Stochastic Oscillator

The stochastic oscillator and the Relative Strength Index are two of the most popular technical indicators. They are called oscillators because they move within a range, usually between 0 and 100. The stochastic oscillator is a momentum indicator that compares prices within a specific period of time. Traders can chose the amount of time intervals to be analyzed as well as the type of prices open, high, low, or close prices. Most commonly used are the stochastic oscillators of closing prices....

An Inside Look at an Innovative Forex Trading Method

Rhe Quarters Theory improves and simplifies the decision-making process in foreign exchange trading through the use of a revolutionary new methodology applied to the price behavior of currency exchange rates and trend developments in the Forex market. This book provides currency traders with a step-by-step guide to the unique premise of The Quarters Theory and offers many real-life market examples, variations, and innovative Forex trading strategies. Ilian Yotov, a longtime Forex strategist,...

Index

All Industries Activity, 60, 61 Australian dollar (AUD), 54 charts Bearish Overshoot, 13 Bearish price breakout, 9, 10 Bearish price moves, 34-36 Bearish trends, 74, 155 Beige Book, 59 Bid-and-ask spreads, 168 Black Wednesday, 63 Bond yields, 58 Breakouts and ascending triangle patterns, 80 bearish price breakout, 9, 10, 76, 77 bullish price breakout, 8, 10, 35, 36, 76, 77 and cup-and-handle pattern, 39, 88 Elliott Wave patterns, 110 failed attempts, 33-35, 38, 49, 78, 85 Head-fakes and...