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Relative Momentum Index
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

Relative momentum index is an oscillator introduced by Roger Altman in a February 1993 'Stocks & Commodities' magazine article. Inspired from the relative strength index, it attempts to improve it by eliminating the oscillations between defined overbought and oversold levels through the introduction of a momentum. The relative momentum index...
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Symbol Information on Chart
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The "SymbolInformation" function displays symbol's information on a chart.
It displays the company or security title, the stock's industry, the stock's sector and the stock's exchange (NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX...)

In order for this function to work properly, the full name, industry, sector and market fields of your stocks must be filled.
These fields...

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Annual Return of a Security
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

The Annual Return function calculates the trailing annual return of a security. This means that for each bar, the function returns the annual return based on its previous data.
The calculation starts after the first 50 bars. This is because for first bars, annual return time-series would be very volatile.

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Trend Strength Index
by swalk10, uploaded several months ago

Frank Hassler introduced this measurement. It was discussed on Frank's Blog Engineering Returns http://engineering-returns.com/2010/06/28/aapl-ts/, and it was highlighted and researched by David Varadi of CSS Analytics in his blog http://cssanalytics.wordpress.com/2010/06/28/trend-strength-index-tsi/, and subsequent posts.

David uses the following summary of TSI: "The TSI is an intermediate-term absolute (versus relative ) measure...

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Keltner Channel
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Keltner Channel, KC, was developed by Chester W. Keltner and is a technical indicator that looks like the Simple Moving Average Envelopes or Bollinger Bands. It is constituted of two lines that adapt to changes in the security's volatility by using the ATR or average true range indicator.

There are...

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Trending Up/Down using Ten Moving Averages
by MikeMM, uploaded several months ago

This indicator tells you whether a security is trending up or down based on ten moving averages (instead of just one). This is accomplished by calculating ten moving averages with different periods (20, 40, 60 ..., and 200) and then comparing them with the close price. For each trading bar,...
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Demand Index
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Demand Index is a technical indicator that tries to lead price changes using price and volume data. The indicator was developed by Hames Sibbet.

The demand index formula requires several parameters:
Price: A time series that is usually set to the close price, midpoint or high plus low divided by two.
Constant:...

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