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 DEMA was first presented by Patrick Mulloy in Stocks & Commodities in 1994. This indicator replicates the DEMA f [...]
The standard Hull Moving Average is derived from the weighted moving average (WMA). As other moving average built from w [...]
The concept of Fibonacci Bands were described by Suri Dudella in his book “Trade Chart Patterns Like the Pros” Section 8 [...]
The Holt EMA is a trend corrected exponential moving average based on a double exponential smoothing model.
The multi rainbow indicator displays 100 moving averages with acending lookback periods. The default lookback setting fo [...]
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 [...]
A TEMA (Triple Exponential Moving Average) was first developed by Patrick Mulloy and presented in “Stocks & Commodit [...]
The ZerolagHATEMA and ZerolagTEMA were presented by Sylvain Vervoort in “THE QUEST FOR RELIABLE CROSSOVERS” Technical An [...]
The ZerolagHATEMA and ZerolagTEMA were presented by Sylvain Vervoort in “THE QUEST FOR RELIABLE CROSSOVERS” Technical An [...]