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  Adaptive Moving Average
  Average True Range
  Bid Offer spread
  Bollinger Bands
  Bollinger Band Width
  Buy/Sell Volume Ratio Moving Average
  CCI/MA Crossover
  CCI, The Commodity Channel Index
  Chaikin's Money Flow Persistence
  Chaikin Volatility
  Chande's Momentum Oscillator
  Chart Studies
  Choppiness Index
  Coppock Curve
  Delta Weighted Moving Average
  Detrended Price Oscillator
  Disparity index
  DMI Direction Movement Indictor
  Donchian Channels
  Exponential Moving Average
  Fast/Slow Kurtosis
  Fractal Dimension
  High/Low Moving Average
  Ichimoku Kinko Hyo
  JCM Study
  Keltner Bands
  Level 2 Scope
  Linear Regression
  Linear Regression Detrended Price
  MACD Histogram
  MACD, Moving Average Convergence Divergence
  MA Envelopes
  Mass Index
  Money Flow
  Moving Average
  On Balance Volume
  Parabolic SAR
  Path Length
  Point and Figure
  Price Oscillator
  Rate of Change
  RSI, Relative Strength Index
  Skew Bands
  Std Deviation
  The Chaikin Money Flow
  The Chaikin Oscillator
  Three Line Break
  Triple Moving Average
  True Strength Indicator
  Ultimate Oscillator
  Volatility Ratio
  Volume Accumulation
  Volume AMA
  Volume Efficency
  Volume EMA
  Volume MA
  Volume Oscillator
  Volume Weight Moving Average
  Weighted Moving Average
  Williams %R


The Stochastics chart draws two lines, the faster line is formed by comparing
the last closing price to recent trading range, that is the highest high in
the last n-periods minus the lowest low in the same period. The slower line
is formed by smoothing the fast line with a moving average.

You may also choose slow stochastics, in which we plot the smoothed slower line above as the fast line on the plot, and we then take a moving
average of this line as the slow line.

Additionally, you can go for full stochastic analysis by altering the third parameter from the default, which provides a "smoothing factor" for the fast line, applying a simple Moving Average over the relevant period of this line.

The signals in Stochastic are:

Buy when the stochastics are below %20 (oversold), and either move back above
%20 or form a higher low then its previous low. Or buy when the fast line
crosses above the slow line.

Similar, Sell when the stochastics are above %80 (overbought), and either move
down below %80 or form a low high than is previous high. Or sell when the fast line crosses below the slow line.

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