Day Trading Indicators

3 Simple Strategies for How to Use the New Highs/Lows Ratio when Day Trading

Alton Hill

The new High new Low ratio is a technical indicator that is very simple. It measures the number of securities trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) which have hit a 52-week high and counts the number of securities that have hit a 52-week low. The new high and low indicator counts all securities listed, including stocks, preferred stocks,1 Read the full article >

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How to Day Trade Using the Gann Square

Alton Hill

The trading concepts used by William Delbert Gann or W.D. Gann as he is fondly called is a name in the financial markets that instantly brings intrigue and mystery, not to forget the fact that Gann's concepts of trading are vast in itself. Gann as primarily a trader know for his market forecasting abilities combining a mix of geometry, astrology1 Read the full article >

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5 Key Differences between the Stochastic RSI and Stochastic

Alton Hill

Momentum based indicators are one of the most popular tools when it comes to technical analysis. While there are many different momentum based indicators, the RSI and the Stochastics oscillators are two of the most commonly used technical indicators. Both the indicators are used to measure momentum of prices and were developed early on when technical analysis was still evolving.1 Read the full article >

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5 Strategies for Day Trading with the Arnaud Legoux Moving Average

Alton Hill

Arnaud Legoux moving average or ALMA for short is a recent addition to the family of moving average technical indicators. Developed by Arnaud Legoux and Dimitrios Kouzis Loukas, the ALMA was created as recently as 2009. Despite being new, the ALMA has quickly caught on to the trading community. The fact that the ALMA is based on the moving average1 Read the full article >

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5 Tips for How to Trade with the 200-Day Simple Moving Average

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The moving average is one of the most widely used indicators in all of trading. There are different types of moving averages based on calculation method and duration (periods). Today we will discuss one of the most popular of all moving averages – the 200-day moving average. We will describe its structure and 5 tips for using the 200-day moving1 Read the full article >

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How to use the Coppock Curve with other Indicators

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Coppock Curve Edwin Sedge Coppock, an economist by profession developed the Coppock Curve in 1965, which is a momentum indicator to identify long-term buying opportunities in the S&P 500 and Dow Industrials. Coppock used monthly data to find buying opportunities but did not use the indicator much for sell signals. Now let’s take a look on how the Coppock Curve1 Read the full article >