The Chaikin OscillatorThe Chaikin oscillator is produced by subtracting a slow moving average of the Accumulation/Distribution, from a faster moving average of the Accumulation/
You may use the edit button to choose the number of periods over which the averages are generated, and you may also choose between using simple moving averages and exponential moving averages.
The simplest use of the Chaikin oscillator is to trade on divergences. A bullish signal is generated when the Chaikin Oscillator is divergent from the symbol price. I.E. makes a second low high than the first, while the stock price
has made a lower low.
Similar a bearish signal is generated when the price makes two higher highs, but the Chaikin Oscillator makes a new high lower than the last.