A technical trader’s strategy is related to using indicators as a tool. It gives you better insight into price trends. Let’s discuss a few of them below.

Whether you are interested in FOREX TRADING, COMMODITIES TRADING or SHARE TRADING, it is useful to use the technical tools as a part of it. These are basically the mathematical calculators, which further help the traders to get know about the trends in the market by signals.

There are different types of indicators, named; leading or lagging indicators. A Leading indicator is a signal which shows future check and balance in price movements, whereas the lagging indicator looks at past trends and finds momentum.

Now let us explain them one by one within basic content:

**Moving Average (Ma):-**

It shows us a way to the current price trends and is also names as SIMPLE MOVING AVERAGE (SMA). Skipping the involvement of short

-term price hurdles. It gives us a single trend line by combining price points of financial devices and cuts it by a number of data points.

The data used is dependent upon the length of the MA. For example, 200 Days of data needs 200-day MA requires.

**Exponential Moving Average (Ema):**

Another kind of moving average. Unlike the SMA, Making data more concerned with new knowledge, it places a larger weight on new data points. When it used with other indicators, EMAs can help traders confirm market trends.

The most burning moving averages are 12 and 26 day EMAs for short-term averages, whereas the 50 and 200 days EMAs used as long-term trend indicators.

**Stochastic Oscillator**:

A stochastic oscillator is a type of indicator that compares the closing price of an asset to a range of that price time by time. This shows momentum and trend strengths. The scale which is used ranges from 0-100. The reading which we get below 20b shows an oversold market and the reading which is above 80 is the overbought market.

**Moving Average Convergence Divergence (Macd):**

It identifies the change in momentum by comparing two ongoing averages. It gives opportunities to the traders to figure out possible buy and sell ways.

‘CONVERGENCE’ means that two moving averages are coming together, whereas ‘DIVERGENCE’ means averages are moving away from each other. They both go side by side, if moving averages are converging it means momentum is decreasing and if moving averages are diverging this means momentum is increasing.

**Bollinger Bands:**

Bollinger bands give us the range within which the trends in going. The size of these bands increases and decreases to mirror the recent explosive. The closer bands are- the financial instrument is on lower explosives. Whereas the higher the bands, the higher the perceived volatility.

These bands are basically shown or give an alert about the trading which is out of trend and used to estimate long-term price movements. Continuity of going the bands out of range is overbought, and when it below the lower band, it might be oversold.

**Relative Strength Index (Rsi):**

RSI is mostly used to identify the momentum by traders, conditions and warning signals for alarming price ranges. RSI is detailed in figures between 0 and 100. The value around the 70 levels is mostly considered overbought, while the value near 30 is declared as oversold.

An overbought signal suggests that short-term captures may be at the point of maturity and values are into the price correction. Adding more about it, an oversold means that short-term falls heading towards maturity and values may be in for a demonstration.

**Fibonacci Retracement:**

Fibonacci retracement indicator that can figure out the range, by which the market is out of its fashion. A retracement occurs when the market experiences a transient dip.

Traders who always think the market is near to its next movement often use FIBONACCI retracement to strengthen it. This is only due to the fact that it shows rise and fall trends. This can also tell us where to stop and limit our self, or when to take a step into positions.

**Ichimoku Cloud:**

Like many other indicators, ICHIMOKU CLOUDS identifies support and resistance. Along with this it estimates price momentum and gives traders with signals to give ease in their decision making. This statement means “one-look equilibrium chart” – which is why this indicator is in use of the traders who get a lot of information from one chart.

STANDARD DEVIATION:

The type of indicator which is giving ease in measuring the size of price moves. Consequently, it identifies how explosive the effect will be in the future on prices. It is unable to estimate the ups and downs of the price ranges.

Standard deviation compares present price movements to historical price movements. Many of the traders believe that small price follows big price moves, and big price moves follow small price moves side by side.

**Average Directional Index (Adx):**

It explains the strength of the price trends. It is working on scale ranges from 0 and 100. On which reading above from 25 is considered a strong bond, and a number below from 25 is considered adrift. Traders get knowledge from this about the upward or downward trends.

ADX is all about moving average of the price range over 14 days, depending upon the occurrence of the traders prefer. Here to note the fact that it never shows price trends develop, it only figure out the strength of the trend.

Winding all the above-mentioned discussion, it is worthy to say that all these indicators are best for trading. I hope you get enough of your desired knowledge from this article.