Two Moving Averages Chaikin Forex Trading Indicator
The Chaikin3s Volatility 92 lines l indicator for MetaTrader4 was designed by Marc Chaikin to define volatility by computing the difference between the high and low for every period.
The indicator gauges the difference between two moving averages i.e. the 3-day EMA of the Accumulation Distribution Line and the 10-day EMA of a volume-weighted Accumulation Distribution Line.
This forex trading indicator is designed to foretell directional changes in the Accumulation Distribution Line by gauging the momentum behind price actions.
Changes in momentum usually precedes trend change. Chartist can always benefit from the Chaikin3s_Volatility_92_linesl indicator’s ability to anticipate changes in trend for an underlying security. Signals for the Chaikin3s_Volatility_92_linesl indicator can be generated either via alerts resulting from crosses above/below the zero line or via bearish/bullish divergences.
Generally speaking, we can say price that price is bullish if the value of the Chaikin3s_Volatility_92_linesl indicator is positive or price is bearish if the value of the indicator is negative. The Chaikin3s_Volatility_92_linesl oscillates above and below the zero line.
Momentum shift in buying or selling pressures can be spotted when using the Chaikin3s_Volatility_92_linesl indicator, usually in the form of bearish and bullish divergences. A bullish divergence forms with the indicator forming higher lows while price moves to new lows.
A bearish divergence forms when the Chaikin3s_Volatility_92_linesl indicator forms new lows while price surges to new highs. Just as in all other indicators, the Chaikin3s_Volatility_92_linesl indicator should not be used as a lone indicator.
MT4 Indicator Characteristics
Currency pairs: Any
Platform: Metatrader 4
Type: chart window indicator
Customization options: Variable (iPeriod, maPeriod, maSlowPeriod), Colors, width & Style.
Time frames: 5-Minutes, 15-Minutes, 30-Minutes, 1-Hour, 4-Hours, 1-Day, 1-Week, 1-Month
Type: momentum oscillator