Money Flow Index

Money Flow Index

The Money Flow Index shows the rate at which money is flowing into or out of a market instrument. It is similar to the Relative Strength Index, except that the MFI also takes volume into account. The MFI has interpreted in

Gator Oscillator

Gator Oscillator

The Gator Oscillator is based on the Alligator. It shows the degree of convergence between the Alligator’s balanced lines: The top bar chart in the Gator Oscillator is the absolute difference between the red and blue lines of the Alligator

Force Index

Force Index indicator

The strength of market trends is determined by price and volume: Prices rise in bull markets and fall in bear markets Rapid price changes and high volumes indicate a strong trend Slow price changes and low volumes indicate a weak

Alligator indicator

Alligator indicator

Forex traders make money when currency rates change. However, the market remains stationary most of the time; there are trends only 15% to 30% of the time. Therefore, it’s important to know when a trend is likely to develop.

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