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Technical Indicators

In The Part-Time Currency Trader, Marquez Comelab discussed in great detail how to use Moving Averages, MACD, Stochastic Oscillators, William%R and the Commodity Channel Index to generate buy and sell signals to trade forex. He provides an extensive list of technical tools and indicators below to help you find the ones that suit you. Over time, he will update the information linked to each indicator to help you in your research.


  1. Accumulation/Distribution
  2. Accumulation Swing Index
  3. Andrews Pitchfork
  4. Aroon
  5. Average True Range
  6. Bollinger Bands
  7. Candlesticks
  8. Candlevolume
  9. Chaikin Money Flow
  10. Chaikin Oscillator
  11. Chaikin Volatility
  12. Commodity Channel Index
  13. Commodity Selection Index
  14. Comparative Performance
  15. Coppock Indicator
  16. Correlation
  17. Cycle Lines
  18. DEMA
  19. Demand Index
  20. Detrended Price Oscillator
  21. Directional Movement
  22. Dynamic Momentum Index
  23. Ease of Movement
  24. Elder Ray Index
  25. Envelope
  26. Equivolume
  27. Fibonacci Studies
  28. Force Index
  29. Forecast Oscillator
  30. Fourier Transform
  31. Gann Studies
  32. Herrick Payoff Index
  33. Inertia
  34. Intraday Momentum Index
  35. Kagi
  36. Klinger Oscillator
  37. Linear Regression Indicator
  38. Linear Regression Slop
  39. Linear Regression Trendline
  40. MACD
  41. MACD Histogram
  42. Market Facilitation Index
  43. Mass Index
  44. Median Price
  45. MESA Sine Wave
  46. Momentum
  47. Money Flow Index
  48. Moving Average Envelopes
  49. Moving Averages
  50. Multiple Moving Averages
  51. Negative Volume Index
  52. ODDS Probability Cones
  53. On Balance Volume
  54. Parabolic SAR
  55. Point & Figure
  56. Polarized Fractal Efficiency
  57. Positive Volume Index
  58. Price Channel
  59. Price Oscillator
  60. Price Rate-Of-Change
  61. Price and Volume Trend
  62. Price Comparison
  63. Price Differential
  64. Percentage Bands
  65. Price Envelope
  66. Price Ratio
  67. Relative Momentum Index
  68. Relative Strength (Comparative)
  69. Relative Strength Index
  70. Relative Volatility Index
  71. Renko
  72. Single Moving Average
  73. Smoothed Rate Of Change
  74. Slow Stochastic Oscillator
  75. Speed Resistance Lines
  76. Spread
  77. Standard Deviation
  78. Standard Deviation Channel
  79. Standard Error
  80. Standard Error Bands
  81. Standard Error Channel
  82. Stochastic Momentum Index
  83. Stochastic Oscillator
  84. Support & Resistance Levels
  85. Swing Index
  86. TEMA
  87. Three Line Break
  88. Time Series Forecast
  89. Tirone Levels
  90. Trade Volume Index
  91. TRIX
  92. Twiggs Money Flow
  93. Two Moving Averages
  94. Typical Price
  95. Ultimate Oscillator
  96. Vertical Horizontal Filter
  97. Volatility
  98. Volatility Ratio
  99. Volatility Ratio (Schwager)
  100. Volume
  101. Volume Rate Of Change
  102. Volume Oscillator
  103. Weighted Close
  104. Williams Accumulate/Distribute
  105. Williams Accumulation/ Distribution
  106. Williams %R
  107. Yield Differential
  108. Zig Zag


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