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Parabolic SAR Technical Indicator Tutorial and Examples

Parabolic SAR technical indicator was developed by Welles Wilder and presented in June 1978 in his book "New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems".
The purpose of the parabolic system - to determine the tolerance within which price movement possible in order to stay in the current trend.
Initially the system was designed as a reverse, that is, at any time, it was assumed that the system is either in ascending or in a downtrend and must be opened in each case either long or short position. Current systems of evidence, in particular, and the original name of its main indicator - SAR (Stop and reverse price - price Stop and Reverse). However, in the future, due to the fact that the market is in a pronounced trend only short periods of time and the constant opening and changing positions is fraught with multiple losses, the system began to recommend to be used in conjunction with other indicators and methodologies.

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In the case of an uptrend, at any given time…

Average Directional Movement Index (ADX) Technical Indicator Tutorial

Average Directional Movement Index, directional system (indicator developed by George. W. Wilder (JW Wilder) in addition to the Parabolic SAR system for measuring the intensity of the market trend; if the ADX is rising, it means that the market tendency becomes stronger, which is favorable condition for entering into transactions, and when ADX falls, it means that the trend in question, in this case the important signals given by the oscillators RSI and Momentum).
The author of this indicator is Welles Wilder, who described it in his book "New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems".
This method is based on a comparison of the 14 and 14 day -DI-period + DI, or subtracting the second from the first, or by applying indicators to each other. When the + DI above -DI, it is a clear signal to buy, if, on the contrary, lower - something for sale.
The simplest trading method based on the system of directional movement implies comparison of two direction indicators: the 14-period + DI an…