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For Question #1 Read:Leading vs. Lagging Indicators Stochastic is based on the high-to-low range of the time period (in this case, it’s hourly), yet it doesn’t account for changes from one hour to the next.
For Question #2 Read:Leading vs. Lagging Indicators Popular leading indicators are the Stochastic, the Relative Strength Index (RSI), Williams %R, and the Momentum indicator.
For Question #3 Read:How to Use MACD to Confirm a Trend The channel top typically holds as dynamic resistance while the channel bottom serves as a dynamic support. In a DOWNTREND, price action usually hangs around the BOTTOM HALF of the channel, finding resistance at the middle line and support at the bottom line.
For Question #4 Read:Summary: Leading and Lagging Indicators Popular lagging indicators are Moving Averages (Simple, Exponential, Weighted), Parabolic SAR, and the Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD).
For Question #8 Read:Leading vs. Lagging Indicators The Average Directional Index, or ADX for short, is another example of an oscillator. ADX fluctuates from 0 to 100, with readings below 20 indicating a weak trend and readings above 50 signaling a strong trend.
For Question #11 Read:Summary: Leading and Lagging Indicators A leading indicator gives you a signal before the new trend or reversal occurs to help you profit by predicting what prices will do next. Leading indicators typically work by measuring how “overbought” or “oversold” something is.
For Question #12 Read:Leading vs. Lagging Indicators Unlike leading indicators, lagging indicators aren’t as prone to bogus signals. Lagging indicators only give signals after the price change is clearly forming a trend.
For Question #17 Read:How to Use Oscillators to Warn You of the End of a Trend One indicator that can help us determine where a trend might be ending is the Parabolic SAR (Stop And Reversal). A Parabolic SAR places dots, or points, on a chart that indicates potential reversals in price movement.
For Question #18 Read:Leading vs. Lagging Indicators This technical indicator is a tool that’s used to identify moving averages that are indicating a new trend, whether it’s bullish or bearish.