Momentum Oscillators

Momentum oscillators are built with trend indicators, tracking short-term overbought or oversold conditions. In general, when the oscillator value approaches the upper extreme the instrument will be overbought, and as it approaches the lower extreme it will be oversold.

The Balanced Momentum indicators eliminates the dropout effect which is seen in the Standard Momentum indicator. Specifi [...]
This is the Double Smoothed Momentum by William Blau- see Stocks & Commodities, May 1991 for additional information.
The indicator allows to display the Double Smoothed Stochastics - see Stocks & Commodities, January 1991. The Double [...]
The Double Smoothed Stochastics from Walter Bressert is identical to the Double Stochastics indicator that comes preinst [...]
As with the standard Stochastics oscillator, Fast Stochastic compares the closing price to the range over a certain peri [...]
Although the formulas are different, theKnow Sure Thing (KST) is similar to that of the MACD. KTS was developed by Marti [...]
Whereas the standard MACD applies two exponential moving averages, the Multi MACD offers a selection of 30 different mov [...]
The QQE indicator applies a smoothed Relative Strength Index (RSI) indicator and two volatility-based trailing levels (f [...]
The Slow Relative Strength Index is an adaptation of the classic RSI calculation, customized for use in higher timeframe [...]
This is the Stochastic Momentum Index as introduced by William Blau- see Stocks & Commodities, January 1993 for addi [...]
The stochastic oscillator compares the closing price to the range over a certain period of time, effectively making it a [...]
The Traders Dynamic Index is a trend following momentum indicator based on the RSI. It was developed and presented by De [...]