Moving Averages

These moving averages will help you identify the direction and strength of a trend. You’ll be in a position to know whether a trend is about to consolidate, or reverse, and better manage your profits.

The ALMA indicator was developed as an alternative to conventional moving averages, such as the simple, weighted and tri [...]
The DEMA was first presented by Patrick Mulloy in Stocks & Commodities in 1994. This indicator replicates the DEMA f [...]
The Exponential Hull Moving Average is similar to the standard Hull MA, but with superior smoothing. The standard Hull M [...]
The concept of the Fibonacci Bands indicator was described by Suri Dudella in his book “Trade Chart Patterns Like the Pr [...]
The Holt EMA is a trend corrected exponential moving average based on a double exponential smoothing model.
The Multiple Rainbow indicator displays 100 moving averages with ascending lookback periods. The default lookback period [...]
This is a moving average that has the close of each bar weighted with the square of the tick range. It comes close to a [...]
A Sine Weighted Moving Average takes its weighting from the first half of a Sine wave cycle and accordingly, the most we [...]
Presented by Tim Tillson in the January 1998 issue of Stocks & Commodities, the Tillson moving average (TMA) is also [...]
This is a simple implementation of the trigger lines which can be used as a trend filter. The trigger lines are composed [...]
Patrick Mulloy first presented the Triple Exponential Moving Average (TEMA) in the  “Stocks & Commodities” magazine. [...]
The Zerolag HATEMA and ZerolagTEMA were presented by Sylvain Vervoort in “THE QUEST FOR RELIABLE CROSSOVERS” Technical A [...]
The Zerolag HATEMA and Zerolag TEMA were presented by Sylvain Vervoort in “THE QUEST FOR RELIABLE CROSSOVERS” Technical [...]