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Ease of Movement: Developed by Richard Arms, this is a momentum indicator that measures the changes in the price in relation to its volume. The indicator is used to gauge how much volume is required to move the prices. A crossover above the zero line gives a buy signal whereas a crossover below the zero line gives a sell signal.

 

Elliott Wave Theory: Developed by Ralph Nelson Elliott, the theory suggests that the movement of the market can be predicted by an analysis that is based on repetitive wave patterns and the Fibonacci number sequence. An ideal Elliott wave pattern shows a five-wave advance followed by a three-wave decline.

 

Envelopes: Envelopes are formed by plotting lines as bands placed at a fixed percentage above and below a moving average line. A sell signal is generated when the price reaches the upper band whereas a buy signal is generated when the price reaches the lower band.

 

Exhaustion gap: A price gap that occurs at the end of a trend that signals that a trend is ending.

 

Exponential moving average: A moving average that uses all the data points but gives greater weight to the more recent data.

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