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Buff Moving Averages Indicator
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

The 'Buff Averages' is an indicator created by Buff Dormeier. It first appeared in the Traders' Tips section of the Stocks & Commodities magazine in February 2001. The function accepts two inputs: a price time-series and a length period. The indicator volume-weighting calculation is applied to the price time-series. The...
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Supertrend Indicator
by Juliettpapa, uploaded several months ago

The supertrend indicator as known from different publications.

Variables: Period and Factor...

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Coppock - VLT Momentum Indicator
by Mark Peterson, uploaded several months ago

A.K.A. Very Long Term (VLT) Momentum indicator (using monthly timeframes)

Named for Edwin Sedgewick Coppock - this indicator was developed as a way to find the upturns from major stock market bottoms.

He based his settings on how long it takes a person to grieve, and to get over the...

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Moving Average Derivative (MAD)
by Carlos Pina, uploaded few weeks ago

Moving Average Derivative

This Indicator shows the value of the slope (Derivative) of the Moving Average with X days.
The slope is calculated in % increase.
A negative slope means the Moving Average is decreasing, so a bearish signal to the the stock.
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Toronto Stock Exchange
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

The "Toronto Stock Exchange" item includes symbols of companies that are listed in the TSX, as well as the S&P TSX Composite index. The Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX, is the largest stock exchange in Canada and is the third largest in North America (by market capitalization). It is based in...
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Historical Stock Market Data
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

Yahoo finance provides historical EOD data for several markets including US exchanges (NYSE, NASDAQ, OTCBB, Pink Sheets), EURONEXT exchanges, Sao Paulo Stock Exchange, National Stock Exchange, Bombay Stock Exchange... Traders may use this item to retrieve EOD data for all stocks listed on one of the exchanges that are supported...
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