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Absolute Volume Oscillator Indicator

An indicator that is calculated by taking the difference between
two average volume measures. It is similar to the Percentage Volume
Oscillator, but scores range from 100% to +100%. The indicator is used to
identify whether volume trends are increasing or decreasing. The user can
select the time period for analysis.

absoluteVolumeOscillatorIndicator

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Accumulation Distribution Indicator

A very popular volume related indicator. It evaluates the
supply and demand of a stock, security, or index over time by looking at
disparities in whether investors are selling or buying.

accumulationDistributionIndicator

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Average True Range Indicator

A financial indicator that measures a security's degree of
price movement or volatility within a given period of time. The indicator
is not a measure of price direction or duration, but simply the amount of
price movement or volatility. The Average True Range (ATR) is frequently
calculated with a 14 day period using several bases, including: daily,
weekly or monthly. The Average True Range is the exponential moving average
of the TR values for the last 14 periods. The actual period used can vary
depending on user preference.

averageTrueRangeIndicator

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Average Directional Index

The average directional movement index (ADX)
was developed as an indicator of trend strength in a series of prices of a
financial instrument.

averageDirectionalIndexIndicator

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Bollinger Bands Overlay

Financial overlay that is a visual set of bands plotted
above and below the price series. Bollinger Bands are based on the standard
deviation in the prices, so they incorporate price changes in their width.
The bands are wider when the standard deviation increases and narrower when
the standard deviation decreases and are smoothed by a moving average.
Apart from the standard deviation and smoothing period being user
adjustable, there is also a user adjustable multiplier to affect the scale
of the BollingerBandsOverlay width.

bollingerBandsOverlay

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Bollinger Bandwidth indicator

Represents the normalized width of the bollinger
bands for each provided value. Bollinger
Band Width Indicator represents the width of the Bollinger bands at a given
point. The more variation there is, the wider the band. Narrowing bandwidth
(lower values) indicates decreases in standard deviation and widening
bandwidth (higher values) indicates increasing standard deviation in price.
The BollingerBandWidthIndicator supports a
scaling factor like the BollingerBandsOverlay, so
that their values can be matched.

bollingerBandWidthIndicator

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Chaikin Oscillator Indicator

Used to identify trends in the accumulation/distribution
indicator. The Chaikin Oscillator is the 10day
exponential moving average (EMA) of the accumulation/distribution indicator
subtracted from the 3day EMA of the accumulation/distribution indicator.

chaikinOscillatorIndicator

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volumeMemberPath
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Chaikin Volatility Indicator

Financial indicator that reflects the volatility of a
security by showing the percent change of the Exponential Moving Average of
the difference in high and low prices during a specified period of time.

chaikinVolatilityIndicator

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Commodity Channel Index Indicator

Financial indicator that is used to identify cyclical trends
in a security. The indicator is based on the assumption that securities
prices change in cycles that can be identified. It is calculated by
dividing difference of the Simple Moving Average of the Typical Price
(SMATP) during a given time period with the previous period’s Typical Price
(TP) by the product of the Constant and the Mean Absolute Deviation.

commodityChannelIndexIndicator

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Detrended Price Oscillator
Indicator

Financial indicator that was designed to control for
longterm pricing trends in order to identify shortterm trends. It is based
on a displaced moving average and is not a momentum oscillator.

detrendedPriceOscillatorIndicator

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Ease of Movement Indicator

Financial indicator that is used to
identify the volume needed to change the price of a security. It is usually
smoothed with a moving average.

easeOfMovementIndicator

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volumeMemberPath
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Fast Stochastic Oscillator Indicator

The Fast Stochastic Oscillator Indicator is used to identify
buying or selling divergences. The Slow Stochastic Oscillator uses a 3day
SMA and the Full Stochastic Oscillator is the Slow Stochastic Oscillator
with time period customization.

fastStochasticOscillatorIndicator

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Force Index Indicator

Priceandvolume oscillator that financial analysts use to
determine if a stock's trend is positive or negative. The force index is
calculated by subtracting yesterday's closing price from today's closing
price and multiplying the difference with the current day’s volume. If the
closing price is higher today than yesterday, the force is positive. If the
closing price is lower than yesterday's, the force is negative.

forceIndexIndicator

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Full Stochastic Oscillator Indicator

A momentum financial indicator that displays
the closing price relative to the highlow range over a given period of time.
There are three types of Stochastic Oscillators: Fast, Slow, and Full. The
Stochastic Oscillator is a momentum indicator that shows the relation of
the current close price relative to the high/low range over a given time
period using a scale of 0 to 100. It is based on the premise that prices
will close near 100 in a rising market and closer to 0 in a declining
market.
The Fast Stochastic Oscillator Indicator is
used to identify buying or selling divergences. The Slow Stochastic
Oscillator uses a 3day SMA and the Full Stochastic Oscillator is the Slow
Stochastic Oscillator with time period customization.

fullStochasticOscillatorIndicator

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Market Facilitation Index Indicator

Combines price and volume in analysis to measure efficiency.
It is calculated by taking the difference between the low price and the
high price and dividing it by the volume.

marketFacilitationIndexIndicator

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Mass Index Indicator

A financial indicator that is used for finding trend
reversals. It is based on the premise that reversals are likely to happen
when the price range widens. The calculation compares the previous trading
ranges (highs minus lows). EMAs are used for this purpose. If there is
substantial movement, the Mass Index Indicator increases, if there are
small movements the Mass Index Indicator decreases.

massIndexIndicator

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Median Price Indicator

Represents the middle point between the high and low prices.
Median is a measure of central tendency. The Median Price Indicator
displays a chart of the median prices.

medianPriceIndicator

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Money Flow Index Indicator (MFI)

A momentum indicator and is similar to the Relative Strength
Index (RSI The MFI is used as a measure of the money flowing in and out of
a security and can be used to predict a trend reversal. MFI ranges from 0
and 100 and is interpreted like the RSI.

moneyFlowIndexIndicator

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Moving Average Convergence Divergence
Indicator (MACD)

This is one of the most popular indicators for financial services.
It is used to identify changes in the strength, direction, momentum, or
length of a trend for a stock price. MACD is computed by taking the
difference between two exponential moving averages (EMAs) of closing
prices. The difference is then charted over time with a moving average of
the difference.

movingAverageConvergenceDivergenceIndicator

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Negative Volume Index Indicator

Frequently used in combination with the Positive Volume
Index Indicator. This calculation can be used to identify bull markets.
These two indicators are based on the premise that smart money trades on
low volume days and less informed or overly optimistic investors trade on
high volume days.

negativeVolumeIndexIndicator

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On Balance Volume Indicator
(OBV)

Calculates a running total of sales volume for a stock and
displays whether this volume is flowing in (purchasing) or out (selling) of
a given stock. The total volume for a day is given a positive or negative
value depending on whether the prices were higher or lower that day than
the previous day. A higher closing price would yield a positive value and a
lower closing price would result in a negative value. These values are
accumulated into the running total.

onBalanceVolumeIndicator

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Percentage Price Oscillator Indicator

An oscillating indicator that shows the difference between two
moving averages. The difference is presented as a percentage of the larger
moving average. The end user selects the time period for analysis.

percentagePriceOscillatorIndicator

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Percentage Volume Oscillator Indicator

The percentage difference between volume
smoothed using a long period and a short period. The PVO Indicator hovers
around zero. The user can select the various period values to analyze. PVO
changes, when graphically displayed, can be useful for detecting patterns
in volume. An increasing PVO indicates increases in volume levels and a
declining PVO indicates declining volume levels.

percentageVolumeOscillatorIndicator

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Positive Volume Index Indicator

Used together with the Negative Volume Index, it can be used
to identify bull markets. These two indicators are based on the premise that
smart money trades on low volume days and less informed or overly
optimistic investors trade on high volume days.

positiveVolumeIndexIndicator

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Price Channel Overlay

An indicator of volatility. The changes in price over time are
displayed between two parallel lines. The lower line is the trend line and
is drawn on the lows prices, and the upper line is the channel line and is
based on the high prices. Channels show trend direction for any time frame.
Price channels, or trend, can be up, down or sideways.

priceChannelOverlay

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Price Volume Trend Indicator

Also knows as Volume–price trend (VPT), is an indicator intended
to relate price and volume in the stock market. VPT is based on a running
cumulative volume that adds or subtracts a multiple of the percentage
change in share price trend and current volume, depending upon their upward
or downward movements.

priceVolumeTrendIndicator

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Rate of Change And Momentum Indicator (ROC&M)

Calculates the difference between one closing price and the
closing price N days ago. Momentum is the absolute difference and usually
refers to a price trend. When an upward trend continues the momentum and
ROC indicators are positive. When a declining trend continues the momentum
and ROC indicators are negative.

rateOfChangeAndMomentumIndicator

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Relative Strength Index Indicator (RSI)

A commonly used measure of market strength/weakness calculated
on closing prices during a specified time period. It is based on the
premise that prices close higher in strong market periods and lower in weak
periods. RSI is the ratio of higher closes to lower closes. The range is 0
to 100.

relativeStrengthIndexIndicator

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Slow Stochastic Oscillator Indicator

A momentum financial indicator that displays the closing
price relative to the highlow range over a given period of time. There are
three types of Stochastic Oscillators: Fast, Slow, and Full. The Stochastic
Oscillator is a momentum indicator that shows the relation of the current
close price relative to the high/low range over a given time period using a
scale of 0 to 100. It is based on the premise that prices will close near
100 in a rising market and closer to 0 in a declining market.
The Fast Stochastic Oscillator Indicator is used to identify
buying or selling divergences. The Slow Stochastic Oscillator uses a 3day
SMA and the Full Stochastic Oscillator is the Slow Stochastic Oscillator
with time period customization.

slowStochasticOscillatorIndicator

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Standard Deviation Indicator

A financial indicator that statistically measures variation
in stock prices or volatility. The difference between an individual
security’s closing price and the average security closing price is called
the dispersion. The larger the dispersion is the higher the standard
deviation will be and therefore the volatility. The smaller the dispersion
is (the difference between an individual closing price and the average
price), the smaller the standard deviation and the lower the price
volatility.

standardDeviationIndicator

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StochRSI Indicator

Financial indicator that measures when a security is
overbought or oversold within a specified period of time. The values range
from 0 to 1. The StochRSI Indicator is calculated
by applying the Stochastic Oscillator formula to RelativeStrengthIndexIndicator
(RSI) data.

stochRSIIndicator

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TRIX Indicator

A measure of momentum used to identify overbought or
oversold securities. Like other oscillators, TRIX scores hover around zero.
A positive value indicates an overbought security while a negative value
indicates an oversold one. TRIX is calculated using a triple exponential
smoothed moving average of the price over a specific period of time. A
signal line is frequently used to indicate where a security’s price is
likely to be in the future.

trixIndicator

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Typical Price Indicator

A common financial indicator (aka pivot point) that
represents the arithmetic average of the High, Low, and Closing prices of a
security for a given period of time.

typicalPriceIndicator

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Ultimate Oscillator Indicator

A financial indicator that uses the weighted average from
three different time periods in order to reduce the volatility and noise
associated with other indicators that are based on single time periods.
Since this is a range bound indicator, the scores are between 0 and 100.

ultimateOscillatorIndicator

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Weighted Close Indicator

A financial indicator that is similar to the Typical Price
Indicator in that it represents an average of the high price, low price,
and closing price for a day. However, with the Weighted Close Indicator, more
emphasis is placed on the closing price and it is included twice when
calculating the arithmetic average.

weightedCloseIndicator

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Williams Percent Range Indicator

A momentum indicator that is similar to the Stochastic
Oscillator. However, the scale ranges from 0 to 100. It is useful for
identifying overbought and oversold securities. The Williams Percent Range
Indicator is calculated by dividing the difference between the highest high
for the period and the current close by the highest high minus the lowest
low for the period.

williamsPercentRIndicator

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