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Indicatori tecnici InstaForex

Presentiamo alla Vostra attenzione una serie di indicatori tecnici della compagnia InstaForex, in grado di diventare insostituibili strumenti di analisi e previsione di oscillazioni dei prezzi. Brevi nozioni, formule di calcolo, informazioni sull'impiego pratico – tutto ciò lo potrete trovare sulla pagina che contiene la descrizione di ognuno dei nostri indicatori. E' possibile scaricare ed installare questi indicatori sul terminale di trading MetaTrader 4. Tutte le informazioni presenti sulle pagine sono di proprietà del Gruppo Societario InstaForex e non possono essere copiate senza consenso scritto da parte del Gruppo Societario InstaForex.


The IFX-DPO indicator (Detrended Price Oscillator) enables a trader to decide between divergence and convergence on the price chart as well as to determine the exact point of a trend change on the market. IFX-DPO relates to oscillator indicators. Besides, the principle of its using is similar to the one of the Momentum indicator.


IFX_Kase Peak Oscillator was created by Cynthia Kase, a well-known American trader. It is included in the Kase StatWare package for eSignals. This oscillator enables a trader to evaluate a large number of various signals suitable for active trading.


The TVI indicator was developed by William Blau in 1995 and was described in detail in his book “Momentum, Direction and Divergence”. This oscillator is a very informative indicator, which enables determination of an entry point and trend direction as well as many other parameters. The main feature of this oscillator is that it is calculated on the basis of tick density instead of price.


The HMA_histogram indicator is a version of classical HMA indicator by Alan Hull in the form of histogram similar to the one of the MACD indicator.


The Hull Moving Average (HMA) is one more alternative of an ideal MA that enables smoothing price movements with the help of weighted averages. The indicator was created by Alan Hull.


Moving average convergence/divergence (MACD) is a technical analysis indicator created by Gerald Appel in 1979. Initially, it was used in commodity and stock trading. The present version of the indicator is a combination of the MACD histogram and the classic indicator which consists of a MACD line and a signal line.


PPO is a technical momentum indicator measuring the difference between the 26-day and the 9-day exponential moving averages. The indicator is similar to the moving average convergence divergence (MACD) in terms of both practical use and efficiency.

Day Channel

The Day Channel Indicator is a variant of the indicator calculated on the basis of the highs and lows of the previous trading day. This indicator can be applied only to the short-term time frames (from M30 and lower). It is used to identify short-term levels of support and resistance of the financial assets.

Anchored Momentum

The technical indicator Anchored Momentum was developed by Rudy Stefenel and presented in 1998 in Technical analysis of Stocks and Commodities magazine.

Relative Momentum Index (RMI)

The RMI indicator was introduced by Roger Altman. In February 1993, it was presented in the Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities magazine. The main aim of the indicator is to improve the data provided by the classical RSI indicator if the price reaches oversold/overbought areas.