Stock Indices Indicators List and Their Technical Analysis
To learn Stock Indices trading technical analysis the first thing that a trader should do is to know about all the different indicators and then try to find the ones that they can use.
- Acceleration/Deceleration: AC
- Aroon Oscillator
- Awesome Oscillator
- Average True Range (ATR)
- Bollinger Bands: Fibonacci Ratios
- Bears Power
- Bollinger Bands
- Bollinger Bandwidth
- Bulls Power
- Balance of Power
- Bollinger Percent B or %b
- Chaos Fractals
- Chande's Q-Stick
- Choppiness Index
- Chande's Trend Score
- Coppock Curve
- Chaikin's Money Flow
- Chande's Dynamic Momentum Index
- Chande Momentum Oscillator
- Commodity Channel Index (CCI)
- T3 Average
- Trailing Stop loss Levels
- Trend Trigger Factor
- Triple Exponential Average (TRIX)
- Triple Exponential MA (TEMA)
- True Strength Index (TSI)
Indicators Stock Indices Trading Technical Analysis
Most technical indicators are shown separately from the chart usually below it. This is because they often use a different scale than that of the price chart.
Other Stock Indices technical analysis indicators are shown on the chart itself, such as Moving Averages and Bollinger Bands these are referred to as price overlays.
Some of the popular when it comes to Stock Indices analysis ones are:
Moving Average (MA) - Using a variety of Stock Indices trading analysis studies, various types of trading signals can be generated from the currency charts using the moving averages. The MA indicates buy signals when currency prices rise above the moving average lines. Sell signals occur when the price falls below the moving average lines. Another method to trade with moving averages is using the MA crossover signals.
MACD is one of the trend following indicators, it has a signal line that is used to generate a buy signal (above the MACD center-line) or a sell signal (below the MACD center-line).
Volume based Stock Indices market analysis indicators are used to determine the momentum of market trends. High volume, especially near the bottom of the market can indicate the beginning of a new trend while low volume may indicate ranging markets or sideways market movements.
Bollinger Bands show potential points where the market movements are likely to change. Technical analysis Stock Indices setups of this indicator that show sharp moves in price action tend to occur when the bands tighten (the Bollinger band squeeze). While prices that touch one of the outer band tends to go all the way to the other band. Bollinger Bands move in a particular direction up or down when there is a market trend.
These indicators are some of the most commonly used indicators when it comes to daily Stock Indices technical analysis. To learn more about how to combine these Stock Indices market analysis indicators to form a trading strategy navigate to the Stock Indices trading strategies section and learn how to come up with an indicator based Stock Indices trading system.