The Varadi Oscillator (VDO) is a leading indicator first proposed by David Varadi and originally aim to reduce the influence of the trend component in oscillators. The DVO can be described as a rolling percent rank of detrended prices over a certain lookback period. The detrending process used for the calculation of the indicator is based on the simple moving average of the ratio between the closing price and median ( hl2 ) price.
The Money Flow Index (MFI) is a technical oscillator that uses price and volume data for identifying overbought or oversold signals in an asset. It can also be used to spot divergences which warn of a trend change in price. The oscillator moves between 0 and 100.
Double exponential moving averages (DEMA) are an improvement over Exponential Moving Average (EMA) because they allocate more weight to recent data points. The reduced lag results in a more responsive moving average, which helps short-term traders spot trend reversals quickly.
ATR Percent rank gives the percentile rank of the current Average True Range compared to the X periods previous ones. By comparing the recent ATR to the previous behavior of it on the same instrument, we can have a clearer view of what the current volatility means in Time because of its ranking in percentage.
Average True Range Percent ( ATRP ) expresses the Average True Range (ATR) indicator as a percentage of a bar's closing price. ATRP is used to measure volatility just as the Average True Range (ATR) indicator is. ATRP allows securities to be compared, where ATR does not.
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