[WEBINAR RECORDING] How to identify oversold stocks

**We use the indicators discussed in this webinar to create trade recommendations that are sent straight to your mobile phone. You can gain access to this strategy along with TWO additional trading...

Technical Indicators: On Balance Volume (OBV)

The On Balance Volume indicator (OBV) is a cumulative indicator similar to the Advance-Decline Line (discussed here) that weighs buying versus selling pressure by adding volume on up days and su...

Technical Indicators: %B

%B is an indicator derived from the Bollinger Bands created by John Bollinger. This indicator represents the difference between the most recent closing price in relation to the Bollinger bands. R...

Technical Indicators: Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD)

The Moving Average Convergence / Divergence (MACD) is perhaps one of the most well recognised, simple and effective momentum and trend indicators. This indicators converts two exponential moving ...

Technical Indicators: Parabolic SAR

The Parabolic SAR is a technical indicator based on both price and time used to signal reversals in trends, with the SAR referring to “stop and reverse”. The idea is that the Parabolic SAR is use...

Technical Indicators: New High-Low Line

The new high – new low index is a breath indicator which tracks the underlying behavior of an index by subtracting the number of new 52 week lows from the number of new 52 week highs. By doing th...

Technical Analysis: Understanding the VIX (CBOE Volatility Index)

The Chicago Board of Options Exchange (CBOE) Volatility Index or “VIX” as it is commonly referred to, represents the expected 30-day volatility of annual movement for the S&P500 based on implied ...

Technical Indicators: Percent Above Moving Average (PAMA)

The percent above moving average (PAMA) is a breadth indicator which measures the strength of an underlying index similar to the Advance-Decline line (discussed here). This indicator can be used ...

Technical Indicators: Advance-Decline Line

The advance-decline (AD) line is a breadth indicator that reflects the number of advancing stocks less those declining to give an indication as the participation by the all securities in the move...

Technical Indicators: Bollinger Bands

Bollinger bands are volatility based lines above and below a moving average used to highlight when a move is excessive relatively to previous volatility. Developed by John Bollinger, the bands ar...