A band plotted two standard deviations away from a simple moving average, developed by famous technical trader John Bollinger.
A volatility based 'envelope' indicator that measures the movement of stocks in relation to an upper and lower moving-average band.
Moving Average Envelopes are percentage-based envelopes set above and below a moving average.
Developed by Welles Wilder, the Parabolic SAR refers to a price-and-time-based trading system. Wilder called this the “Parabolic Time/Price System.” SAR stands for “stop and reverse,” which is the actual indicator used in the system. SAR trails price as the trend extends over time. The indicator is below prices when prices are rising and above prices when prices are falling. In this regard, the indicator stops and reverses when the price trend reverses and breaks above or below the indicator.
The Prices Channels indicator calculates the x period moving averages of the securities high and low values and plots these against the security prices.
The Weighted Close indicator is simply an average of each day's price. It gets its name from the fact that extra weight is given to the closing price.