum of the highs and lows for a specific period, and then dividing it by the total volume over that period.
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A Simple Moving Average (SMA) is a technical analysis tool used to analyze and identify trends in financial markets. It is calculated by averaging a set of prices over a specific period of time, typically days or weeks. The SMA is calculated by adding up the closing prices of a security over a specified period and then dividing that sum by the number of periods.Traders and investors often use SMAs to identify the direction of a trend.
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Money Flow Index (MFI) is a popular momentum oscillator that measures the strength of money flowing in and out of a security. It is used by traders to gauge the buying and selling pressure in a particular asset.To trade with Money Flow Index, traders typically look for overbought and oversold conditions. When the MFI reading exceeds 80, the asset is considered overbought, indicating a potential sell signal.
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The Parabolic SAR (Stop and Reverse) is a technical indicator primarily used in trading to identify potential entry and exit points in the market. It is used to determine the direction of a trend and is especially useful in identifying when a trend may be reversing.Developed by J. Welles Wilder, the Parabolic SAR is plotted on the price chart either above or below the price, depending on the direction of the trend.