Utilise a library of Technical Analysis Indicators to inform platform decision making
The technical analysis is obtained by combining indicators and is fed fed into the the decision making process of the platform.
Like expert traders, realise that different indicators tend to work well in particular market conditions.
Like expert traders, combine a multiple indicators so that signals are matched to market conditions.
Technical analysis is combined with Fundamental and Sentiment analysis to provide the overall Market analysis.
Overall Market analysis makes it easier to decide the 'Game Plan' which selects the trading strategy for current the current trading session.
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The Candlestick family of indicators analyse trading charts and generate buying and selling signals for trading services.
The Aroon indicator uses the duration since the last high or low to determine if a particular currency is trending and how strongly.
The Bollinger Band indicator measures volatility. If the coin price hits the top band a sell signal is generated and vice versa.
The Elliot Wave indicator counts and measures Elliot wave patters to help set entry and exit points.
The Fibonacci indicator applies Fibonacci analysis to high and low points, to generate buy and sell signals.
The Manual Buy/Sell indicator allows an option to manually override / set fixed prices for buying and selling
The fractals indicator, looks for repeating candlestick patterns at every time-frame to generate signals.
Ichi (Ichimoku) cloud is a sophisticated indicator which detects trends, trend direction and trend reversal.
The Kaufman, Adaptive Moving Average (KAMA), uses the moving average adapt to market conditions.
The Momentum indicator is used to measure the momentum of market moves. It is often used to confirm market trend indicators.
The Moving Average Convergence Divergence indicator It is often used in times of high volatility to confirm price swings.
The relative strength indicator compares recent gains to recent losses to determine over bought and over sold conditions.
Moving Average indicators (SMA/EMA) Calculate the moving average price over a period of time to create buy / sell signals.
The Stochastic indicator is a momentum indicator comparing current price with a recent price range, to create signals.
Compares the number of long trades with the number of short trades to reveal the balance of opinion about market direction