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  Williams' Percent Range    
 
RSI
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Momentum
CCI
Chaikin Oscillator
Aroon Oscillator
Williams' %R
MFI
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TMF
Ultimate Oscillator
Rate Of Change
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Awesome Oscillator
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STC
RMI
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SMA of RSI
EMA of RSI
Oscillators are useful for identifying short-term movements. They determine turning points useful in identifying buy/sell opportunities.
Williams' %R   Action
 Wm%R(3), Bullish    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 Wm%R(7), Bullish    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 Wm%R(13), Bullish    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 Wm%R(26), Bullish    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 Wm%R(50), Bullish    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 Wm%R(3), Bearish    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 Wm%R(7), Bearish    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 Wm%R(13), Bearish    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 Wm%R(26), Bearish    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   
 Wm%R(50), Bearish    Customize Screen    Backtest Screen    Create Strategy and Backtest    Trade Alert   

Education Williams' %R - Technical Analysis from A to Z
Williams' %R is a momentum indicator that measures overbought/oversold levels. Williams' %R was developed by Larry Williams. As with all overbought/oversold indicators, it is best to wait for the security's price to change direction before placing your trades. For example, if an overbought/oversold indicator (such as the Stochastic Oscillator or Williams' %R) is showing an overbought condition, it is wise to wait for the security's price to turn down before selling the security. Learn more




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