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As an intraday trader, you need to move quickly to make the most of small price movements. This means that you can’t waste time on too many indicators. Spending too much time on multiple tools may lead to missed opportunities. What is more efficient is to focus on a couple of indicators that work effectively to identify trading opportunities, while minimising risk. This is one case where less is more, but you need to choose carefully. And, to be able to make an informed choice, you first need to know which indicators work the best for intraday timeframes. Relative Strength Index (RSI) This indicator works on the principle of “buy low and sell high.” RSI is highly useful in indicating when an asset is oversold or overbought and when it may face a reversal. You can set the RSI according to different timeframes, while the values can range from 0 to 100. Here, 100 indicates overbought and zero indicates oversold. The values that lie in between show the expected trend of prices in the market. For example, if the value of the Relative Strength Index reaches 70, the price is expected to fall and selling would be a suitable option. If the value reaches 30, it will most likely increase and buying is indicated at this point. However, given that all assets or even currency pairs do not follow the same pattern, it is a good idea to first analyse past RSI values, along with market volatility before making a decision. Moving Average Convergence Divergence Also known as MACD, this indicator works on the basis of divergence and convergence of two moving average values. It provides information about the direction and duration of a trend, as well as the momentum. The MACD value is the difference between the 26-day exponential moving average (EMA) and the 12-day EMA. This difference in value is used for drawing the MACD line. The area covered by the MACD spread in the positive section of the chart shows an upward trend. On the other hand, if the MACD spread covers an area on the negative side, it shows a downward trend. Apart from this, a signal line is also drawn with the help of the 9-day EMA. If the MACD line goes above the signal line, it usually indicates buying. If it stays below the signal line, a sell signal is generated. Bollinger [email protected] Bollinger Bands were developed by an American author named John Bollinger. These indicators hold a greater advantage over the simple moving average (SMA) indicators. Bollinger Bands form a zone around the price movements of a commodity or asset. These zones are created on the basis of a moving average and a number of standard deviations. Through the help of this indicator, you can predict the direction of trend movements, identify reversals and gauge the volatility. All these things are crucial for making informed trading decisions. Constituents of Bollinger Bands These bands comprise three main lines, the lower, the middle and the upper lines. The middle line represents a moving average of the prices and the parameters for this moving average are chosen by the trader. The lower and the upper bands are placed on either side of this middle line and the distance between them is calculated through standard deviation. You can choose the number of standard deviations that you want the indicator to consist of. Most people make use of two standard deviations. An asset that is trading below the lower line can experience an increase in its future price. So, buying is indicated. Conversely, if the price has risen above the upper line, it is considered a sell signal. Momentum Oscillators Asset prices can rise and fall really quickly. Along with this, there are also short periods that are not related to a bearish or bullish market sentiment. So, it is highly possible that you may unknowingly ignore such rapid developments. This is where indicators like momentum oscillators prove to be useful in intraday trading. The oscillator values range from zero to 100 and these indicate changes in market trends. There are different types of momentum oscillators used in intraday trading. On Balance Volume Commonly known as OBV, this is a type of momentum indicator that predicts changes in prices on the basis of volume flow. To calculate the selling and buying pressure, it subtracts the sum of the volumes on down days from the sum of the volumes on up days. There are three rules regarding the calculation of the current OBV: 1. If a particular closing price is higher than the previous closing price, the current OBV becomes the sum of the current volume and previous OBV. 2. If the closing price is lower than the previous closing price, the current OBV is the difference between the sum of current volume and previous OBV. 3. If the closing price is the same as that of the previous closing price, the previous OBV becomes the current OBV. Stochastic Oscillators This is considered as the most efficient momentum oscillator because rather than considering the prices or volume, it takes into account the momentum. So, it provides a better indication of trends during trading, since momentum changes its direction faster than price does. All these indicators can prove to be helpful in intraday trading but be very careful while using them. Sometimes, trends can move in a direction that is quite different from what is suggested by the indicator. So, a thorough technical analysis, coupled with insights from other indicators, is needed to make an informed decision. While each indicator has its pros and cons, it is best to try them all on a demo account and gain familiarity before choosing one to use under live market conditions.
I want to believe this is a very old version but see what you can do with it.You can probably try adjusting the settings for a different result.Best of luck.
Introduction One of the more common technical tools used by traders, the Bollinger Bands were created by John Bollinger in the early 80s. The tool was not intended as a technical analysis item for trading decisions, but its perceived utility for that purpose has made it widely popular in the ensuing decades. It is likely to be a part of any useful trading software, and is utilized both independently, and also as part of a general trading strategy by countless traders all over the world. Note: Past performance is not indicative of future results. Here we see a typical day’s price action analysed with the Bollinger Bands. We observe the contraction of the bands in the middle part of the chart, and on the left- hand side. In between, we observe the bands expanding as the violent up- and downward movements create great momentum in the market. The upper and lower lines are the standard deviations to be discussed below soon, while the middle line is the moving average often used as the signal line by traders. Calculation of the Bands The Bollinger Band consists of a moving average, and two standard deviation indicators superimposed on it. The standard deviation is used to determine how much the price diverges from the mean (i.e. how great the momentum is) for the ongoing market movement. Interested readers can refer to the related article on this website, but typically, the standard deviation will move away from the moving average in the middle when the price moves up or down with strong momentum. More concisely, the Bands consist of an N-period SMA, EMA, or smoothed moving average in the middle, depending on the choice the upper Bollinger Band, which is an N-period standard deviation multiplied with a factor K, and added to the SMA value the lower Bollinger Band, which is the same, but the standard deviation is subtracted from the SMA. N and K can be determined by the trader. Typical values are 20 for N (the SMA and standard deviation period), and 2 for K. The K factor is used to make bands pronounced and easily observed. Trading with the Bollinger Bands There are many different ways of interpreting the bands. At its simplest form, (and also as advocated by its creator, Professor Bollinger) the bands are used to measure volatility. They expand when volatility is rising, and contract when it is falling. The bands are a good gauge of volatility with very easily identifiable visual patterns emerging as the market progresses through various phases. In addition, over the years traders have also improvised many different ways of using this indicator for trading decisions. One way is to buy or sell when the price action crosses the upper or lower band, respectively, anticipating a breakout, or a rapid movement of the price. Trades are closed when the price returns to the moving average in the middle. Another way to use this indicator is anticipating a reversal after long periods of low or high volatility. For example, a trader will enter a buy order in an uptrend after the bands remain close together for a long while, anticipating the next leg of the trend to commence soon. There are also many composite strategies using the Bands for anything from confirmation to signal generation for an incipient price phenomenon. Accessibility Just about any trading platform will come equipped with the Bollinger Bands since it is so popular among traders. The MetaTrader 4 platform, DealBook of GFT Forex, FXCM Trade Station all provide this indicator, as well countless others not mentioned in this article. Conclusion Bollinger Bands serve two purposes. They depict market volatility in an easily identifiable form, and they also help us in trading decisions. The creator of the indicator does not claim that the Bands predict anything about future price action, but that doesn’t prevent the indicator being very popular in that role. It is, of course, up to you to decide in which way you’ll be using the Bands,