MFI Indicator : How to use Money Flow Index (MFI)

Money Flow Index (MFI) is an oscillator that uses price and volume to quantify buying and selling pressure. It uses a formula similar to RSI and hence it is also called as volume-weighted RSI. The formula uses the typical price of a stock and its volume to calculate the positive money flow and negative money flow, and then uses the accumulated positive and negative money flows over the period of the indicator to calculate the Money Flow Index.

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How to Use Simple and Exponential Moving Average

What is a Moving Average?

Moving averages are trending indicators and are widely used because of their simplicity and effectiveness.They do not foresee price direction, yet rather define the current direction, though they lag due to being based on past prices.

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Lagging Indicators – Types of Indicators – Part 1

Indicators signify a statistical method of technical analysis as opposed to a subjective approach. By looking at money flow, trends, volatility, and momentum, they provide a secondary measure to actual price movements and help traders confirm the quality of chart patterns or form their own buy or sell signals.

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Commodity Channel Index (CCI)

The commodity channel index (CCI) is an oscillator originally introduced by Donald Lambert in 1980. Since its introduction, the indicator has grown in reputation which is currently a very common tool for traders in identifying cyclical trends not just in commodities, but also equities and currencies.

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