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Choppiness Index

by Brian Brown, 3637 days ago
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Choppiness index is an indicator used to measure the degree in trendiness and in choppiness in a market.

It uses a 0-100 scale and includes an upper and a lower bands respectively corresponding to Fibonacci 61.80 and 38.20 numbers. While CI values below 31.80 mean a trending market, those above 61.80 correspond to a choppy one. Low CI readings can also mean that the end of a trend is near. On the other hand, high values can signify a near end of the consolidation period, and that a potential breakout can occur at any moment.

The Choppiness index function I have written takes the choppiness period (usually 14 bars) as argument and its formula uses the Logarithm, the True Range, the highest high and the lowest low functions. The final value is normalized by the decimal logarithm of the Choppiness index period.

Other trading indicators:
Detrended Price Oscillator
Relative Momentum Index
SafeZone Stop
Klinger Volume Oscillator


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