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Technical Indicators

Indicators are like tools and being able to pick the ‘right' tool for the job can often go a long way.


The stochastic indicator is an oscillator that helps traders to see overbought and oversold conditions.

How to Trade with Stochastic Oscillator

The stochastic is a technical indicator that can help determine a shift in trend. Learn how to use a more common variation in the slow stochastic oscillator.

Stochastic in a Trading Strategy

The stochastic indicator can be an ideal trigger in a trader's strategy, helping to enter or exit positions once other criteria is met.


Average True Range or ATR is often used for risk management protocol, utilizing recent price behavior to determine possible stop values.

Managing Risk with ATR

Risk management can be a difficult challenge for both beginner and experienced traders. This is where ATR, or Average True Range can assist.

Using Average True Range (ATR) to Measure Volatility in Financial Markets

Growing volatility, as shown by the ATR (Average True Range) can be used by traders to determine which strategies to implement or which signals to follow.


The Average Directional Index or ADX is one of the indicators created by the famed J. Welles Wilder, and is often used to gauge strength of trend.

The Average Directional Index

The Average Directional Index (ADX) is a technical indicator that may be used as a tool to help traders determine the strength of the underlying trend.

How to Use the Average Directional Index (ADX) in a Trading Strategy

Learn how to incorporate the ADX (Average Directional Index) into your strategy when assessing the directional bias of the trend.


The Commodity Channel Index or CCI is often compared to the Relative Strength Index or RSI, but CCI may solve a problem that RSI has for many traders in its computation.

The Commodity Channel Index (CCI)

The CCI (Commodity Channel Index) incorporates candlestick wicks (true range) to determine overbought or oversold conditions.

The Commodity Channel Index (CCI) In a Trading Strategy

Different strategies can use the CCI (commodity channel index) across multiple timeframes to identify dominant trends, changes in trend and overbought and oversold conditions.