Category Archives for Indicators

The Better Rotation Indicator

The Better Rotation Indicator uses 8 major ETFs to track Global Macro trends. This indicator helps visualize the rotations from one Global Macro asset class to another – from unloved and over-sold to hot and being chased by the herd. Right now (4Q 2016) we’ve got a rotation taking place as Government Bonds get overtaken […]

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TRINdicators

When I start to write a blog post, usually my process is this: Come up with a really bad pun for the title. Write the rest of it. Bad puns are an important part of finance, and life in general. A blog reader contacted me recently to chat about various technical analysis indicators, and one […]

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The Secret Weapon of Technical Analysis

The vast majority of technical indicators perform a computation on the price or volume of an individual security.  While these indicators can provide valuable insights, most traders ignore the most effective type of technical indicators. Market Breadth Indicators Market breadth indicators do not use information based on a single security, they use information based on […]

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Distance Weighted Moving Averages (DWMA and IDWMA)

The distance weighted moving average is another nonlinear filter that provides the basis for further research and exploration. In its traditional form, a distance weighted moving average (DWMA) is designed to be a robust version of a moving average to reduce the impact of outliers. Here is the calculation from the Encyclopedia of Math: Notice […]

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The 40-Week Cycle Revisited

As I mentioned last time around, when it comes to analyzing the financial markets, I am a proud graduate of “The School of Whatever Works.” In my youth I “wrote down” a lot of interesting analysis ideas (that’s how we did it back then, sadly). Whenever I would hear or read of a new market […]

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