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Swami Aroon is Green indicates uptrends and red indicates downtrends. Like all Swami indicators, the bottom of the charts shows the shorter lookback periods and gives you an early signals, while the middle provides confirmation and the upper portion provides continuation. … Continue reading
As if I needed to remind anyone, the market has continued its violent sell-off since this past Thursday. Although not as predictive as some of the past indicators I’ve analyzed, Swami Volatility gives you a clearer picture of price volatility that can … Continue reading
Two days ago I blogged about a possible reversal in Apple (AAPL). You can read the post here. Today, fueled by economic concerns, the market has dropped over 2 percent taking Apple’s stock with it. At press time Apple is … Continue reading
Swami Predict is a momentum oscillator that measures the speed and change of price movements using advanced digital signal processing (DSP) filtering techniques. Green indicates a bullish condition, red indicates a bearish condition, and yellow is indeterminate. Swami Predict gives you … Continue reading
The Swami Market Mode indicator shows you whether a security is in trend mode or swing mode. Green indicates an uptrend and red indicates a downtrend while yellow indicates trading within a range (i.e., swing mode). This is just one of … Continue reading
It is easy to see the benefit to using SwamiCharts by comparing the functionality of Swami indicators with the originals. Take, for instance, the Swami RSI which displays upside price movements in green and downside price movements in red. Swami RSI is easier to interpret … Continue reading