Moving Average Indicators

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    Moving Average Indicators
    15 Day Trend - an indication of the 15 day moving average slope. A bullish rating represents a positive slope, and a bearish rating represents a negative slope.
    45 Day Trend - an indication of the 45 day moving average slope. A bullish rating represents a positive slope, and a bearish rating represents a negative slope.
    100 Day Trend - an indication of the 100 day moving average slope. A bullish rating represents a positive slope, and a bearish rating represents a negative slope.
    MT Moving Average Crossover - if the 15 day moving average crosses over the 45 day moving average, this indicator will be activated. An above rating represents a move by the 15 day above the 45-day, and is considered positive for the stock. A below rating represents a move by the 15 day below the 45-day and is considered negative for the stock.
    LT Moving Average Crossover - if the 45 day moving average crosses over the 100 day moving average, this indicator will be activated. An above rating represents a move by the 45 day above the 100-day, and is considered positive for the stock. A below rating represents a move by the 45 day below the 100-day and is considered negative for the stock.


    Volatility Indicators
    Abnormal Activity Today? - using statistical analysis, it is possible to predict what a stock should do on the next trading day based upon the stock's historical volatility. This indicator measures what the stock actually does compared to what it should do, and highlights stocks that make statistically significant abnormal gains or losses. The hypothesis is that stocks which behave abnormally may be doing so because of new information.
    Volatility Index Today - a stock's volatility is a good measure of a market's level of uncertainty. The more volatile a stock is, the more uncertain the market is about what the company is worth. The Volatility Index Today is an interpretation of the Volatility Ratio indicator, and measures the volatility of the stock relative to the stock's normal volatility. Ratings are high, medium and low.
    Volatility Index Yesterday - the measure of the Volatility Index on the day prior to the most recent day's trading. Stocks that move from low to high volatility in one day are often trading on significant new information. See Volatility Index Today.
    10 Day Volatility - represents the slope of the Volatility Ratio indicator line over the past 10 days, and determines whether the stock's price volatility is increasing or decreasing over that time period.
    20 Day Volatility - represents the slope of the Volatility Ratio indicator line over the past 20 days, and determines whether the stock's price volatility is increasing or decreasing over that time period.
    40 Day Volatility - represents the slope of the Volatility Ratio indicator line over the past 40 days, and determines whether the stock's price volatility is increasing or decreasing over that time period.


    Price Relativity
    From 40 Day High - the percentage difference from the most recent closing price and the historical, 40 day high. A negative value indicates how far above the stock is from the 40 day high.
    From 80 Day High - the percentage difference from the most recent closing price and the historical, 80 day high. A negative value indicates how far above the stock is from the 80 day high.
    From 150 Day High - the percentage difference from the most recent closing price and the historical, 150 day high. A negative value indicates how far above the stock is from the 150 day high.
    From 40 Day Low - the percentage difference from the most recent closing price and the historical, 40 day low. A negative value indicates how far below the stock is from the 40 day low.
    From 80 Day Low - the percentage difference from the most recent closing price and the historical, 80 day low. A negative value indicates how far below the stock is from the 80 day low.
    From 150 Day Low - the percentage difference from the most recent closing price and the historical, 150 day low. A negative value indicates how far below the stock is from the 150 day low.


    Support/Resistance
    5 Day Support - a floor price over the last five days of trading that represents a psychological barrier for the market.
    15 Day Support - a floor price over the last 15 days of trading that represents a psychological barrier for the market.
    80 Day Support - a floor price over the last 80 days of trading that represents a psychological barrier for the market.
    5 Day Resistance - a ceiling price over the last five days of trading that represents a psychological barrier for the market.
    15 Day Resistance - a ceiling price over the last 15 days of trading that represents a psychological barrier for the market.
    80 Day Resistance - a ceiling price over the 80 five days of trading that represents a psychological barrier for the market.


    Pivot Analysis - a tool used primarily by day traders, Pivot Analysis helps to identify the expected support and resistance points for tomorrows trading based on the volatility of recent trading activity. If a stock is able to move beyond one of the resistance or support areas, the stock is deemed to be trading abnormally and an opportunity may arise. Or, a trader may get a feel for whether the stock is having a positive or negative day based on whether it is currently trading above or below the pivot point.
    Price Pivot - a central or mean price based upon the very recent trading activity.
    Day Resistance 1 - the first level of a psychological ceiling price based upon the very recent trading activity.
    Day Support 1 - the first level of a psychological floor price based upon the very recent trading activity.
    Day Resistance 2 - the second level of a psychological ceiling price based upon the very recent trading activity.
    Day Support 2 - the second level of a psychological floor price based upon the very recent trading activity.

    Recent Moves
    Gain/Loss - 10 day - the percentage gain or loss between the most recent trading day and the close 10 days prior.
    Gain/Loss - 30 day - the percentage gain or loss between the most recent trading day and the close 30 days prior.
    Gain/Loss - 60 day - the percentage gain or loss between the most recent trading day and the close 60 days prior.
    Gain/Loss - 200 day - the percentage gain or loss between the most recent trading day and the close 200 days prior.


    Consolidations
    Short Term - determines whether this security is entering a consolidation phase over the short term, that is, a period of decreasing volatility.
    Medium Term - determines whether this security is entering a consolidation phase over the medium term, that is, a period of decreasing volatility.
    Long Term - determines whether this security is entering a consolidation phase over the longer term, that is, a period of decreasing volatility.


    Today's Trading
    Gap - an indication of whether this security had a gap in prices between the most recent trading day and the day prior. An Up Gap means the low for the most recent trading day is higher than the high of the previous trading day. A Down Gap means the high of the most recent trading day is lower than the low of the previous trading day. Up Gaps are considered positive, and Down Gaps negative.
    Candle - based on the Japanese charting technique, this is a measure of very short-term supply and demand for a security. A Bullish Candle is one where the close of the most recent trading day is higher than the open, and a Bearish Candle is one where the close of the most recent trading day is below the open. A Neutral candle is one where the stock closes where it opened.