
Average Directional Index (ADX)
Is used to decide if the price trend is strong.

Average Directional Movement Index Rating (ADXR)
Is a smoothed version of the ADX indicator. ADXR quantifies momentum change in the ADX.

Absolute Price Oscillator (APO)
Calculates the difference between two price moving averages.

Aroon Indicator (AROON)
Is used to identify if the price is trending. It can also spot the beginning of a new trend and its strength.

Aroon Oscillator (AROONOSC)
Uses classic Aroon(Aroon Up and Aroon down) to measure the strength of persisting trends and whether they will continue.

Balance of Power (BOP)
Measures the relative strength between buyers and sellers by assessing the ability of move price to an extreme level.

Commodity Channel Index (CCI)
Is a universal indicator that can help to identify new trends and assess current critical conditions.

Chande Momentum Oscillator (CMO)
Is used to show overbought and oversold conditions.

Coppock Curve (COPPOCK)
Is usually used to detect longterm trend changes, typically on monthly charts.

ConnorsRSI (CRSI)
Is used to show the oversold and overbought levels of the RSI values.

Directional Movement Index (DX)
Identifies which direction the price is moving.

Know Sure Thing (KST)
Calculates price momentum for four distinct price cycles(ROC).

Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)
Is a trend following momentum indicator, which works by subtracting the longer moving average from the shorter one. MACD has an unstable period ~ 100.

Moving Average Convergence Divergence Extended (MACDEXT)
Gives greater control over MACD input parameters. MACDEXT has an unstable period ~ 100.

Money Flow Index (MFI)
Is used to identify overbought and oversold levels in an asset. In some cases, it can be used to detect divergences, which might be a sign of upcoming trend changes.

Minus Directional Indicator (MINUS_DI)
Is a component of the Average Directional Index(ADX), and it measures the existence of downtrend.

Minus Directional Movement (MINUS_DM)
Is calculated as Previous Low  Low.

Momentum (MOM)
Compares the current price with the previous price N timeperiods ago.

Plus Directional Indicator (PLUS_DI)
Is a component of the Average Directional Index(ADX), and it measures the existence of uptrend.

Plus Directional Movement (PLUS_DM)
Is calculated as High  Previous High.

Percentage Price Oscillator (PPO)
Shows the relationship between two Moving Averages(MA) as a percentage.

Rate of change (ROC)
Calculates the rate of change between the current price and price n timeperiods ago. Formula: ((price / prevPrice)  1) * 100.

Rate of change percentage (ROCP)
Calculates the rate of change in % between the current price and price n timeperiods ago. Formula: (price  prevPrice) / prevPrice.

Rate of change ratio (ROCR)
Calculates the ratio between the current price and price n timeperiods ago. Formula: (price / prevPrice).

Rate of change ratio 100 scale (ROCR100)
Calculates the ratio with 100 scale between the current price and price n timeperiods ago. Formula: (price / prevPrice) * 100.

Relative Strength Index (RSI)
Is a momentum indicator, which calculates the magnitude of a price change to assess the overbought and oversold conditions in the price of an asset.

Stochastic Oscillator (STOCH)
Is used to decide if the price trend is strong.

Stochastic Fast (STOCHF)
Is more sensitive to price changes; therefore, it changes direction more quickly.

Stochastic RSI (STOCHRSI)
As an independent indicator takes advantage of the STOCH and RSI indicators. It is used to determine overbought and oversold levels, as well as current market trends for an asset.

Ultimate Oscillator (ULTOSC)
Takes into account three different time periods to enhance the quality of overbought and oversold signals.

Williams %R (WILLR)
Calculates overbought and oversold levels. It can also be used to find entry and exit signals.