Basics of OscillatorsTechnical Analysis
Oscillators fluctuate between levels or in relation to a centerline. If centered, they fluctuate above and below a central line. These lines are best for analyzing and identifying strength or direction of price movement. If banded they fluctuate above and below two lines marking “extreme” points. These are typically overbought or oversold lines.
Oscillators do best in the non-trending market, and perform poorly in trending markets. If using them in a trend, use them carefully: Look for oversold, positive divergence, and bullish crosses in uptrends for long buys. Look for overbought, negative divergence, and bearish crosses in downtrends for short sales. Never trade against the trend or forget the trend because of an oscillator.
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